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Trade Show Magic by Mark Leveridge

The Professional Worker Series is a selection of targeted and focused ebooks which offer professional, sound advice on a number of key performance areas. The ebooks are written in an easy to understand style which cuts out all the waffle and padding, and instead gets right to the core of each subject.

Volume 2 in this series concentrates on how to use magic at trade shows and business exhibitions. For many years I have been working at business events using my strolling magic as a highly effective way to put across company messages and to help promote them at their exhibitions. My approach is practical and very professional and has achieved excellent feedback and results from the companies that I have worked for.

"Mark made all the difference at a recent exhibition. He worked his magic so that visitors to our stand arrived happy and engaged which meant we saw a real improvement compared with "normal" results at such events." - Duncan Laker, Welcome Telecom Ltd
The secrets of how you can achieve similar success are contained in this helpful ebook. I explain in detail what will be expected of you at a trade show, how you can deliver what you promise, what the potential pitfalls are with this type of specialised work and how to avoid them, how you can use your magic to the best advantage of your clients, plus much more.

Trade show work is not something you can just blunder into unprepared. Your aims and targets are very different to those you expect at a normal social event, and to be unaware of the differences could make life very difficult for you. With the practical, detailed advice that I have provided in this ebook, you will at the very least be fully appraised of what you need to know, and can properly evaluate whether trade show work is for you. The information could make the difference between you succeeding or failing, so get your copy and ensure you are properly prepared.

1st edition 2014, 28 pages.
word count: 13508 which is equivalent to 54 standard pages of text