Trade Show Exhibitor's Bill of Rights - How Can You Help?
The Exhibitors' Perspective is an Important Part of Tradeshow Success
You are a trade show exhibitor. You’ve toured many cities, been to every convention center in the U.S. and talked to more strangers in one day than most people do in a month. This is why your perspective is an important part to tradeshow success.
Without you, the trade show exhibitor, what would the show organizers, general contractors, housing companies and convention center staff do?
The power of your knowledge and perspective is vast. This is why, as an exhibitor or event professional you can help define the future of face-to-face marketing. The Trade Show Exhibitors Association (TSEA) has an arena where you can interact and be heard by other professionals in your area of expertise.
TSEA has published the Trade Show Exhibitors Bill of Rights which outlines the basic ideals that show organizers, managers and hosts should provide to all exhibitors.
Here is an excerpt from the TSEA Bill of Rights.
As an Exhibitor, you are entitled to:
- THE RIGHT to be educated in convention housing practices
- THE RIGHT to independent third-party audits of trade show attendance
- THE RIGHT to qualified labor practices
- THE RIGHT to proper inspection of previous show results before committing to a future show
Download The Trade Show Exhibitors’ Association Bill of Rights to see your rights, right now. Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below!
You can voice your needs and help shape the future of face-to-face marketing at the TSEA Red Diamond Congress. Click here to learn more on how you can help.