About AmCham T&T’s HSSE Conference & Exhibition 2016
The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad & Tobago (AMCHAM T&T) is proud to announce that its 20th Annual Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) Conference and Exhibition will be held on November 08th and 09th 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad. This year’s theme is “Innovative HSSE Strategies for Today’s Challenges”.
AMCHAM T&T’s HSSE Conference & Exhibition is the largest gathering of professionals from the fields of Occupational Safety and Health, Security, Environment and Disaster Management under the same roof. Over three hundred (300) of these professionals from the local business community, public sector, regulatory agencies and non – governmental organizations are expected to attend. This two (2) day conference will include a number of Technical Sessions, and Panel Discussions.
Should you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact Melissa Pierre at (T) 622-4466/0340 ext. 227 or via email at email@example.com . I thank you for your consideration and look forward to your participation!
Special Rates available at the Hyatt Regency Hotel- Guest Room Rate- US$149. Simply contact Hyatt and indicate ‘AMCHAM’s HSSE 2016 Conference.’
As part of the mandate of the AMCHAM HSE Committee to create national awareness and ensure learning and professional development of the nation’s youth we have extended invitations to 100 secondary students at the form five and form six level to attend the 15th Annual HSSE Conference & Exhibition – Youth Forum. The students will receive presentations from HSE professionals on the following topics:
Environmental Pollution & Climate Change
Health & Disease
These HSE related topics are all components of the CAPE syllabus in the subject areas of Biology, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Environmental Science and Geography.
A session on career guidance facilitated by a motivational speaker and middle to senior management professionals in related fields will follow the presentations in the afternoon session. This session will include an overview of career options in the field. This is an excellent academic and career building opportunity for our nation’s youth
TRADE SHOW TIPS
1. BOOTH DESIGN
Design should be clean and uncluttered, and able to attract potential visitors quickly.
Do some pre-show publicity by phone or mail to advise your customers and new prospects that you will be an exhibitor. Describe any new products you will be introducing and let them know that you look forward to seeing them at your booth.
Tell us which customers you would like to invite to the exhibition, and we would send them personal invitations.
Questions for customers could include:
Do you already sell products similar to ours? If so, which brands?
Would you be interested in hearing more about our product?
ALWAYS follow up on the new contacts you make at the exhibit and the sooner the better. Answer any questions they may have raised, and thank them for visiting your display.
Ensure that your sales team knows why you decided to attend this particular show and what you hope to gain from it. The better they understand your motives, the better they will convey the right message to prospective customers.
Do NOT eat or drink or use a phone in the booth. These activities discourage persons from visiting the booth
Have specific goals, e.g. gain a certain number of sales leads.
Give a quick presentation and move on to the next available potential customer
Don’t improvise. Memorize a sales pitch to ensure effective delivery.
AMCHAM T&T would be having two exhibitor’s competitions: Your booth at the HSSE Conference is essential to your brand recognition. Therefore we would like to award those exhibitors whose booths are noticed as outstanding designs, as well as those exhibitors who get the most votes amongst ‘Walk-in’ customers and Conference participants.
Most Creative Best Booth competition, where we would be looking at Customer Participation/Interest, Appealing and Creative Use of Space, Innovative and Original Marketing, and Effort Shown in Booth Display.
People’s Choice competition, where the booth with the most votes will be the winner