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How to Attract Visitors to Your Trade Show Booth: Geo Edition

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Tuesday, July 23rd 2013


Everyone who attends a geospatial conference probably spends some time on the exhibit hall floor walking the aisles and looking for swag (stuff we all get) to take home. The exhibitors are looking to renew and create relationships to enhance their bottom lines. What can they do to draw in visitors and start a conversation that might lead to future business?

Show Notes

Join us for the .Map Conference to discuss the business of maps. September 8-10 in Cambridge, MA.

 

Show Notes

Nine Ways to Get More Out of the Esri International User Conference - Directions Magazine
What I Learned on the GIS Solutions Expo - All Points Blog
Indoor Tracking App from GISi Makes Debut at Esri UC - Directions Magazine
TerraGo Location Intelligence Reports
SASĀ® Visual Analytics
Wiser Company


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