Trade Stands


Hewlett Packard:

“… extremely professional both in
terms of his magic and of his
very positive contribution to the
effectiveness of our stand”



Blue Chip companies
to small exhibitors:
Generate more leads and
increase the return on your
exhibition investment




CeBit 2006, Hannover, Germany

INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS
OF YOUR TRADE STAND

The two principal reasons for investing in an exhibition are to communicate your message to as many visitors as possible and to generate as many leads as possible. In both cases, I can significantly increase the effectiveness of this to improve the return on your investment.

My presentations provide a highly visual and interesting medium and may be used as a very effective vehicle for communicating product or services information.

You are guaranteed to attract more visitors and stop delegates who might otherwise walked straight past. Not only will I attract far more traffic to your stand, the flow of visitors may be regulated in manageable groups who may be held for as long or short a time as necessary until they may be smoothly handed over to your sales staff.

More visitors to your stand means more contact details or business cards collected. If desirable, with an apparently very fair process, branded merchandise or ‘prizes’ may be controlled to ensure that they only go to your most important visitors.

With a professional, technical background, I would be entirely comfortable if high profile clients wanted to hire me as simply an extra representative to openly talk to their trade stand visitors and to hold them until the appropriate salesperson became available without me even having to perform. This moves me from being simply an entertainer to being a valuable extension to your sales team.

Many advantages

  • Increase the number of vistors to your stand
  • Communicate USPs and key bullet points
  • Collect more contact details or business cards
  • Increase the return on your investment

Vosper Thornycroft:

… provided us with many benefits
we hadn’t even considered

NEC 2006, Birmingham UK

Kenwood Corporation:

“… we certainly gained far more
new contacts than we would have
done without your being there”