Daniel is a client that Miracle and I have been working with over the past several months. He recently had his first launch at Pool. Luckily for us, he’s written a multi part series on the experience. In depth and detailed, today I’ll post the intro making for a short piece but once I publish tomorrow’s entry, you’ll see why I did that. For now, I’ll just step out of the way and leave the rest of it to Daniel.
Being approached Arthur Rubinstein, the pianist, was asked by the passing stranger, “Pardon me sir, but how do I get to Carnegie Hall?” He replied “practice, practice, practice”.
When planning to show at POOL or any other show, the answer would be “prepare, prepare, prepare”
I volunteered to write this piece about my experience showing at the Pool Trade Show so others can learn and improve for their own tradeshow. For those who don’t know, Pool is an alternative to the “other” large show, MAGIC. Last year, Pool was purchased by MAGIC, which also owns the Project Show.
Thank you Kathleen and specially Miracle for all of your ideas and support, so on with the show…
I’m going to break this down in to a few posts and there are many things that I want to cover and the first involves all of the preparatory work. This is an almost day-by-day account of everything that I did to get ready for the show and what happened at the show. At the end I’ll have some type of summary.
So get ready and travel back couple of months with me (tomorrow)