TSNN Unveils Newly Designed Web Site, Suite of E-newsletters
Trade Show News Network (TSNN), the No 1 online news site for the trade show industry in the U.S., unveiled its newly designed web site and suite of TSNN e-newsletters.
“TSNN reaches more than 150,000 trade show and event professionals through our TSNN web site and newsletters every month,” said TSNN President and Editor-in-chief Rachel Wimberly.
ASP also re-designed TSNN’s e-newsletters, and EXPOmktg implemented the design for a sleek, easy-to-read and colorful look.
The TSNN web site not only features TSNN’s popular breaking news stories, but also news in sectors such as associations, medical/pharma, green, event technology and much more.
TSNN also partners with bloggers throughout the trade show industry who write valuable pieces on how event and trade show professionals could do their jobs easier.
TSNN’s suite of newsletters are all complimentary, and to subscribe go HERE.
Other resources available on the site include TSNN’s Research Reports. The Attendance Marketing. Exhibit Sales and Sponsorship and Event Technology reports all have been published and are available HERE.
Next up is the Convention & Exhibition CEO Survey, which will be available in September and give an eye-opening look into what keeps these CEOs up at night.
TSNN also features the largest online event database for shows in the U.S., as well as a massive international show database. If you want to list your show (complimentary), please visit HERE.
Also, complimentary to show organizers to search through and suppliers to the industry to list on, is TSNN’s extensive vendor list. If you want to list your company, go HERE.
As always, if you have any news to submit, please send to: Lisa Plummer, senior content editor, email@example.com.
Stay tuned for a new publication launch coming as well in September!
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