Trade Show Training

Trade show training

Save time and $$$ with a smarter plan of attack

Generate highly qualified leads before, during and after the event

Celebrate a far higher ROI than ever before

Get ready for your 2024 Trade Shows with this Masterclass in Exhibiting

(New sessions launched)

Exhibitor Success Webinars

Session 1

When: February 2nd 2024

Time: 10:00am

What you will learn

Set goals – Absolutely imperative to your success
Promote your stand – Get on the visitor hitlist
Stand set-up – Tips on making it attractive and interactive
Visitor engagement – Greeting and dealing with visitors
Get your team ready – Give them buy in, ensure they know why you are there
Lead qualification – Good questioning and evaluating of leads
Lead capture/Follow-up – Getting the important information and owning the follow-up

Price: These very informative sessions are $145 + GST

For those early birds, you can enter the code 20OFFEARLY for a $20 discount.….and we cover the booking fees so you won’t get that nasty little rip-off at the end.

Duration: 90 minutes in length and then I will stay on for as long as you need to answer any extra queries (Cannot go past Christmas!)




The simplest way to describe a trade show is a place for buyers to meet sellers. However, in many respects trade shows are a marketplace all to themselves, and definitely have their own language. Custom-built or shell scheme? Walk on package? PLI? Stand location? Sponsorship? A seemingly straightforward show can quickly become daunting to even seasoned exhibitors, let alone those trying this medium for the first time.

At Trade Show Training, we start by listening to you, and understanding your goals and your concerns; your strengths and your opportunities. Every business is different and every exhibitor is as well. We want your experience to be the best possible representation of you and your products.

We offer a range of services tailored to your needs. Call us on 0431 334 856 for a no-obligation chat about how we can help you get the best out of trade shows.