InfoComm Profiles: Why Do You Go Or Why Do You Show?
May 26, 2015 by Dave Haynes
I had maybe 20 or so companies take up my offer for free blog love and promotion ahead of DSE in March, the companies answering a set of questions about what attendees should expect to see at their booth. I’m stumped as to why more people wouldn’t take that up, but …
Last week I was asked by a couple of different companies about doing something similar for InfoComm, which is coming up quickly in mid-June in muggy Orlando, Florida. So I thought I’d give this another crack.
I’m offering up two things:
1 – If you have a booth, why should people come by …
2 – If you are there as an attendee, what are you looking for and why …
Here’s the questions for each, and you can email responses to me at dave AT sixteen-nine.net
I’ll need pix and/or logos to illustrate the post. There’s no charge.
1 -Why do people going to InfoComm need to put your company on their Must See list of booths?
2 – What’s your big marketing message to attendees, and what’s it all about?
3 – What’s the ideal profile of attendees walking into your booth?
4 – How has the digital signage business changed for your company in the past 12-24 months, if it has?
5 – Any advice for first-time attendees?
1 – How many years have you been going to InfoComm?
2 – What are you looking for when you go?
3 – Do you just walk the floor or do you hit any education sessions?
4 – What are the biggest changes you’ve seen in the industry, and where do you see things going?
5 – Do you prefer Orlando or Vegas?
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