Micro-Enterprise at the TASH Conference Opens Doors to New Opportunities

Dylan Kuehl, a past TASH Conference exhibitor and attendee, has used the conference as a way to build his personal and professional experience. Thank you, Dylan, for sharing this! And remember, you can check out Dylan’s products at https://www.oly-wa.us/dkarts/index.php.   

I have been privileged to be an exhibitor at the TASH conference for the last few years. In that time I have learned how important events like these are, not only for my business but for me personally.

One of the benefits to my business has been an increase in sales. I love to sell my products. It puts a smile on my face to see my customers enjoying my artwork and getting to build relationships with my customers.  Another benefit to my business is networking and marketing. Marketing is vital to every business. It must be done constantly. One of the ways I am able to market my business is through the business relationships I make while exhibiting. Networking is also very important because the people I have met have recommended me for other jobs, speaking and exhibiting at other conferences throughout the United States and abroad. Every chance to get the name of my business out there is money back into my business.

On a personal level, I get to practice using my social skills which is of great importance. The more I get to practice this vital skill, the more it grows and flourishes. This is a great benefit in all areas of my life, not just in business. I also love that I get the chance to be a role model. That I get the opportunity to help shape other people’s lives for the better and show them that anything is possible if you really want it bad enough. I enjoy helping others realize that they too can reach for their dreams and see them achieve their true potential in whatever their passion may be. And of course, I also get to talk to a bunch of cute girls!

To learn more about our very exciting exhibiting opportunities at the 2011 TASH Conference, click here!