Develop and Align Event Strategy to Your Business Priorities
March 6, 10 AM
With Dax Callner, strategist and experiential planning team leader for Jack Morton Worldwide
Hewlett-Packard Measurement Case Study
March 7, 3:45 PM
With Glenda Brungardt, CTSM, who is on the team responsible for trade shows and events for HP America's Consumer Segment Marketing.
Using Surveys to Measure Your Performance in Trade Shows and Events
March 5, 10 AM
March 8, 10 AM
Selecting the Right Shows: The Critical Decision
March 6, 10 AM
March 7, 10 AM
You Know What to Measure - But How Do You Actually Measure It?
March 6, 8 AM
In booth 1531, Exhibit Surveys, Inc. will showcase its research, measurement and consulting solutions, and demonstrate how you can stay ahead of the competition by making informed investment decisions, while securing your budget, delivering ROI and value, and identifying strengths and weaknesses.
Hours: March 5 – March 7, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Mandalay Bay South Convention Center
3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89119
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About Exhibit Surveys, Inc.
Established in 1963, Exhibit Surveys, Inc. specializes exclusively in conducting award-winning research, measurement and strategic consulting for the exhibition and event marketing industry. The company has conducted primary research on more than 5,000 exhibitions and events and over 10,000 individual exhibits in all major segments of commerce on six continents. Its clients represent all segments of the event industry, including exhibition organizers, exhibitors, private event organizers, suppliers, CVBs and convention facilities. For more information, follow Exhibit Surveys on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and visit (www.exhibitsurveys.com)
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