My training programs are designed to help you maximize your face-to-face marketing efforts by taking a look at all the Beyond the Booth aspects mentioned previously, as well as Working the Show. By endeavoring to understand your specific needs and challenges, I can custom tailor your training session to focus on the areas that you and your team struggle with.
This 1.5 to 2 hour session is a perfect start to get your event and trade show team on the same page. With a focus on Working the Show, your team will learn best practices and I will facilitate discussion to develop a strategy for qualifying attendees.
Building upon the Mini Seminar, the half-day program goes into more depth and touches on Goal Setting, Pre-Show and Post-Show activities.
One- Day Program
My full day program can be comprised of all the subjects listed on the Training Topics page and includes facilitation of discussion as well as role playing so your team gets to practice techniques and methods learned. This can be customized according to your specific needs.
The two-day program is a comprehensive session covering all training topics with special focus where you need it most. Breakout sessions for different team members are incorporated to maximize learning in all areas, and role playing is included to practice techniques and methods learned.
Rarely are any two training sessions alike, most companies and groups have specific challenges to focus on. In addition, the one-day and two-day programs can include breakout sessions for different team members. For example:
- a breakout is a great way to train team members handling logistics that
salespeople need not be involved in.
- exhibit design consultation can be held for the management team only.
- training can take place at your office, or in the city of your next event on
the day prior to the event.
Training fees are based on your needs and training goals, the training location, and number of team members involved. Call me today or complete the contact form to receive a free proposal and let’s get started!