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... Show Morearket golf adventure sports and travel. Show Less
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
I enjoyed the products available all good quality products and all vendors were there to give you a special price so that you could try their latest technology. I bought items that I have never used before at a wholesale price and have loved each one.
The one thing I noticed there were too many similar vendors also in the past the vendors would give free treats we really didn't get much. There a couple of vendors that were rude one was with air conditioner and heating and the other one was selling back massager where you sit down on a chair and get a massage But other wise my friend and me had a great time
Wanted more variety of companies. Majority of companies were food companies.Signage was poor from the parking lot to the show floor. There was not enough signage indicating where level 300 was located.
Badly indicated another events signs were much better. Expo sign almost looked hand written and way too small. Also could not find free entry on phone so went ahead and paid, only 10$ but not happy on principle