Exhibition of watches, jewelry and visual arts - everything the exhibitor needs to know
The exhibition of watches, jewelry and visual art constitutes always an interesting and ideal opportunity for every practitioner to show off his work and make precious contacts with key people. Every year the largest merchants and designers of jewelry-watches-gift-ceramics are looking for the largest exhibitions to display their merchandise (jewelry-watches-gift-ceramics).
For the visitor, the exhibition is a delightful environment where everyone can understand and familiarize with the culture of each exhibitor and decide on potential collaborations.
For the exhibitor, however, the situation is a little bit more complicated. In an exhibition of watch, jewelry, and visual art, the exhibitor should be aware of both his responsibilities and the benefits to be given to him. By reading this valuable guide, each exhibitor can be fully prepared, making the most of this opportunity.
What the exhibitor should do
In an exhibition of watches, jewelry and visual arts, a pivotal role will be played by setting up the pavilion, so as to make it as appealing to visitors as possible. Hence, the exhibitor has the chance to form his kiosk in the previous days of the exhibition, as he desires.
The jewelry-watches-giftware-ceramics chosen by the exhibitor must be in accordance with the organizing company’s application form. In addition, after the exhibition is completed, the exhibitor should gather his jewelry-watches-gift-ceramics within 6 hours, thus securing his products.
Undoubtedly, all merchants and designers of jewelry-watches-giftware-ceramics, as well as exhibitors want the greatest possible promotion in an exhibition of watch, jewelry and visual art.Hence, we've gathered the most crucial tips you need before you join, which will greatly help to promote your products.
# 1 Devote time. Depending on the topic dealt with the exhibition, an integrated kiosk requires the right preparation by you. To do it properly, you may need even 6 months.
# 2 The first impression. Create a pleasant pavilion in which the visitor feels welcome. Listen him carefully and try to develop your conversation by avoiding closed-ended questions.
# 3 Staffing. Be sure that your kiosk is always staffed with pleasant and experienced staff.Also, try to maintain a balance between the participation of both sexes as representatives of your pavilion.
# 4 Dress code. Consult in advancewith each partner for a pleasant, carefree and harmonious look of all of you.
# 5 Meeting with other exhibitors. Walk around the exhibitiontalk to other exhibitors and generally 'promote' yourself as well. Do not stand throughout the exhibition in your pavilion.
# 6 Create head turning points. Monitors with vivid colors, messages in the kiosk floor and enjoyable product rotation will make guests turning their head towards you.
Remember that professionals have come to listen, learn and make partnerships. From your side, the management of your team and your kiosk will ensure you many new contacts and collaborations.
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