Behind-the-Scenes: 2014 Trade Shows

October 15, 2014 | Hindy Halpert

We are taking you behind the scenes for a quick glance at how we prepare for some upcoming trade shows. A lot of work goes into a show – arranging products, mocking up packaging for new concepts and prototypes, designing booth décor, rearranging product displays — and re-rearranging — and so much more. It’s a multi-departmental undertaking with input from Sales, PDS (Product Development & Sourcing), Marketing, and Warehouse. By the time we finally ship out our skids to the show, our booth will have gone through multiple changes.

Here is a quick look at our final peg board setup for our two upcoming shows. If you’re at the show, make sure to stop by to check out our premium industrial products and our new cutting edge Retail packaging.

Cambridge Resources Trade Show Schedule for October-November at the Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas:

National Industrial Fastener Expo: October 23 & 24, Booth #208

AAPEX Show: November 4-6, Booth #5734


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