+National Event Management Inc. is a leader in the development production and management of consumer and trade shows and special events. Known throughout the industry for our consumer show expertise we supplement our knowledge with an uncompromising commitment to quality and customer service. National Event Management currently produces 36 events annually across North America with offices in Toronto and Montreal. NEMs events span a variety of industries including franchise and investment womens m
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Last years show was better. This year we decided to be prepared and bring a bag on wheels with us so we could shop comfortably. By having a trolley bag if we go to a booth and want to buy something that my be heavy or cumbersome to carry throughout the show then we could put the item purchased in the bag and keep on shopping instead of making a note to try to come back before we leave the show. This year the show producers thought it would be a great idea to ban the use of wheeled bags, making it more difficult to shop and hurting the vendors bottom line. Instead they opted to do a blatent money grab by forcing people to use the coat check to check their wheeled bags. Though clearly there were some people that were the exception to the rule. Its terrible, I was planning on shopping alot but i decided not to buy much because I did not want to get too tired from lugging things throughout the show.
Hi, to whom it may concern. Thanks in advance for the great work and time that such an event involves. A constructive critique; Woman's show 2023, felt like a flee market. Very disorganized. Juice boxes to products for the face. All mixed together. No flow at all, booths were to tide and one on top of the other. It should be separated by sections as an example: All drinks in a section. Food (sweets and desserts separated from food ). Clothing away from cheese cakes. Personal care fare from food. Sausages sold beside nails! I am even surprised that such a mix was permitted specially after Pandemic. Now-days that should have been carefully handled. The market at all levels suffered 3 consecutive years. Thanks for organizing it, but it is still a long way to go for it to be considered an International show.
was a great show, but I recommend not putting all the categories together. For example. All health and wellness all together. For marketing purposes , it would be more beneficial if they are spreadout through the show. tough competing with the same industry in the same section. Thank you for all your hard work
Although the staff who greeted us were very professional and attentive, the event was much smaller than expected. My advanced registration was nowhere to be found so I had to re-register. Most of them were business as we have never heard of. With the exception of Minute Man and Allstate; there was nothing that was familiar. Many were too small to replace a professional income. Having more variety would have been better. Most of the vendors themselves were attentive, but some were understaffed with only one person at the booth. We even experienced one vendor (a financier of sorts) who literally sat in his chair with ear pods in, his mouth hanging open, very casually dressed and sitting there like a potato. We tried to ask him questions about his business and was simply greeted with a gesture toward their pamphlets. Not so much as a smile or a single word. So unprofessional. Thankfully the majority of the vendors were very professional, but not enough variety. We found only two