Provide a Checklist of What Staff Should Do in the Exhibit Booth
Whether you are planning for trade show exhibits, event marketers attend trade shows for lead generation and brand management purposes.
Event planners are sometimes asked to manage a trade show booth, and they can help enhance the investment by sharing some trade show etiquette rules
If seats are needed, use tall directors chairs create contact at standing eye level.
This is part of greetings and body language, but unfortunately deserves its own category. One of the most common trade show booth etiquette violations occurs when food and drink is kept within the booth for personal consumption.
It is easy to spot napkins, table covers, plastic bottles and other items that are not part of the booth. It may sound elementary, but do remind booth staff to avoid eating, drinking and chewing gum within the booth.
Trade show staff is usually responsible for booth setup, and they should arrive early enough to make sure that all materials are properly displayed and ready for show attendees. Staff adequately to allow attendees easy access to staff, and to consider needs for lunch and/or other breaks.
It is important that the space appear well maintained at all times (including the floor), and trash should not be anywhere within view. Trade show etiquette requests that workers be mindful of this rule throughout the entire day.