Exhibitor Training

Whether you’re a first-time exhibitor or a veteran wanting to freshen up your booth, utilize the materials below to make sure you’re ready to have the best Show yet.

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GES Training Videos
What GES provides, shipping questions, food storage and more

Marketing Training
Setting SMART goals, training your booth staff, pre-show marketing and more

Exhibitor Services
A guide to your exhibitor dashboard, what is available in the service kit, and onsite info

Tips for Exhibiting at the Show
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GES Training Videos

Learn more about the move out process and steps you should take to get organized onsite.

GES will be onsite throughout the show to help with a wide variety of services. This video will show you how to get assistance onsite.

GES is the Official Service Provider for electricity and booth labor. Learn more about these services in this video.

Frozen, refrigerated, and dry product storage are available onsite. This video will explain how to ship your product and what to expect when you are onsite.

Porter Service is required for all exhibitors sampling food or beverage but it's recommended for all exhibitors. Learn more about what's available in this video

Full time employees of exhibiting companies can unload materials to the booth and set up onsite. Watch this video for an overview of your exhibitor rights

Learn the difference between shipping and material handling, and how the target move in schedule works for the show.

Review the process to order electricity for your booth.

Learn how to place orders using Expresso, the GES website. Be sure to place your orders before Thursday, April 18th to save money!

Learn more about the target check in schedule and the services GES can provide for you at the show.


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Navigating Exhibitor Services

Check out how you can promote your products and services to attendees by using the listings available in Exhibitor Services, as well as a few other links to essential show planning activities.

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