What do locks, Emergen-C packets and zip ties have in common?

What do locks, Emergen-C packets and zip ties have in common?

Brittany Doyle, CMP

They should all be at your booth! We recommend solving a problem before there is one. Start putting aside materials for an onsite booth kit early because, really, you never know what could come up. It is all about organization, and we are here to help! Be sure to read through our NAB Show Prep & Packing List for tips and tricks. 

Once onsite, start taking notes. Chances are, once you leave the show, you will have already forgotten the changes you wanted to make for next year. If you can, schedule a team debrief at the close of the Show to talk through what went well and what needs more attention next year. By keeping detailed notes throughout the Show, you will improve your exhibiting experience in the future.

Our last bit of advice is to not worry! Every exhibitor is in the same position, so make friends with your neighboring booths and take advantage of the expertise of your dedicated Exhibitor Advisory Committee representative.

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