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Shepard announces an all-inclusive rate designed to improve the exhibiting experience.
Shepard announced today a new, all-inclusive rate option aimed at improving the exhibitor experience at events and trade shows. The new rate structure allows for precise pre-event budgeting, enabling exhibitors to effectively budget their participation and maximize their ROI.
- The elimination of round ups and minimums basing costs on actual freight weight.
- Less surcharges & overtime fees, minimizing surprise costs post-event.
With the launch of the All-Inclusive rate structure, Shepard will now offer multiple rate options, giving organizers the ability to evaluate their unique event needs and choose between a traditional or all-inclusive model depending on which option will be most effective for their participants.
Contact Shepard to learn more about how to activate this new rate structure at your next event.
Shepard is a nationwide, full-service event production company transforming spaces into engaging and immersive environments. With over 100 years’ experience, they provide corporate events, tradeshows, conferences, and exhibits with the solutions needed to produce fresh and evolving face-to-face experiences. Shepard’s solutions include marketing strategy, creative and design, logistics, event technology, digital tools, and production and entertainment.
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Shepard has been chosen as one of the recipients for the 2019 Sustainable Business Award by SGIA. The award recognizes companies efforts to improve their environmental footprint, employee safety and health.
Shepard and Blendr.io today announced tecCONNECT, a joint-venture solution that solves data integration issues for events
Shepard and Blendr.io today announced tecCONNECT, a joint-venture solution that integrates digital platforms to solve challenges of siloed information, manual processes, and data redundancy specific to the events industry.