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TEN, an initiative of Trade Nigeria in partnership with Federal Government to promote trade and investment is the largest trade exhibition in African and TEN is just around the corner.
There are some certain things that exhibitors should avoid in order to maximize the opportunity giving by TEN.
The following are 15 examples of things you should NEVER do while exhibiting at TEN
1. Sit, read, smoke, eat or drink in the booth
2. Ignore prospects by forming a cozy cluster and chatting with colleagues
3. Use the (booth) telephone while visitors are around
4. Leave the booth unattended or leave without informing colleagues
5. Be late for booth duty
6. Close off conversation by crossing your arms
7. Stand with your back to the aisle
8. Say "Can I help you?"
9. Lean on booth furniture
10. Drink alcohol or eat garlicky or spicy foods during the day
11. Use inappropriate language, complain about TEN or about being at TEN
12. Wear new shoes or high heels
13. Badmouth your competitors
14. Let the booth get cluttered, untidy, and unorganized. Be unprofessional
15. The most important thing to remember when you are staffing a trade show booth is that you represent your company. Everything you do and say, even if it is not in the booth, reflects upon your company. You are an ambassador, and your behavior should be above reproach. Your attire and hygiene should be clean, neat, and professional. TEN is not a vacation, remember that you are on a business. Showing up drunk or hung over for booth duty is never appropriate and will not only put off customers, it may get you fired.
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