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Samsung books Spark event staffing for San Francisco medical show

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October 3, 2013

Boston, MA–For the third time, consumer electronics giant Samsung has tapped Spark Presentations for trade show support.

Samsung has booked a team of Spark trade show staffers to provide on-site support at the TCT Conference 2013, held at the Moscone San Francisco Convention Center from October 26-November 1, 2013.

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Samsung has booked a Spark trade show staff team for TCT San Francisco

In a bold arrangement with Samsung, the TCT Conference will be providing each of its estimated 12,000 attendees with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet upon registration at the show.

To ensure that TCT Conference staff are prepared to help attendees configure and operate their Samsung Galaxy Tabs, Spark will build a customized three-hour training program on Samsung Galaxy Tab basics, and deliver it to conference staff on site before the show opens. Spark staffers will then remain on site throughout the show at attendee help stations, providing supplemental technical support to attendees as needed.

This is the third trade show for which Samsung has booked a Spark staffing team. Samsung also booked Spark staffers to work in its booths at the InfoComm trade show in June, 2013, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida (see press release and photos), and at the at the ISTE trade show, also in June, 2013, at the San Antonio Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas (see press release). Spark staffers worked in Samsung’s booths attracting attendees, greeting them, qualifying them and directing them to Samsung employees for more help.

Photos of Spark’s trade show staffers at the TCT Conference 2013 will be posted separately following the show.

ABOUT TCT SAN FRANCISCO 2013

Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) is the world’s largest and most important educational meeting specializing in interventional cardiovascular medicine. For 25 years, TCT has been the center of new cutting-edge educational content. TCT showcases the latest advances in current therapies and clinical research and our long-standing commitment to life-saving innovation to translate into improved patient care.

This symposium is designed for interventional cardiologists, radiologists, clinical cardiologists, basic scientists, vascular medicine specialists, cardiac and vascular surgeons, nurses practitioners, cath lab technicians, and other health care professionals with a special interest in the field of interventional and vascular medicine.

ABOUT SPARK PRESENTATIONS

Spark Presentations is a private company founded in 1998 that provides presentation skills training and speech coaching for executives, salespeople, marketers and other businesspeople, plus booth staff training for trade show exhibitors.

Spark also books professional presenters and public speakers to represent its clients at high-profile events, in roles like keynote speaker, trade show booth presenter, master of ceremonies (M.C.) and auctioneer, as well as on camera talent and voice talent.

Spark’s client list includes large corporations like AT&T, Best Buy, FedEx, Hyundai, Intel, Kimberly-Clark, Olympus, Owens-Corning, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and Volvo; high-tech industry players like AMD, Atrion, Citrix, Gigamon, and Symantec; service organizations like Vistage, 1nService and NERCOMP; and New England institutions like the Boston Jewish Film Festival.

Spark’s president, Andy Saks, is also the author of The Presentation Playbook, a three-volume series of books that help businesspeople master common presentation situations by building and running speaking “plays” like a coach or player calls a key play in a game.

For more information on Spark services, please contact Andy Saks via email or Spark’s Contact page.

 

 

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