Altitude Intimates First Impression

Adore Intimates Peline Kurtdarcan with buyers at Altitude

Above: Adore Intimates Peline Kurtdarcan with buyers at Altitude Intimates.

How do you a judge a trade show’s success? By the number of booths? Exhibitor list? Foot traffic?

The answer, in my opinion, boils down to two key metrics: interaction and engagement.

Ajour Intimates Altitude Booth

Above: Ajour Lingerie.

If you see buyers and press interacting positively with brands at their booths, chances are your trade show is doing something right (and someone is writing orders!).

At Altitude Intimates this week, you have a show succeeding at connecting businesses in person.

Kixies' Samantha DeMartini with Tara Stravinsky of Tyes by Tara

Above: Kixies’ Samantha DeMartini with Tara Stravinsky of Tyes by Tara at Altitude’s pool side networking event.

Several brands like Tyes.by.Tara already report orders written at the show. “I walked into the show at 9am this morning and the buyer’s at Aren’t We Naught in Toronto placed an order.” said Tyes.by.Tara founder, Tara Stravinsky.

Shirley of Hollywood

Above: Shirley of Hollywood.

What’s more, with Altitude’s pool side networking event, it feels like the show organizers are creating what feels like a community around their show.

Below, we’ve included a few images of brands doing business at Altitude. Stay tuned for our show recap!

Fantasy Lingerie

Above: Fantasy Lingerie.

Erin Sue of Lace.com at the Popsi Lingerie Booth

Popsi Lingerie

Above: Erin Sue of Lace.com at the Popsi Lingerie Booth.

Felina Altitude Booth

Above: Felina Lingerie.

Colette and Sebastian Altitude Booth

Above: a busy Colette and Sebastian Altitude Booth.

Rago's Steve Chernoff with buyers at Altitude Intimates

Rago shapwear

Above: Rago’s Steve Chernoff with buyers.

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