Clear Lake, MN (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Atomic Learning is an online education solutions company that participates in at least one hundred trade show events every year. As a veteran of the e-learning and education trade circuit, Atomic Learning understands that trade shows are an excellent venue to reach out to potential clients and reconnect with existing customers.
Atomic Learning is the trusted training solutions provider to more than 16 million individuals in over 45 countries worldwide. For a company with a client base at large, it needs to market itself with only the very best support and the most effective displays.
Trade shows continue to be an integral part of Atomic Learning’s sales and marketing efforts, having been an active participant of the trade event circuit for over twelve years. For the people behind Atomic Learning, there is an irreplaceable value to being able to interact with customers face to face.
For Mary Patrick, Event Planner for Atomic Learning, a successful trade show depends heavily on the amount of pre-planning put into it. Pre-arranged appointments and personal visits to local prospects can all help in maximizing a limited travel budget. But when it comes to making a strong impression on the trade show floor, having the right trade displays can go a long way to turning curious onlookers into loyal customers.
Patrick worked closely with GLM Displays owner Matthew Lunser in finding something unique, easy to assemble and highly affordable for her company. “He came through with two ideas that were so good, we bought both of them,” Patrick admits.
Atomic Learning now owns a variety of Formulaic Fabric Displays along with their own Hop Up Counter. “Now, our staff has a display that can set up in five minutes and one that can set up in thirty for larger shows. Both look great and improve our image in the marketplace.”
Patrick says that the booths from GLM Displays are used for larger shows, typically trade events that cater to the Higher Education segment of the market. They are routinely deployed in annual shows hosted by Blackboard World and Sloan Consortium both held in Las Vegas. Sloan Consortium also hosts events in Chicago and Orlando where Atomic Learning is a frequent vendor. Patrick estimates that their displays are shipped about forty times all year-round, making their displays a worthwhile investment for the company.
The Formulate Fabric Displays are an excellent trade solution for vendors because of its easy to assemble aluminum design and high-quality print fabric. This allows vendors to quickly setup, pack up and store their trade displays quickly and easily before and after any trade event.
The Hop Up Counter, on the other hand, provides a reliable all-around countertop solution for any trade booth. The Hop Up Counter is collapsible into a fraction of its size, making it easy to assemble and even easier to store. It can be used as a convenient storage area for vendors, as well as a striking display counter for potential customers.
Atomic Learning has built its reputation on creating dynamic learning solutions for learners of all ages, and it does this by showcasing its cutting end products to key decision makers in the industry. With the help of GLM Displays, Atomic Learning connects educators and learners alike with the latest in education technology. It hopes to continue to do so in the many years to come.
For more information on Atomic Learning, visit their website at http://www.atomiclearning.com/.
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