I share three Vendor Show tips of what i feel is the most important but often overlooked things a person should do when they are presenting their company and their products.
My Three MAIN Vendor Show Tips are:
3. Be Polite
I have been selling my It Works Global products for many years on the vendor show circuit and everyone will have their "tricks of the trade" but I feel the THREE MOST IMPORTANT vendor show tips are the ones I have shared above. It doesn't matter how much money you put into a display, how shiny or fancy your products are, or what price you sell them for. If you do the three things listed above, you will make a great impression and not only will you stand out, your products will also stand out by relation at any vendor show or craft show.
As an added bonus, I found this Pinterest page (not mine) that might be of some use. If you feel it is, let me know. If you don't like it, let me know that too.
Vendor Show Booth Pinterest Pages
I would also like you to share if you feel what I talk about - stand, smile and be polite - are three of the most important parts of being in a vendor show or if you have your own top three list. No one is right or wrong, but would love some other suggestions and discussions.
As a side note, I would also like to hear your personal triumph or failure (and how you plan to avoid doing that in the future) vendor show stories. I have found that being a part of vendor shows is like being a part of a close knit community of friends - when done right and we should all learn and grow from each other's good and bad points.
Take care and God Bless you all.