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What items should you choose to distribute at trade shows?

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Using promotional products is great for your marketing campaign, but how do you know how to choose the right ones?

In a trade show with tens or hundreds of vendors, you want to be the one that people remember most. Today’s business promotional products go far and beyond the typical pen, magnet or coffee mug. It is important to make a high impact impression, but you don’t have to break the bank to do it if you follow the latest trends in promotional products and find what works best for trade shows.

Cool, new tech items are the latest trend, so choosing a power bank, power charger or another tech item would be a great trade show item. It is important that you choose a trade show item that you know people will use. The more someone will use the product, the more they will see your name. Options of different price points should also be a factor in choosing items. Most importantly, invest in a quality item that will make a great impression.

Read more great tips about trade show items in the article below.

http://www.bizjournals.com/bizjournals/how-to/marketing/2015/03/how-to-choose-the-best-promo-products.html?page=all

 

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