Exhibition success

SKYLINE Displays is hosting a free eye power seminar which will enable attendees to gain the best advantage from their participation in trade shows, exhibitions and conferences.

The seminar will teach you how to set measurable objects, avoid budget-busting blunder, create crowd-pulling promotions on a shoe string and kick start conversations with total strangers.

The seminar will also discuss how to tell the difference between a design that your boss loves and one that actually works; and how to get more leads, sales and better results from your trade shows.

Each attendee will receive a trade show marketing ideas kit, a creating effecting trade show promotions book and an eye power seminar workbook.

The seminar will be held at Conrad Jupiters Casino on July 28 from 9:30 – 12pm. More info at: www.skyline.com.au.

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