Tech Rentals and Las Vegas Perfect Match

Tech Travel Agent Rental Equipment for Las VegasIt is no secret that the place to go for business, reunions, conventions, weddings and just flat out fun is Las Vegas.  Boasting convenience, space, restaurants, atmosphere and lower cost airfare and hotels, Las Vegas has been and continues to be one of the most heavily populated trade show and convention sites in the United States.   Whether you go to Las Vegas for fun, business or both, you can be sure that there will be plenty to do and see while you are there.

With more than 10.6 million sq. ft. of exhibit space and  three of the country’s 10 largest convention venues, Las Vegas also claims the highest attendance rate per year for the past 18 years. Vendors and exhibitors also love Las Vegas because of the support services provided by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.  Everything from familiarization tours, attendance promotion, and press release kits to calendars of events and shows and visitors brochures, guides and maps.

You may be in the planning stages of your next conference or event.  Here are five key characteristics that a successful event possesses.   Attendees will give a favorable review of a trade show, convention or training seminar if their experience was worthwhile, educational, interactive, convenient and fun. Going high tech with enhanced audio-video, computers, iPads and kiosks have proven to be a must-have.

Worthwhile – When attending an event, especially for business, people want to feel that their time and money was worth the trip.  As an employer sending employees to training, the last thing you want to hear is, “well, that was a waste of time”.  Upgrading your training with a laptop or iPad for every person will not only speed up the process but will keep your class engaged and productive.

Educational – Obviously, if the goal is to train or expose people to something new, the outcome of learning the information or gaining new knowledge is what the presenter wants to accomplish.  A popular and proven educational tool is “multiple ways, multiple times”.    If you want someone to learn about your product or concept, the greater the variety of ways you can communicate the information to your audience the better.  How could you pump up your space by commanding the senses from your audience?  Sight, sound, smell, touch, emotions.

Interactive – Everyone knows, even a 3-year-old, if it can be experienced and played with, tried and tested, it is much more engaging than just hearing about something.  Also providing interaction between company and consumer, trainer and trainee is just smart planning.  Measurable success is certainly a desired outcome for any business.  A free-standing computer kiosk is a great way to track customer traffic and even take on the spot orders!

Convenient – There is nothing more frustrating than being in a new place and not being able to find your way around or having to walk 5 miles to get from one event to another.  In Las Vegas attendees can book hotel rooms in the same venue as their event.  With airport shuttle and most everything within walking distance on the strip, a rental car could be one less expense.

F.U.N. – Finally – Uncommon – Networking…..I know, it was a trick, you thought I meant having fun.   Actually, I did.  Whether it is business, training or vacation, most human beings enjoy meeting new people, exchanging new and different ideas and changing up our surroundings every now and then.   What better place to go than to Las Vegas!

Pumping up your next event with some innovative technology is as easy as 1-2-3! Renting sound equipment, kiosks, or large quantity of laptops is a great way to fill your short-term need.  A Tech Travel Agent is standing by and ready to assist you in putting your creative ideas into real solutions.

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