Will Sampson talks about how trade shows have an ancient history but they are still relevant in the modern world. Then joins a panel of Woodworking Network editors to talk about things they saw at the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta.
This episode of the Woodworking Network Podcast was sponsored by Wood Pro Expo Lancaster. You don’t have to wait a year for the next big industrial woodworking show if you are near the Mid-Atlantic area. Wood Pro Expo Lancaster offers a lot of what the big shows have including machinery in action, a show floor with a wide selection of exhibitors offering show specials, and a conference full of educational sessions to boost your business. All of that in a convenient setting in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Network with peers, learn about ways to improve your business, and see your next machine in action at Wood Pro Expo Lancaster, October 13-14, at Spooky Nook Sports Center. Learn more at WoodProExpoLancaster.com. See you there!
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Intro music courtesy of Anthony Monson.