It’s amazing what you can achieve within an 8′ by 10′ space which is often the minimum size of a trade show booth. Make the most it of it with proper signage of your brand’s logo, a carefully displayed rack of your collection -often on at least two sides of the booth area, a portfolio with any media you’ve been in from magazines or online magazines, and leave-behind material for either buyers glancing in your direction or media that may pass by.
Trade Show Season Prep Part 2: Making the Most of Your Booth Space to Attract Buyers, Media, Fashion Business Leaders
%u201CWhich best describes how you feel about the United States in terms of the environment your future?”
When asked “Which best describes how you feel about the Untied States in terms of environment?” among 13-25-year-olds across more than 5,000 people from a representative sampling within our second annual Humanitarian Youth Culture Profile Report, one of the most interesting results is by age demographics:
Brand Messaging for Non-Profits: Label Networks Asks Youth Culture Markets”What’s the Best Way for Non-Profits to Get Their Message Across to You?”
Fresh results from Label Networks’ new set of consumer research questions from a representative sampling of 13-25-year-olds across North America indicate major new trends when it comes to youth perceptions and influences about topics such as non-profits, green marketing, the environment, gun control laws, and humanitarian concerns. In this week’s story, we concentrate on the findings to the question, when it comes to non-profit organizations, “What do you think are the best ways for these non-profits to get their message across?”
Green Marketing Youth Culture Perceptions:”Do you feel that companies are actually making a change by saying they are”Green” or do you think it’s just advertising?” Fresh Results from Label Networks Provides Insight
Each year, Label Networks asks a series of questions to a representative sample of thousands of young people ages 13-25 about their perceptions, influences, and concerns as it pertains to humanitarian issues, green marketing, the environment, “green” sponsorship effectiveness, volunteerism, among other similar topics.
Psychodemographics of American Youth Culture Reveal How Self-Descriptions Change with Age, plus Differences Between Females vs. Males and What Attracts Them Most
Psychodemographic traits help marketers, advertisers, and sponsors target effective campaigns. In this story, Label Networks reveals new personal self-descriptions of the American youth market, quantifying how certain ads that match lifestyle characteristics resonate most.