What does it mean to be The Un-PhotoBooth company?
The truth is, most of your clients are clueless and they will happily lead you and your business down the wrong path. Most business owners still believe the old adage that the customer is always right and if “The customer is usually wrong” few teach or care to admit it. But itʼs the foundation on which Steve Bliesner and his team have built their highly successfully photo booth business. Stop focusing on what your clients say they want. Itʼs your brand. You set the tone. You tell them what they want. Do that, and not only will they love you for it, you will build a photo booth brand like no other.
Steve will show you when (and how) its OK to tell clients theyʼre wrong, what the traits of an awesome photo booth brand are and how to be an Un-PhotoBooth company.
I was like a little kid in a candy store, going from booth to booth trying everything, touching everything I could, getting info on how it works, how much time will it save on setup and breakdown....
I just had to say how much I loved the expo. I'm new to the industry and thought with all of my research, I had a good handle on where I was headed. But this expo totally flipped me around. I came away with a ton of new ideas as well as new connections with some phenomenal people. I was really pleased with how warm and helpful people in this community are. I already can't wait until next year!
Fantastic show! Well worth the flight costs from Scotland, I really enjoyed all aspects of it.
It was great meeting like minded people from all over the world! I probably would have never met my vendors face to face if it wasn't for this conference. I'm so happy that we spent the time and money to come, we learned some cool tricks, have new friends, and more inspiration.
As a small, family owned, photo booth company in the Midwest, the Photo Booth Expo put us in touch with knowledgable individuals and the many resources that are available for this growing industry. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience.
Excellent opportunity to mingle with all the newbies. The biggest danger to our genre in the event business is people not taking care of their customers properly. These customers may get a bad taste in their mouth and that hurts us all. We must help the new comers to meet a minimum standard of service for the industry and this expo is the best chance to help each other HANDS DOWN.