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Risk Management Workshop

Risk management is currently one of the most discussed topics. Hence being flexible is key to fill the vacuum with intelligent and professional solutions. But what measures need to be taken to win over the planned leads despite all this? What are the alternatives to a trade fair appearance? And what do I do if my service provider becomes insolvent? These and other questions are currently of great significance.

Workshop Brand-Home

The technique of storytelling has become an integral part of marketing today. Those who choose stories as a form of expression can better anchor their messages in the memory of the recipients. But without the knowledge of the home of a brand or product, it is difficult to establish a story.

EuroShop in Düsseldorf

As a platform for all trade fair decision-makers and trade fair organisers, EuroShop 2020 in Düsseldorf provides the ideal setting for finding out about and discussing the latest trends, visions and innovations in the trade fair industry. For five days we literately let a monkey dance and showed with symbols such as an iceberg and hummingbird that two hearts beat in our chest: »We guarantee trade fair success« and »We design space and time«.

 

EuroShop in Düsseldorf

As a platform for all trade fair decision-makers and trade fair organisers, EuroShop 2020 in Düsseldorf offers the ideal setting for obtaining information and discussing the latest trends, visions and innovations in the trade fair sector. We are there - you too?

Online-training for exhibitions

Since September 2019, we have been one of the first providers offering interactive video-seminars for team preparation for exhibitions. The video-seminars are particularly suitable as a location-independent supplement to live-trainings or as a refresher for teams that have already completed some form of exhibition training.

Screening in difficult markets

In a highly competitive market of dental information systems, every contact with lead potential counts. One aspect is easily overlooked in the internationalisation of trade fairs in Germany: Some customers only operate in their domestic markets due to licensing conditions. For those customers it is becoming increasingly difficult to filter out potential new customers from the multilingual stream of visitors.