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Fashionable women wore dresses for weddings for many seasons. This is not a trend, it will die as soon as it seems. So the short answer is that you wear maxi dresses for weddings. The long answer is that it depends on your personal style and the availability of a dress for your function.
It is very important to remember that most weddings are formal occasions. While it will take a great idea, an evening dress for a wedding, you must make sure you choose a dress suitable for both you and the wedding you attend. It is not uncommon to enter a high street store and find a lot of black dresses max. You can even see a whole, but it is certainly not the right color for a wedding. You may know a beautiful gown or ivory. This is not a good choice because it is possible that you may be mistaken for the bride or bridesmaids, and this is simply not on.
A perfect choice would be that of a neutral color is a collision with a shade of flowers or pastel or darker than it is not at the wedding. A maternity evening dress for a wedding is also in pastel shades, which are becoming quite popular.
Your decision is whether the substance is good for you. Wearing a maxi dress for a wedding can be a surprising choice, but do not let a bad decision on the choice of the substance. Flights can be booked well in Jersey, but it is an excellent choice for a wedding dress? I think not! They are much better with a silk or satin. They are very feminine and you are sure, without a touch of sparkle for the bride or God forbid, to his mother.
While maxi dresses are for weddings in style, they are more likely to be a problem if the weather is not playing ball. Remember that most marriages take place during the day with a reception and a party later that evening. You can reduce the risk, numb with cold, if you’re not ready. A touch of style is a matching jacket to add. You’ll be spoiled for choice for jackets, suits Maxi dresses for a wedding.
You want to make sure you have the right pair of shoes suitable for evening wear. For a wedding you want a shoe heel elegant way. Do not go for very high heels, because you’ll be dancing later. Weddings can be very tiring to go to your feet as a compromise between comfort and style.
Finally weaken your jewelry and choose one piece that is a bold and elegant. Go to the top with tons of gold and diamonds makes you look like you’re trying too hard. You must be careful to try not to upstage the bride. Keep decorations minimal and the maxi-dress for the wedding that you visit, that works for you.
Research is stylish and elegant simple if you keep in mind the basic principles. The selection of evening dresses for a wedding is a good choice, and you can dress for many occasions such as weddings Maxi dresses are versatile for wear.
How we can guarantee to attract hundreds of local business operators to the Expo?
A feature of the Geelong Business Expo is the program of FREEbusiness briefing sessions.
Over 40 FREE sessions, presented by experts in their field, on the topics that local business operators want to know more about. That’s 30 hours of free professional development for local business operators and their staff.
If we build it will they come?
We heavily promote the Expo on BAY FM/KRock and within the pages of the Geelong Advertiser, so that local businesses know that the Expo is on, when and where it is on and that it is FREE.
To support our advertising, we also conduct a heap of direct-marketing, primarily via email, as do the many sponsors of the event.
And we make it quick and easy for delegates to register, simply by visiting this web-site, reading through the Expo program and registering FREE online. We even send them a reminder a few days prior to the event.
So – quality content, heavily promoted and easy to access – all available in one place, at one time, locally.
How can we guarantee to deliver them to your site?
Been to an IKEA store? You know how they have one long meandering “snake” corridor from the front door to the cash registers? We have designed the show the same way – to ensure that each and every delegate must pass each and every exhibitor to get to the Business Briefing Rooms at the end of the “snake” . Plus, we don’t have an Exit – all delegates need to go back through the show. And that means that there isn’t a “bad” site in the show.
For those who were at the 2004 Geelong Busines Expo, as exhibitors or delegates, you have seen how this “snake” plan works in action.
Once we have brought the delegates to you, it us up to you how to attract their attention and generate new leads for your business (though, even then, we provide you with some handy hints and tips on how to do this!)
What will your site be like?
Your site will be 2m X 2m or 2m x 4m with two (corner sites) or three grey velcrose receptive walls. We do have a handful of slightly smaller and larger sites. Just let us know the size you would prefer.
Your site comes complete with power, lights and ADSL internet access.
How many sites area available?
Those of you who participated in the 2004 Expo know that we were able to fit over 80 exhibtion sites into the venue. For 2005, as we have chosen to return to the Kardinia Heights Centre which provides the Expo with a number of different breakout rooms for all of our Business Briefing Sessions – we will only be able to accommodate 65 sites. As the 2004 Expo sold out some 4 weeks prior to the event, and as we have less site space available for 2005, we are expecting to sell out well and truely before the Expo yet again!
Do we provide furniture?
No. Many of our exhibitors have different requirements when it comes to “dressing” their sites: some want high impact visual branding, others are after a more intimate “meeting place”. We do provide you with all relevant contacts so that you can order desks, tables, counters, shelves, brochure racks, plants, AV equipment – whatever you need to make the most of your exhibition site. Plus, you can save costs by bringing your own (from home or the office).
What extras do we provide?
Your business will be listed here online approximately 3 business days from when we confirm your site application has been acccepted until four months or so after the event.
You will also be listed in the printed Expo Guide that is given to every delegate.
We ask you to provide a description of your business and what delegates will learn by visiting your site (and your description can include your URL so that your web-site is linked from the Expo Web-Site). You will be asked to provide us with this information when we send you back your site confirmation notificaiton.
You will also be invited to our exclusive networking function. And you will be invited to attend our Exhibitors’ Information Session some 4 weeks prior to the Expo. At this session you will meet with your fellow exhibitors, go through some housekeeping issues – such as security, bump-in and bump-out schedules, catering, etc.
Most importantly, at this session, we will provide you with some handy hints and tips on how to present your business, how to generate leads and what to do with those leads after the Expo and show you a heap of photos of great (and not so great) exhibition sites from expos all over NSW and Victoria.
We will also put you in touch with people like Think 2 Design who will be able to provide you with help and assistance when it comes to your promotional material, graphic design, and signage.
Do you get to select your site placement?
No. We take into account any special request that you have with regard to corner positions or requirement for placement of large display material or equipment. We then “set the show” to ensure the best possible flow of products and services and to make sure that we don’t have direct competitors next to each other.
Who else will be exhibiting at the Expo?
Anyone who provides a product or service to the local business community: from accountants and consultants, to web-developers, graphic designers, office furniture suppliers, car dealers – Just imagine what products and services you use in your own business……Your suppliers and clients will be the kind of businesses who will be exhibiting.
Who is likely to attend the Expo?
The business decision makers of local small to medium size businesses. As a business-to-business event, we will not attract the sheer numbers of people who attend weekend car/travel/boat shows – But we will also not have any wastage: the business operators who choose to take time away from their business because they recognise that they need access to your products and services, are serious about growing their business – attending the free business briefing sessions and meeting you.
How much is your site?
2m x 2m sites are $480 including gst for the 2 days of the Expo 2m x 4m sites are $960 including gst for the 2 days of the Expo
And, where we can, we will provide advice on how you can effectively manage your Expo budget – including examples of what we have learnt from very creative exhibitors at our other expos.
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Today, the term “mobile marketing” refers to marketing on or with a smart phone or mobile device, such as a tablet. It could be Short Message Service (SMS) messaging (known by most as “texting”), having a mobile optimized website, delivering a slide-show or animated presentation or it could be “in-game” mobile marketing. In the end there are a number of methods involved when we talk about mobile marketing.
According to Wikipedia, the most accurate definition for today’s mobile marketing is the following: “using interactive wireless media to provide customers with time and location sensitive, personalized information that promotes goods, services and ideas, thereby generating value for all stakeholders”.
When you consider the sheer volume of smart phones and mobile devices being sold and activated today as a business owner, you can’t ignore mobile marketing. While there are a number of ways to get involved, the two every business owner should do are making sure their website has been optimized for mobile users and checking into text messaging.
When a smart phone user visits your site, and it isn’t optimized for mobile browsers, you’re delivering a bad user experience. The smart phone user has to magnify the site so they can read it, then scroll to find what they are looking for – all of which is a pain. And, if they have a form to fill out, it’s a whole new pain to deal with. If you have a mobile optimized site, they’ll be greeted with an easy to use menu and screens that were built for someone using a smaller screen. That’s a much better user experience.
As for texting, current statistics show that almost 90% of all text messages get opened within three minutes of their delivery. Imagine what a difference it would make if your marketing message reached 90% of your ideal market. With today’s technology, that’s exactly what you can do.
You can easily build an SMS list of your clients and communicate to them when you have a special to announce or an unexpected opening you need to fill. For example: Let’s say you run a hair salon and one of you appointments cancels at the last minute. You could send out a text to a number of your clients saying you had a last minute cancellation and if they can get in here in the next 10 minutes you’ll give them $5 off. They win by getting a discount and you win because the time that would have been wasted has just been filled with a paying client.
There are many more ways you can use SMS messaging in your mobile marketing. The key is if you have taken care of your website and signed up for SMS messaging it should be one of the next things you do in marketing your business.
You can learn more by downloading your free copy of Molosomar’s Small Business Guide to Mobile Marketing.