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Stack that Pie.

September 26, 2013

Stack that Pie.

We’re moving into fall, or, as we like to think of it, pie season! Read the rest of this entry »

 
 

Making the most of your trade show: Connecting at the show

You’ve done all of the pre-show work, and potential clients are storming your booth. Fantastic! Now, your job is to really engage them. In Part Two of this series, we offer three tips for how to intrigue the crowd, get visitors the information they need, and how to lay the foundation for keeping in touch. Read the rest of this entry »

 
 

Making the most of your trade show:
Pre-show marketing

It’s already September – and trade show season is moving into high gear. We love working with our clients to make each show exhibition a success. In over 10 years, we’ve learned a few things about how to make your trade show investment worthwhile. We created this short series to give you a few ideas to make sure you are maximizing your investment.

Part One: Before the show

The first step is to think of your goals for the show. You want to get people – the right people – to your booth. Your materials should be targeted, to let your clients know how your products and/ or services can solve their problems. At Seam, we’re always an advocate for your audience; what do they want? And how can you give that to them? If your show strategy starts by answering these questions, you’re off to a great start!
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“Boy Small” is a Hit!

August 28, 2013

“Boy Small” is a Hit!

BoySmall-poster-FINALWe at Seam are excited about the positive reviews and success of Fine Print Theatre‘s latest production Boy Small. Recommended by Chicago Stage Review and Chicago Theatre Review, the show also made Chicago Artists Resource’s Top 5 Picks list for September. We worked with playwright MT Cozzola and director Patrick Kenney to create an evocative and appropriately dark poster and postcard for the play running through September 22 at Red Tape Theatre. Congrats to you guys, and (please don’t really) break a leg!