When I perform as a magician, people always ask me, “How did you do that?” When I work the trade show floor, people always ask me, “Why are you working for them? You should get a job in Vegas.” The secret revealed is that people hire me to use magic as the tool to stop traffic at their booth. I am a trade show edutainer. Edutainment is the art of educating while entertaining. The illusion begins with you educating me about your product, service, or message, and the type of people you would like to meet. Once stopped, based on that education, I qualify the attendees for your business. The final step is to introduce qualified prospects to you in order to record contact information for post show follow-up. The illusion is completed because I wear your company’s logo while sounding like an employee of the company.
Anyone that has spent time on the trade show floor knows that the traffic may not flow fast, but, like a river, it never stops. Another secret revealed is you do not have to know a single magic trick to get people to stop. The illusion begins with a smile, a hand out, and greeting them as though you know them. If you can use their name, the illusion is enhanced. This approach makes people stop because they think for a split second that you know them. If you do not know their name, normally, people are polite, so they will stop to shake your hand.
The final secret revealed, for now, is that 79% of all show leads are never contacted. That is like working a very long day and not getting paid. If this is you, the illusion is that you do not need any more sales. The reality is that you need a follow up system and could benefit from sales training.
On the trade show floor,
Say It With MAGIC
<ST1Jason Kallio</ST1 was formerly a technical salesman, regional sales manager, and has a mechanical engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). Jason has nearly 20 years of trade show experience. If you want to learn more about the amazing results obtained by using Say It With MAGIC at your next trade show, visit www.sayitwithmagic.com or call (508) 865-1423.