SEMA Exhibitors: Do you have a success story involving your company's experience at the SEMA Show?
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Key Services and Suppliers for a Successful Trade-Show Booth
With the 2012 SEMA Show mere months away, smart exhibitors are already contemplating their booth spaces. They know that a booth’s branding, contents and arrangement all contribute massively to their ability to attract buyers, acquire new leads and have a successful Show. However, first-time exhibitors (and maybe a few returnees, as well) may be scratching their heads over booth essentials—the fixtures and services that can make or break their return on investment.
More than 1,700 exhibitors have demonstrated confidence in the 2012 SEMA Show
by confirming booth space for the world's premier automotive trade show, taking
place October 30-November 2, in Las Vegas, Nevada. These exhibitors will select
their locations on the Show floor through the Priority Space Selection process
beginning the end of May.
With about 200 days to
go before the 2012 SEMA Show, exhibitors are poised to make a strong and
lasting presence at the annual event taking place Tuesday-Friday, October
30-November 2, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Applications are now available to exhibit at the 2012 SEMA Show, the premier
automotive trade event where manufacturers of specialty parts and accessories
connect face-to-face with more than 60,000 quality buyers from throughout the
world. The application, also called the Exhibitor Space Rental Agreement
(ESRA), is available at www.semashow.com/buyabooth.
Manufacturers may now sign up at www.semashow.com/exhibitor-summit
to attend the third annual SEMA Show Exhibitor Education Summit, taking place
April 2-4, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Presented by Show staff who know
first-hand how to best navigate the SEMA Show, the Exhibitor Education Summit
is an intensive program designed to connect exhibitors with key individuals and
provide participants with up-to-the-minute insights into the Show.
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Exhibiting at the SEMA Show for the first time needn’t be overwhelming. With a little research and preplanning, any manufacturer—regardless of size or experience—can create an effective, sales-producing strategy and leave the Show with orders in hand and leads to pursue.
When the SEMA Show convenes at the Las Vegas Convention Center November 1–4, 2011, a new area devoted to First-Time and Featured Exhibitors will be housed on the east side of the South Hall’s upper level, and a full 80% of the hundreds of booths in that area will represent first-time exhibitors. The following list of 15 tips is intended to help those first-timers optimize their planning and increase their chances for the most successful SEMA Show possible. And they are also excellent reminders for veterans of SEMA Shows past.