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Grow Your International Attendance

Made in the USA still has meaning around the world. The US is also still the largest consumer market on the planet. We will help your expo bring in the foreign buyers and sellers and increase your global reach.

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International Sales, Staff & Exhibitor Training

Does your staff know the difference between an Embassy and a Consulate? What a visa waiver country is? The difference between meters and feet and that a booth is a stand to the rest world (except Canada)? Let us teach your team the answers to these and a multitude of other facts to help them sell more space and keep the international clients and attendees you have.

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Tradeshow & Conference Consulting

ITI has years of experience launching and managing tradeshows around the US as well as off shore. We have experienced your pain! Let us help you!

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Exhibitor Training

ITI has helped literally thousands of exhibitors be successful - whether they are new-to-market or just fine-tuning their exhibiting skills. Services include Goal Setting,determining ROI and booth salesmanship.

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Intl Attendance Promotion

Attracting Quality Attendees

Attracting international attendees to a U.S. exhibition, meeting, or conference is challenging! It takes more than obtaining a mailing list and sending a dozen email blasts to assorted countries or counterpart associations.

Effective visitor promotion requires relationship building and that takes time, contacts and knowledge. ITI has those relationships and knowledge.

Need assistance with bringing in more international exhibitors? Click here.


ITI Services Include:

  • Conduct market research to determine those countries with the most potential for sending international attendees
  • Develop an international attendee marketing plan - global or by region
  • Find, initiatie or further relationships with counterpart foreign Associations
  • Develop a media list in targeted countries
  • Communicate regularly with U.S. Embassies, Consulates, Trade Offices and American Chambers of Commerce (AmCham's)
  • Help create promotional materials for counterpart international events
  • Provide content for the international sectrion of the your website
  • Train your staff to better communicate with international visitors
  • Work with foreign travel agents to promote exhibitions, meetings and conference attendance
  • Provide content for international visitor e-newsletters

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