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If you're looking to reach key buyers and decision makers representing the private sector, public sector/municipalities and waste generators, waste processors, dealers/distributors, and all other segments of the industry, then WasteExpo is the only event you need to exhibit at!
1. Utilize the Exhibitor Console*
Each exhibitor has access to an exhibitor console on the event website. Your console is a personalized tool you can use to access all of the information you will need to plan for the event. The console will be fully active approximately 5 months pre-event and includes:
*The password for your console as well as a link to the console is listed on the invoice you received for your booth contract. If you have any issues accessing your console contact your Client Service Specialist
2. Read the Service Kit
It is important to read the entire Exhibitor Service Kit thoroughly. Below are the documents we recommend starting with. Click here to log into your console. Then select the Exhibitor Services Kit tab.
3. Know the important dates and deadlines
Set calendar appointments for order discount deadline, booth approval form deadline and registration deadline to ensure you are saving money and have a smooth set up. All dates can be found in the Critical Dates Checklist in your Exhibitor Services Kit and on the homepage of your ESK under the Important Dates and Deadlines section.
4. Know who to contact
We are here to assist you, know who to contact when you need assistance.
5. Train your booth staff
The best way to maximize your success at any event is to have a fully trained and engaged booth staff. Attendees have expectations when they come to your booth. Below are some tips to get started:
Be memorable & enthusiastic
6. Put together a trade show survival kit
Include the kit in your freight or checked bag including:
7. Plan for move out
Move out is often one of these most confusing and overlooked parts of trade show management. Each facility, contractor, and show comes with their own unique move out challenges. Here are a few notes to get you started:
Be sure to read through the Move-Out information located in your Exhibitor Service Kit for more tips on move out.
8. Additional Tips