CSR Exhibition Service
Using CSR to cut through the noise and increase engagement at your stand.
An eye catching CSR activity is a fantastic way to cut through the visual clutter at a large event
The o3e CSR exhibition service provides a great conversation starter, drawing people to your stand naturally, through meaning, purpose and authenticity.
Research suggests that 80% of consumers will tell their friends and family about a company’s CSR efforts, that’s because customers are basing their buying decisions on a companies global outlook. This supports the idea that a CSR/Charity activity will drive referrals both at your event and beyond. Similar research shows 90% of consumers are more likely to trust a company where CSR practice is clear. With 90% actually switching or choosing a company based on strong CSR policies or goals.
Including CSR and a charity activity in your event is an obvious and awesome way to genuinely engage with people.
Charity Bike Build
Build a bike for charity. A highly engaging activity that captures the imagination and attention of the delegates. Sparing 5 minutes enables the delegates to become part of the exhibitors CSR story and give back to charity.
Participation enables engagement to continue long past the end of the exhibition. Follow up is essential with feedback from the recipient charity being communicated to the participants of the Charity Bike Build event.
An OnBoard Challenge as an activity on an exhibition stand adds an extraordinary dynamic. Delegates will participate in a meaningful charity challenge that will bring a visible, colourful and artistic addition to the stand.
Finished boards create a picture of your CSR effort and participants will revisit to see how the stand is shaping up throughout the event.
OnBoard is a great opportunity to talk about how seriously your company takes CSR and leave a lasting memory in your potential customers’ mind.
Eco Exhibition Booths
Transform plastic waste into engaging and sustainable events. Suitable for exhibitions, product launches, pop-up shops and experiences.
Most exhibition booths are clad in single-use, non-recyclable, toxic plastics, which are either incinerated, sent to landfill (or worse…), when they are finished with.
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