Feb 19, 2018
Where does Intel’s Events Program Manager find inspiration? For Victor Torregroza, the world is full of experiential marketing-but not where you might expect it. Victor shares how he finds creative innovative ideas in nature, in open markets, at museums, and even in restaurants. If you have ever wondered how a company like Intel plans, delivers, and measures and delights at their exhibits, this episode has the inside story and more!
Avoid FOMO (fear of missing out) and make sure to listen all the way to the end for a first-hand account of what one of the biggest exhibitors at CES 2018 did to meet the challenge of total darkness during the black out at the show. Discover how you can take attendee experience to a new level from an 8 x 10 to large exhibits.
“One of the first things, I learned in the exhibit industry…is volume and scale. You are buying that entire volume of space for your brand, for your strategy, to delight people and to really own that space.” Victor Torregroza, Intel
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Victor shares not only a unique way of experiencing the world, he also gives a detailed account of what it was like to experience total darkness at the brightest trade show-CES 2018. Be sure to listen and find out what Intel did to help attendees and their staff during one of the most memorable experiences on the trade show floor.
Victor’s Favorite Resources:
Epicurious - Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33000 recipes.
Nature Go outside and see what is around you.
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Credits: A big thanks as always to Christy Haussler at Team Podcast for editing this episode!