In the Bathroom or the Booth - the Rules are the Same

Be professional at all times. When attendees see exhibit staff, they see your company. So whether you're talking to co-workers in the restroom, participating in an industry panel, or simply riding the elevator, every word and action represents your company. The minute you board a plane bound for the show, it's show time!
Before, During, and After Show and Tips: 

1. Don’t Gossip. There is a good chance in a local trade show everyone knows each other. Be above it all or it may cost you a client.

2. Maintain a moral standing with potential clients and booth staff.

3. Be a company team player in the booth.
4. Avoid making snippy comments, and dropping pseudo-truths about competitors. Just because you are denigrating others, does not mean it will raise your own stake and prompt others to choose you over your competitors.
5. Your temper must be at bay constantly. If you know you are quick to flare up, do some exercises that you know can help keep your anger away

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