SFA shines in the development of pre-show promotional programs that will create a “buzz” for our clients. Email programs, social media, teasers and traditional advertising all play an integrated part in targeting the right customers to visit your booth.
Once there, our trade show services including booth design, the development of product exhibits, graphics, interactive kiosks, as well as extensive at-show and post-show public relations will have your customers asking all the right questions.
A long-time client was planning to launch their new energy management system at one of the biggest shows of the year – DistribuTECH. With thousands of attendees gathering from more than 50 countries, our goal was to rise above the noise.
SFA put together a plan to blanket San Diego with provocative messaging that would ask the question, "Do You Know Callisto?" Crowds were met by airport signage, pedicabs, segways, building wraps and elevator clings. We turned it up a notch and got the people, press and industry talking about Callisto.
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