After you've secured your booth space for Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, you may be wondering what's next? Here's are some ideas to help spread the word about your participation in the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo this year.
Some of these ideas may seem pretty basic, and many are quick, easy to implement and won't cost you a thing. By creating and following a trade show strategy prior to the show NOW, you can generate tremendous ROI by securing a wealth of new business leads.
Download the Greenbuild "How to Market Your Booth" guide
Contact your Greenbuild Account Executive to get your personalized banner:
Use the following banners with your company's FREE EXPO PASS URL - GET REWARDED
This is a great benefit for Greenbuild exhibitors! Provide clients and potential clients with a FREE Expo Pass to this year's show. Plus, as an incentive those who get 75 or more passes registered get rewarded!
- 75+ registered - Post about your company on Greenbuild's Twitter and Facebook accounts during the show.
- 100+ registered - Inclusion of your logo linked to your URL on an email (including all the logos of every one who registered 100+) that will be sent during Greenbuild.
- 150+ registered - Those who register 150 or more of their free expo passes will receive a $2500 credit to use towards 2016 Greenbuild Expo expenses.
Contact your Greenbuild Account Executive to have your logo placed on the banner below:
(right click on the banners below to save the image)
Drop the following image into an email followed by a link to your company's FREE EXPO PASS URL
Create a Press Release
Spread the word about your involvement at Greenbuild by sending a press release to trade publications. Make sure your Press Release is not all marketing fluff. Make sure it's newsworthy and keep it short.
Get involved on Greenbuild's Social Media:
Example Facebook post:
Join us in Washington D.C., November 18-20, for the largest sustainable building event in the US! Visit the Greenbuild website to learn more about this unique conference. >>www.greenbuildexpo.com.
Example Twitter post:
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