Although trade shows are a lot of fun, and a great way to talk directly to your clients, you should also set goals. Setting goals will keep your team on track and remember that there is a reason why you’re there. When you are thinking of goals to set, you will want to also plan how your team is going to achieve their goals. In addition, you will want to decide how the goals will result in conversions. For example, you can say that you would like to come home with 50 leads that have contact information. From the 50 leads, you want to have 5 that actually convert. You will want the 5 leads to pay for all of or the majority of the expenses of the booth. You don’t want to give away $1,000 in prizes when your 5 leads are only spending $50 each with you.
Now that we have gone over the basics of trade show games, let’s dive into the fun stuff! You can never go wrong with a classic arcade game. There are a variety of arcade games that you can host. Including basketball, bowling, retro video game machines, or even a claw prize machine. Whatever arcade-style game you go with, make sure you personalize it to your brand. If you Business Phone List go with a basketball game, you can add your logo to the basketball, and on the side of the display. If you don’t want to be so direct with your logo, you can add different customer reviews on the basketballs. 2. Prize Wheels Prize wheels are always fun and engaging. You can have a combination of treats, free samples of your product or service as well as one large prize like a free year of product or service. You can also make your own prize wheel to make it more affordable.
Your host will be extremely important with this game, as they will be responsible for getting people to play. In addition, they will be responsible for aligning the game with your goals. 3. Scavenger Hunt Scavenger hunts are another more affordable option. You can create the scavenger hunt to be just in your display, or you can include the entire trade show. You can make the first five people who return the completed hunt the winners, or you can add everyone who completes it into a draw, and then draw the winner(s). Just make sure you get permission from brands if you are including items in their displays and ensure the players are not disturbing other trade show guests.