Tradeshow Bootcamp launches Paper Camp 2013

Tradeshow Bootcamp is kicking off another year of kicking stationers into tradeshow readiness with a workshop we can’t help but love—Paper Camp 2013. This workshop is perfect for the small business looking to exhibit for the first time, or if you’ve done a tradeshow and need a few tips to make your next show incredible.

What you’ll learn:
• Industry standards pertaining to the wholesale stationery market
• What retailers expect of manufacturers they work with
• What goes into designing and building a tradeshow booth
• How to display product, take orders at the show, and process payments
• Free (and paid-for) marketing opportunities surrounding the shows
• What to do before, during and after a tradeshow to maximize your time and financial investment

Tradeshow Bootcamp is offering one full-tuition scholarship to Paper Camp to a driven designer who will be exhibiting at their first tradeshow in 2013. Scholarship details and the scholarship application are available here. Applications will be accepted through Friday, Jan 18 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time.

Paper Camp is being held in Los Angeles, Feb 22–23. For full details and to register, visit the website. Get your registration in early—only 20 students will be accepted! [AV]

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  1. Posted by Bee Eastman on 01.15.13 at 4:35 pm

    It was my thrill to be the winner of the full-tuition scholarship to the TSBC last year. What an experience if you are exhibiting at your first NY Trade Show, You meet ladies that have experience and they share it with you. Believe me, they begin their preparation for the next year once they return. They are smart, fun, creative and most of all, helpful. If you have a chance to enter or to participate, make sure you do, you will not regret it.

  2. Posted by claudia on 01.15.13 at 7:29 pm

    To put it mildly, Tradeshow Bootcamp has been nothing short of wonderful. It made it’s debut right before I made mine 2 years ago at the Stationery Show and I could not be more grateful. I truly don’t think I would have felt as prepared and confident if it weren’t for the series. I had the pleasure of attending Paper Camp last year and the amount of information and quality of information I gained from the in person workshop made missing my first flight completely worth it. I can’t say enough good things about it. It’s a wonderful experience whether it’s your first show or you’ve got a few under your belt.

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