For smartphone users, there is nothing more frustrating than a phone with poor battery life. Most of us use our mobile devices throughout the day to check emails, send texts, use GPS to get from place to place, and scroll through our social media feeds. Before you know it, your phone is dead and you don’t have time to sit at an outlet waiting for it to charge. Worse case scenario: you’re nowhere near an outlet. So, what are you going to do? Power banks are portable charging devices that provide convenience and reliability on the go.
The UL Certified Persona Power Bank supports both mobile phones and tablets. The bank itself takes about 4-6 hours to charge. Plug it in via USB overnight and wake up to a fully charged device, so you are ready to take on the day. When the bank is charged it can connect to two devices at a time. It is UL certified up to 4,400 mAh, meaning that it can support and charge devices with high battery capacity. For example, the battery capacity of an iPhone 6 Plus is 2915 mAh, so to fully charge the device you are going to want to connect to a Power Bank that has a greater mAh. The Persona Power Bank can do the trick!
This gadget is one that any smartphone user can benefit from. Power banks also come in many different colors. Pick your favorite, or brand it with your company colors and logo to give away as promotional material. This is a product that people use frequently, so it is a perfect promotional giveaway!
When you are at a trade show, often times you are with a specific group of people that can benefit from your goods or services. For a weekend, day, or few hours, this themed event is attracting attendees who have an interest in learning about different businesses and their offerings. So, how do you maximize this time to generate leads? Check out our 3 tips as you head to your next trade show.
Set goals. Show up to the trade show with a mission in mind and a staff that has been clearly informed of the expected outcome of the day. Are you hoping to hone in on one of your strongest assets instead of merely skimming the surface of every moving piece that makes up your business? Be sure that you and your colleagues are clear on what your business does and offers. Determine what materials you need to effectively explain what your business does and make sure all of those materials are in place the day of the show.
Focus. There will be people buzzing around the entire time and there will be many opportunities for conversation. Realistically, you can not talk to everyone. However, you do want to talk to as many people as possible. Budget your time and stay on topic. As you begin a conversation with a prospect, try to gage where they are in the process. Are they already aware of who you are? Are they even interested? Make sure you are focusing on the conversations that will count.
Credibility. If the stranger you are about to talk to has never heard of your company, why should they take the time to listen to you? Position yourself as an expert in the industry. That being said, take the time at trade shows to network with other experts and talk to news reporters that may be there. If there is an opportunity to partake in a panel, seminar, or discussion, jump on it! These are just more ways to gain exposure and credibility.
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