You need to plan ahead by carefully looking at the venue and going through past similar tradeshows in order to gather the necessary knowledge that you would need in setting up your booth. You need to read surveys and reviews from previous tradeshows to get to know what are the do’s and don’ts that you should be aware of before you start going ballistic with your setup. There are many websites on the internet that provide a lot of useful information and tips about tradeshow tent setups that could save you a lot of hassle and trouble.
When you are in the market looking for your canopy tradeshow tent, try reading trade show tent review to get an idea of what to expect and what to purchase from the market. One of the essential things to have on your tradeshow tent floor plan is a photographer. Remember, you are not only trying to do the best setup, you are trying to get as large of a crowd as possible. To witness your success and to tell a story to clients and to use it for future marketing campaigns, what better way to capture it, than to have a professional take some scintillating snaps? You could also have a time lapse video or a promo shot with the same photographer or a videographer to capture highlights from the event. You could also be shooting a behind the scene video showing everything and all the events that led up to the final tradeshow day. Usually this kind of footage bring up the interest in the audience who feel more connected to you and your business as they witness your journey leading up to the event night.
Try and be as cordial and friendly with your audience and interact with them as much as possible. You never know what kind of future business you would be able to get from any of the attendees.