Tradeshow Budgetary Tips

Tradeshow Budgetary Tips

In this section, we’ve prepared a great guide to help you determine a ballpark budget for your RFP.

You’ll find it broken into two main sections: Your physical event needs, and your event services.

Tradeshow Budgetary Tips Tradeshow Budgetary Tips

As you review these figures, keep in mind that costs for your exhibit will vary greatly from Producer to Producer, from state to state, city to city, and show to show. Whatever you determine your budget to be, it’s always best practice to review it with the Producers you select to participate in your RFP prior to them beginning work to determine if this budget will work for your specific needs based on their pricing structure.

As well, our budgetary tips below reflect average U.S. pricing trends. If your project is in another country, these tips may not be as accurate, depending on where your booth is built and what the prevailing costs are in the country in which the event is taking place. If you are submitting an RFP for a show outside of the U.S., be sure to discuss your specific budgetary needs with your selected Producer(s) bidding on the project before they begin work so that you can ensure a successful RFP process.

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How do I submit my Resume to Help Wanted Ads?

After clicking on an ad in the Help Wanted section, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Submit Resume”.  Once there, you’ll be prompted to select either a custom uploaded resume or your resume created by the Wizard. 

How many RFPs built in the Wizard can I store on my account?

Currently, EventWeb only supports one active RFP from the Wizard.  You can download your RFP though and store it locally and then create a new one.  You can also create a new account with another email address and store a new one there.  We are working on options for storing multiple RFPs in an upcoming upgrade!

Just click on “My Account” and then click on “Download RFP Wizard” which is located under your email/user type area.

Where can I learn how to use the Resume Wizard?

Check out the tutorial video we made on the Resume Wizard page here: 

Where can I download my Resume?

Click on “My Account” and then click on “Download Resume Wizard” for a PDF you can email or print out to bring with you on an interview.