Business Owners and Professionals:

Are You Tired of Wasting Your Precious Time
and Hard-earned Money
on Trade Show Marketing
and Not Getting the Results You Want?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

Hi, I’m Colleen Kilpatrick and I’m a Marketing and Trade Show Consultant. I help business owners and professionals get greater returns on their trade show investment – and have a lot more fun doing it!

If you’re looking for help creating a strategy for trade show success, marketing your exhibit before the show, creating a lead capture plan and turning your best leads into clients after the show, you’ve come to the right place. Even if you’re simply looking for an easier way (than trial and error) for determining if a particular show is right for you, you’ve come to the right place.

No matter how many trade shows you’ve participated in, or how much time and money you’ve lost in trade shows past, you can quickly learn how to turn trade show exhibiting into one of the most powerful tools in your marketing toolbox, you just may not know how – yet.

When you work with me as your Marketing and Trade Show Consultant, you get the tools, structure, support and encouragement you need to create a trade show plan of action that will make you money.

Even if you consider yourself a “special case”, you can be successful using this program! I’ve had clients tell me they’ve been exhibiting for 25 years and know all the tricks of the trade, but after just one show utilizing my trade show tips and strategies, they were getting more leads, making more money and having a lot more fun at their trade show exhibit.

You can, too. 

With my training and support I guarantee you and your trade show staff can learn how to:

  • Determine if a particular trade show is right for your company before you sink a bunch of time and money into it.
  • Develop a trade show strategy that will ensure more focused and effective actions that return the results you seek.
  • Create a stream of traffic to your booth before you even step on the trade show floor.
  • Make your exhibit and your business more attractive and magnetic than ever.
  • Create a streamlined, foolproof lead capture program that filters out the wheat from the chaff.
  • Build a Trade Show Toolkit to ensure you never forget those critical exhibit supplies again.
  • Turn your trade show staff into sales rock stars.
  • Create and effectively utilize valuable educational materials that won’t end up in the round file.
  • Make enticing offers your prospects can’t refuse.
  • Turn trade show leads into customers with ease after the event.
  • Evaluate your trade show performance to ensure continuous improvement in your trade show efforts

Ready to get started? I recommend you sign up to receive my blog postings via email.

Then, check out the tab “Free Stuff” and print your free copy of the money saving report titled, “The Ten Biggest Trade Show Mistakes and How to Overcome Each of Them.”

If you’re ready to take your trade show strategy to the next level, email me and we’ll chat about where you are with trade show marketing today, where you’d like to be, what you need to do to get there, and how to get started.

Just looking? I invite you to explore this site to find the information and resources you need to increase your trade show marketing success.  Take a look at my Top 10 lists and the marketing and trade show articles I’ve posted in my blog. Be absolutely sure to download my Trade Show Toolbox Checklist. This handy form will ensure you never forget a critical trade show tool again. You’ll use it over and over every time you participate in any kind of exhibit. I suggest you print it and laminate it – that’s how important it is.  If you’re ready to get right down to business, check out my killer trade show transformation programs:
Trade Show Consulting for Business Owners, Marketing Executives and

Want to know how I can help you? Want to know more about me? About my clients?  Keep reading!  I’m glad you came to visit, and I hope you find what you’re looking for.  If not, then drop me a line.
Colleen Kilpatrick