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Trade Show Table

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Trade Show Table

Postby ricky2 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:00 am

If you are supplied with a table cloth, great. If not, bring a white table cloth to drape on the table. Then arrange business cards (lots of them) and any displays that you have on the top of the table. Note: Always stand to the side or in front of the table. Standing behind it sometimes looks as though you are trying to distance yourself from a possible customer, whereas standing to the side or in front of your table communicates openness.
Best of luck.
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