Tech conventions and conferences are rapidly gaining popularity. Nowadays, you will find increasing numbers of self-confessed nerds are attending conventions and conferences to get ahead of the game and find out all of the latest developments in the tech world. It’s not really all too surprising. Cutting-edge technology is being developed all of the time, and often the public won’t hear about it until it’s released by a major brand for extortionate prices. Conventions and conferences allow you direct access with the developers and first runs of certain projects, allowing you to discuss new developments in greater depth and try out the latest software and hardware before most others even know of its existence. However, it’s not only potential consumers attending these things. They pose great potential for business owners and professionals too. You can put your own work out there to be discussed, sampled, evaluated, and reviewed too. The one problem? Standing out. When it comes down to it, a lot of tech-oriented things look a little bland from the outside and are relatively difficult to explain to someone without a heap of industry-specific knowledge. Your stall or stand could quickly blend into the hoard of others surrounding it. But not to worry. There are ways to counter all of these problems in one way or another. Here are a few different ways to ensure that you and your work stand out at any tech convention or conference.
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