Be sure to follow-up on your leads after your appointments are over. Find out how the buyer wants to receive follow-ups (e-mail? telephone?). If you promise materials or answers to specific questions – respond in a timely manner. You may also consider using the RVC mobile app message feature to send a quick note.
Ask if in doubt.
Many information desks are on-site to ensure you have a productive, enjoyable and memorable RVC experience. The RVC Registration Desk is your one-stop source of all information. They are there to answer all your questions regarding registration queries and the appointment system (change, add or cancel appointments for you). The Goodkey Show Services Desk (Marketplace) is there to support you on all booth related questions. Lastly, the Tourism Calgary desk will be pleased to assist you with maps, tourism information, restaurant reservations and RVC specific questions.
Be Open. Be a Mentor. And Remember, We’re ALL Hosts!
Attending RVC for the first time can be intimating, so don‘t forget to be approachable and look friendly. Regular attendees have built strong friendships over the years of attending RVC – if you make friends with one of them, they can easily introduce you to more opportunities. Rely on your DMO and PMO to answer questions and to make introductions. Don’t just sit with your group or your provincial delegation – mix with others as much as possible and seek out others that are standing alone and introduce yourself to them.