Tradeshow Week editors take a look at the individuals at the top of the class in the for-profit (non-association events) side of the events industry.
Hosted buyer programs, which group together prequalified buyers and sellers in an intimate, often upscale setting, are gaining traction with many show organizers looking to get face time for exhibitors with those C-level executives who might not hit a show floor...
Three principles of delivering exceptional exhibitor service, based on our interview with Scott Goldman of Eaton Hall Exhibitions. Also linked here.
"Besides the quality of the participants, DesignShare was intrigued by the Expo’s ability to bring together passionate manufacturers as well as key design thought leaders, while most conferences tend to lean one way or the other. Scott Goldman and team have a knack for being entrepreneurial and inspired."
At Eaton Hall Exhibitions, the focus is on service to clients, whether they're world-class companies like General Electric, Honeywell, or Siemens, or small entrepreneurs looking to make a splash in a crowded marketplace.
JD Events acquired School Building Expo from Eaton Hall Exhibitions in late July, adding the event to a portfolio that includes a similar show in the healthcare sector. Eaton Hall Exhibitions President Scott Goldman said his company will focus on its hosted buyer events.
Attendance at last month's Food Safety Summit in Washington D.C. jumped by a staggering 34 per cent.