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A Season 11 "Bachelor" finalist, a Narrator, and a Demonstrator
Crowd gatherers, hostesses, narrators, speakers, display and demonstration professionals, and world-class tradeshow models and talent will need to be at their very best for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 7 through 10, 2010.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the world's largest tradeshow for consumer technology, will host the Consumer Electronics Show with over 35 categories of advanced technology for consumer use. Companies from 154 countries, expect to display their work and exchange information, generate leads and sell their hardware and software.Scheduled keynote speakers for this show are Alan Mulally, President and CEO of Ford Motor Company, and Nokia’s CEO, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo. As interested visitors are watching, reading, listening, and text-messaging others on their handheld devices, each exhibitor will be using every opportunity available to gain an edge, as competition for attention promises to be fierce, especially with the worldwide economic strains that are affecting customer purchases.The need for tradeshow experts continues to grow Companies are scheduling the very best talent and the most attractive personnel to stimulate interest and generate sales leads. While the demonstrators and narrators explain their merchandise and present information, sales personnel will be busily working with attendees to exchange ideas and present solutions to the needs of the consumers who will buy from the retailers at the show.
In assembly-line fashion the tradeshow models, booth staff, and hostesses, so often relied upon to ensure businesses achieve their success goals, will be working seamlessly, effortlessly, to pre-qualify prospects—capturing names and business addresses, handling free drawing sign-ups and gift presentations, distributing company literature, finalizing orders, recording transactions, and accommodating the needs of over 100,000 expected people in this four-day event, all seeking the edge they need to higher profits in the telecommunications, gaming, mobile communications and more, businesses.
These professionals make it look easy, having researched, read, rehearsed, and listened to information that makes them experts suitable as sales executives in other companies. It’s all about sales at tradeshows, and now more than ever, everything counts. The Preferred Promotional Model and Talent Group (PPG), a long-standing provider of the finest tradeshow personnel in the U.S., has been booking talent since September for the upcoming CES tradeshow in early January.
The experienced teams of tradeshow models, booth and exhibit staff, crowd gatherers, product demonstrators, narrators, and spokespersons offer solid, professional performance with uncanny abilities to help execute a flawless show. Businesses can focus on selling and making new contacts while the tradeshow specialists work their magic and draw visitors closer and encourage involvement crucial for sales to savvy buyers.
Find out how to elevate your tradeshow exhibit to a higher, more professional level, and contact The Preferred Promotional Model and Talent Group at 817-490-5050. Visit their Web site for more information at www.promotalent.com.
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