It all boils down to the basics. Lack of attention to the smallest detail can torpedo an otherwise successful event. CDL knows what questions to ask.
The Center for Exhibition Industry Research reports its trade show “Total Index” grew 1.8% during the first quarter of 2018, lagging behind the overall economy. The Index reflects revenue, square feet of exhibit space, attendance and number of exhibitors. READ MORE
Answer lies in discarding work habits that no longer work and embracing new ideas that integrate personal and professional aspirations and goals. (Same applies to attendees at events!) READ MORE
What Do Millennials Really Want from Brands?
Nearly 800 respondents under age 35 participated in in a recent survey on the effect of brand communications before, during, and after an event. Find out what they said:
8 Apps to Help Prepare Speakers for in-booth presentations and keynote speeches
Brain farts, filler words, stage fright, and speed talking can all turn an otherwise brilliant script into a spectacular failure. Help presenters hone and practice their performances. There’s even an app for people for whom English is not their first language.
Always Adopt the Attendees' Point of View
What makes a meeting truly stand out from others? It’s not necessarily how much money was spent, but how many memorable moments an attendee recalls. Conduct a “sensory exposure audit” of what attendees will experience throughout the event.
How to Tell When Your Exhibit is Past Its Expiration Date
A panel of industry experts discusses how to know when your exhibit’s past its prime and what to do about it. (The general rule is 3 to 5 years, but there are exceptions.) Evaluate finances, scrutinize your existing booth and run the numbers -- Read more about the steps you can take to make an accurate and educated decision in regards...
Thank You for 19 Fantastic Years!
Wow! It’s hard to believe Corporate Dimensions is celebrating our 19th Anniversary in Event Marketing. It seems like just yesterday when we opened our doors for the first time and began our incredible journey.
Hotel contracts are intimidating. They’re designed that way. Think about it from the hotel’s point of view. The contract covers base fees, and everything over and above what’s agreed upon are “extras.” The hotel makes more money from all those extras … even as they drive your budget into the stratosphere.