…you only get one shot at live events. They’re like Broadway shows; there is no second take. Our event marketers grasp the cutting-edge technology and innovation you crave to create a fresh experience ready to make an impact.
Marketing and strategies are developed and implemented before your attendees even walk through the door in order to create buzz and excitement and the on-site experience is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression long after the doors have closed.
Working as an extension of your team, our experts begin planning your event by discussing the best space utilization methods at your venue. After, we’ll create out a process personalized to your needs from concept creation to load-out.
We work to plan, perfect and implement every factor of your experience. Our dedication to communication ensures you’ll be included in every step making your show a seamless success.
From our incredibly talented scenic artists to our skilled technicians and everybody in between, our team is onsite to ensure nothing but the best for your event and to see to it that your visions are brought to life.
Just because your event is over, doesn’t mean we stop working. Our careful load-out process ensures your goods are carefully handled and taken care of post-show.
After the event, our team will discuss the entire experience with you and carefully process the information. Your feedback certifies that our commitment to provide the best experience possible never stops.
Give your exhibitors and attendees the technology they want.
“We have partnered with SourceOne’s Ruthi Eckert and her team for all five years of our iLandscape Show. From the beginning, Ruthi and her team guided us through the minutia that is part of putting on a large trade show. Their knowledge, patience, professionalism and energy guided us through our first show; and help us grow to where we are now. “
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