Back to Business: Lessons Learned from Small to Medium Sized Summer Shows
Recorded On: 09/21/2022
Whether big or small, 2022 is showing an uptick in the trade show exhibition world. With that, comes the new era of taking a fresh look and a different perspective in how we do business. Hear from this panel of small to medium-sized exhibition organizers who have held shows over the summer and gain insights into their success, how they have shifted their attendee acquisition tactics and adapted their exhibitor relations and communications process post-COVID.
Hear from this informative panel of event organizers to discuss the challenges, lessons learned, and opportunistic strategies used to get back to business.
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Vice President of Administration
Nations Best Sports
Angela Mooney is an officer for Nation’s Best Sports (NBS) serving as Corporate Secretary and Vice President of Administration. She joined NBS in 1980. Her role at NBS consists of managing Human Resources and the overall administration of the Events Department.
Morgan Hobbs, CEM
Event & Exhibit Manager
Nations Best Sports
Morgan Hobbs is the Event & Exhibit Manager at Nation’s Best Sports (NBS) and has been with the company for five years. Morgan oversees the day-to-day operations of the NBS Events Department including six Market Floor plans, industry tradeshow booth designs, Market logistics, Market badge and hotel registration and all exhibit hall layouts. She also works closely with their show decorator, Freeman.
Morgan joined NBS is May 2018 after completing her undergraduate career at The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. She earned a dual bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Sports Management with an emphasis in Graphic Design.
Angelica Stehling, CMP
Director of Events & Partnerships
Texas Association of Builders
Angelica Stehling graduated from the University of Texas in Austin in 1986 and after spending a year traveling, she has spent the last 35 years focused on the hotels and meetings industry in Texas! She started on the supplier side, with hotels and convention centers, and moved into meeting planning and trade shows for Texas Associations in 1993. During that time, she worked for Texas Safety Association, Texas Apartment Association and has been with the Texas Association of Builders for the last 16 years. Throughout her career, becoming a member and getting involved with MPI and IAEE has helped her tremendously, both personally and professionally. She served on the MPI-Texas Hill Country Chapter board and the IAEE-Central Texas Chapter board. She has met many industry mentors and friends and learned so much through involvement with these organizations. This year she and her husband, Tod, (who is also in the trade show industry) will celebrate 29 years of marriage. Of all their accomplishments they are most proud of their children Catherine, 26 and Matthew 24.