Exclusively Electrical Trade Show is back to the Business Design Centre, London, UK. Year-on-year it is organized for the companies within the industry to showcase and demonstrate their latest products and services and test the newest market trends.
The trade show not only serves as a business platform to showcase their products to potential customers but they can also get a sneak peek at what the competition is working on.
However, if you are new to attending such trade shows, this space is for you to read. Here is a quick checklist that you can follow before or while attending the two-day Exclusively Electrical Trade Show starting from 09 June 2020.
Do not spend too much time with people you already know
We have noticed that most people just revert the warmth of hanging out with people they already know, thereby missing an opportunity to explore new contacts. Hanging out with your co-workers is the last thing which you would want to do in a trade show.
Trade shows are all about showcasing new products, corporate, meeting new people and explore new avenues.
Plot out which companies you want to see, where they are located as well as educational sessions you plan to attend.
For example, Altius Technologies will be waiting to showcase its digital marketing solutions for the interests participants of the trade show. Now that you have noted down the purpose of your visit, you can reach out to the specific stalls.
Getting acquaintance with the layout and hours of the show will help you a lot. Also, if the show format allows you to make a prior appointment with the exhibitors, you should not miss it. It helps speed things along.
Staying shy doesn’t help
Trade shows are all about networking. Everyone is there to meet new people. The showcase of one’s interpersonal communication skills is very important here.
You may prepare a few opening lines to break the ice. An appropriate suggestion would be to simply ask a person, “What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen at the show?”
For a long day ahead, we recommend you to dress comfortably yet look professional. We recommend you not to wear new shoes!
To visit multiple stalls, keep walking for a long time and finally unable to pay attention to any conversation as your feet hurts is the least you would want to experience.
Follow on Social Media
If you are active on popular social media platforms, you can follow the trade show’s hashtag, join the LinkedIn Group, etc. It will help you with a brief idea of what you can expect from the upcoming trade show.
Finally, carry a water bottle along with you. Staying hydrated will keep you active., thereby pay more attention while visiting multiple stalls and interacting with several business executives.
Exclusively Electrical Trade Show is being conducted alongside the Houseware show at Business Development Centre, London, UK on 09 June 2020 and 10 June 2020.