EDPA California is hosting an online meeting this Thursday, Oct. 15, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., with Candy Adams, known throughout the exhibit industry as “The Booth Mom®” on “Pivoting to Virtual: the Good, the Bad & the Ugly.”
The hour-long discussion with Adams will discuss the “new normal” of tradeshow exhibiting (virtual, digital, remote or online) and how to learn the best practices to pivot to it? What training is available right now for event industry professionals to make the transition without a steep learning curve, and what will be coming soon? And find out what publications have the most helpful articles to navigate the virtual event maze and best resources for understanding platforms.
Bonus: Get Candy’s candid opinion of her first virtual exhibit last week at NECA LIVE 2020 (that wasn’t live or even hybrid…) and hear her takeaways for next time.
To register for the event, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/edpa-california-online-meeting-with-guest-speaker-candy-adams-tickets-125040331999
Adams, known throughout the exhibit industry as “The Booth Mom®,” is a hands-on exhibit project manager who’s earned six industry certifications and has more than 495 shows under her belt. As an accomplished veteran exhibit marketing consultant and exhibit staff “boothmanship” and exhibit management trainer, she specializes in sharing her knowledge and experience to guide rookies and inbound international exhibitors through the tradeshow maze, assuring they maximize their return on investment while cutting exhibiting costs. A prolific award-winning writer and trainer on exhibiting best practices, she’s published more than 400 articles and blogs and trained tens of thousands of exhibit managers on all aspects of tradeshow exhibit management in her 29-year career. For more info, visit www.BoothMom.com.
The mission of the EDPA is to advance the interests of members engaged in the design, production and service of exhibits, events and experiential environments. The success and integrity of the industry is enhanced through advocacy, communication, education and good works. For more info, visit www.edpa.com.