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5 Things to Do for Your Post Show Wrapup

Post show planning comes into play six to 10 months prior to exhibiting at your event and typically includes review of goals for pre-show, at the show and post show. Here is a checklist to consider when developing your post show strategy that will help your tradeshow and event efforts be more successful.

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Real 10-Yr Treasury Rate Increases for Third Month A generally stable nominal rate and falling rate of inflation are leading to an increased real rate and rate of change. Both are negative indicators for a variety of data points.
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Housing Permits Continue to Improve Housing permits were above 100,000 in April for the first time since June 2008.
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Capacity Utilization Contracts for Second Month in a Row Capacity utilization is weakening at a faster rate than industrial production.
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