What is your target audience? Who are your customers? What do you want to tell them? What actions you expect from them? Here are questions to which answers are coordinating your next steps. 3. Exhibition stand does not meet corporate objectives. Exhibition stand – this is information that represents a company, what it does and how it is successful. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from PayNet. It does not matter, it's a big company or not, most importantly, follow the plan and the marketing objectives of participation in the exhibition. This requires each company's consistency and logic in action, clarity, full concentration on the exhibition schedule, before, during and after the show.

Your purpose – to attract potential buyers and create movement in your booth. Create a public friendly, a warm atmosphere at the stand. It is important to be focused and attentive to formulate a message to visitors that they will have full impact. Create a unique and attractive design, after all, one picture a thousand words, and save users from having to spend their precious time to read the booklets. The way you present yourself at the show, is crucial for achieving the marketing goals. Engage in product presentation as much as possible channels of perception. This is a guarantee that your booth will notice and remember after the show. 4. The call to visit the stand – does not work. Whichever way you move or chosen, whether direct mail, advertising, PR, sponsorship, or online resources, you must be sure that telling compelling reasons calling for this visit your booth.