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NYIGF Offers Exhibitor Training Series

7The New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF) has partnered with Right Angle Strategies, a business coaching firm, to provide its exhibitors with a training series meant to help prepare them for market, maximize on-site sales and plan follow-up strategies. The series will launch with two Webinars held prior to the Summer 2009 edition, while onsite […]

7The New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF) has partnered with Right Angle Strategies, a business coaching firm, to provide its exhibitors with a training series meant to help prepare them for market, maximize on-site sales and plan follow-up strategies. The series will launch with two Webinars held prior to the Summer 2009 edition, while onsite sessions including free one-to-one business consultations and one educational seminar also on the docket.

“We want to give NYIGF exhibitors every opportunity for a successful market,” show director Dorothy Belshaw said. “These sessions will help our customers to maximize their interaction with buyers—before, during and after the show—and to increase the return on their tradeshow investments.”

The cost to participate in each Webinar is $10 per company; tickets for the onsite sessions are $20 advance and $25 onsite. Exhibitors can register online after Friday, April 3. For more details on the training series or to register, e-mail Right Angle Strategies’ managing partner Stu Teller at stu@rightanglestrategies.com. For NYIGF information, visit www.nyigf.com.


April 2009 Earnshaws

In This Issue:
The future of Eco in a down market
The T-shirt trend report
Avoiding the perpetual sale trap
Plus: Lifestyle brands rule the fashion pages

Coming Next Month:
Understanding the grandparent demographic
An update on the state of e-commerce
Earnshaw’s annual report on the growth of the industry
Plus: Infant and toddler fashion

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