Seminar: Successful Trade Show Marketing Strategies


  • Do you know the easiest way to save $250 - $500 at your next show?
  • What is the most important thing an exhibit staffer can do in preparation to work the booth?
  • Other than leaving it at home, what’s the best way to get the most out of literature in the exhibit?
If you struggled with any of these question - this seminar is for you.

Successful Trade Show Marketing Strategies
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
9am - Noon
Skyline IDC in Eagan
Bagels & beverages will be served

If you answered with no problem - come and share your experience. This session will challenge current practices and future plans for your trade shows. We'll help you transform what many only see as trade show expenses into marketing investments.

We will be covering the following issues:

  • Exhibit Design on Purpose
  • Your Personal Pre-Show Plan
  • 4-Steps to Managing the “In-Booth Experience”
  • Leveraging Literature, Pens & Fish-Bowls
This seminar is never the same. Your participation keeps the discussion current and relevant. If you’ve attended before, join us again and bring a friend.

REGISTER TODAY! Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn something new. The bagels will be fresh and the coffee (along with the conversation) will be hot!

Seminar Details

Seminar Date & Time

Tuesday, November 9, 2016
9:00am - Noon
Bagels & beverages will be served

Seminar Location

Skyline Exhibits IDC
3355 Discovery Road
Eagan, MN 55121 [Map]

Your Presenter: Mike Mraz

Mike Mraz is a Minneapolis based Trade Show Strategist. Throughout his 30 plus years of Sales & Marketing experience, he has had both a passion for learning and a desire to share what he has learned along the way.

Register Online Today!

Interested in attending? Complete the form and we will save you a seat. If you have any questions or prefer to register by telephone, contact Julie Fredricks at (952) 895-6000.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
9:00am - 12:00pm
Skyline Exhibits International Design Center
Eagan, MN

Seating is limited. First come, first serve.