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What to Look for When Hiring a Promotions Staffing Agency

Updated: Aug 29, 2019

Using a promotions staffing agency can help ensure that your next brand campaign is a success. If they’re good at what they do, the right agency can leverage the experience and personality of your company at events. Here are some things to consider when hiring an agency to represent you at a trade show:

What to Look for in a Promotions Staffing Company

There are three qualities you should look for in a promotions staffing company:

1. Experience representing companies that are similar to yours

2. Established methods for measuring results

3. Expert communicators who can engage with potential customers to communicate your brand’s message efficiently

Ensure They’ll Portray Your Brand as You Would

When you hire a promotions staffing agency to represent your company at an event, your employees won’t be there to speak for your business. That means you need to spend some time to think about how you would present your brand. Then, sift through the list of available agencies and find a company that can simulate how you would portray your brand.

Common Mistakes

You should invest whatever amount of effort it takes to choose the right event promotions company. Some companies choose the least expensive option, the one closest to them, or a promotional marketing agency that someone recommended. Instead, you should do your due diligence to find a professional, experienced company with a track record of getting results for similar companies.

Another common mistake that brands make with promotion marketing at events is not having clear goals and plans. The event promotions staff should know everything about your company and its products. This requires brands to create educational materials that represent their message accurately.

Hiring experienced staff can help companies make their promotional marketing campaigns successful. It enables companies to attend events in places where they don’t have any employees. It can also ensure that brands have the right marketers at events that are capable of representing them.



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