Tag: Events

Expo! Expo! is the “Show for Shows”

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, August 2015 Edition As we have learned from the Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR), the exhibitions and events industry comprises a $70 billion industry in the United States […]

Public Events Council Spotlight Bob Morgan

IAEE sat down with Bob Morgan, General Manager of the Dulles Expo Center to learn more about his industry experience and his unique perspective of the Public Events/Consumer Shows segment of the exhibition industry. Bob […]

What Makes a Good Entry – Art of the Show Insider Tip #3

IAEE’s Art of the Show Competition celebrates outstanding promotion of exhibitions and events in 15 categories, including Email Promotion and Exhibit Sales Brochure/Prospectus. These elements comprise a well-rounded marketing plan, but what makes them so […]

Three Reasons a2z Loves to Exhibit at IAEE’s Expo! Expo!

As the fall season approaches every year, a2z’s events team kicks into high gear in preparation for one of the most prestigious events for the trade show industry in North America – IAEE’s Expo! Expo! […]

The MATSO Perspective…

By Camille Stern, SVP Strategic Account Management, SPARGO, Inc. 200,000 sq.ft. of exhibit space sounds like a lot of space. To some show organizers, it is. To others, this is simply walking away from the […]

What Makes a Good Entry – Art of the Show Insider Tip #2

IAEE’s Art of the Show Competition celebrates outstanding promotion of exhibitions and events in 15 categories, including Brand Design/Development and Convention Center Promotion. These elements comprise a well-rounded marketing plan, but what makes them so […]

What Makes a Good Entry – Art of the Show Insider Tips #1

IAEE’s Art of the Show Competition celebrates outstanding promotion of exhibitions and events in 15 categories, including Attendance Promotion Brochure and Attendance Promotion Campaign. These elements comprise a well-rounded marketing plan, but what makes them […]

During Expo! Expo! be Charmed by Charm City’s Restaurant Scene

 Kit Waskom Pollard writes about restaurants, food and other things that make Baltimore great, for numerous publications, including the Baltimore Sun and Baltimore’s Child, and on her blog Mango & Ginger (www.mangoandginger.blogspot.com). Historically, Charm City […]

Someone Just Stole Your Money

By Jack Buttine with Buttine Insurance Someone Just Stole Your Money That’s what Crime Insurance is supposed to protect against… everyone says this cannot happen to me … but it absolutely can. Insurance only covers […]

The World would be a Boring Place without Marketers

Nicole Bowman, MBA, VP of Marketing & Communications, IAEE I love marketing and design. I have been doing this for upwards of 20 years and it never gets old. As my husband said to me […]