Participate successfully in a Trade Show

If you know trade shows work, it can yield a lot. If you don’t know, a trade show will cost you an unnecessary amount of money, time and energy.

We often see that the booth crew has difficulty making contact. They hide behind a table or are busy with their phone or laptop while prospects walk by.

The bottom line is that preparation is an essential part, which is often insufficiently carried out.

In this workbook we have divided a trade show participation.

You don’t consider yourself a salesperson, but you do have the role of acquiring clients? Then you’ve come to the right place!

I was so pleased with LinkLeaders’ approach that I recommended them to the Association of Packaging Professionals.

They participated in program with LinkLeaders, in which I once again participated.

LinkedIn is constantly changing, that’s why I will do another refresh program with them.

Ton Knipscheer

Sales Director, Watttron

In previous years we stood in the aisle to address our prospects. Now they came to us. This made it a very succesful fair.

In the end, we had much more HOTleads than the normally planned leads. These leads emphasized that we had to talk soon.

This way I want to do a fair every month.

Marcel Crezee

Managing Director Export, MHK Group

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Marc van Waasbergen

Founder of Linkleaders and technical marketer

Has always been able to avoid sales activities, until now.
He now helps ICT companies, production companies and SMEs to easily get in touch with new customers At LinkLeaders we know that connecting with customers can be simple, easy and fun.
Together, we find a sales approach that fits you and your company.


Over the past 10 years, we are proud to have:


>> Helped hundreds of small and medium-sized ICT and manufacturing companies improve their sales.

>> Provided more than 1,000 trainings to small and medium-sized businesses to acquire more customers.



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