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Any vetted EXP will attest that life on the road as a tour manager or tour staff member is completely different from executing events in-market. For one, stability is nonexistent. A willingness and ability to adapt to changes on the fly become second nature for...

Top 5 Instead of providing you with a "list of tips" to kill any interview, I wanted to switch it up a bit and provide you with an "interview question cheat sheet". Over the years, these are a few of the Top 5 Questions I have...

In a previous blog, I discussed planning for slow periods as an EXP. A topic that is similar in nature is how essential it is to budget your funds during both slow and busy periods. So here are a few tips to keep in mind...

When I began my career as an EXP, I was given a six-page list of over 200+ Experiential Marketing and staffing agencies to sign up with to obtain consistent opportunities. Through my experiences as an EXP, I have compiled my list of the top 10...

I provided you with resume tips for success on a previous blog, however, I wanted to update you with a few additional pieces of information to keep in mind when beginning and advancing as an EXP. Consistent opportunities and a solid network of account managers...

Making the transition from brand ambassador to product specialist is a common route for many EXPs who are looking to progress in the Experiential Marketing industry. I loved interacting and engaging with consumers, so it was a great next step and one which afforded my...

I have been hearing from many vetted EXPs about the sense of entitlement they have encountered with both new and experienced EXPs in the industry. Requests for higher compensation, extra break times, compensation for additional travel and expenses: The list can go on for hours....

You applied, interviewed, spoke with the account manager, and were awarded your first event opportunity as an EXP. Congratulations! Obtaining your first event is exciting, but you may be thinking, "Oh shoot, now what?" Yes, preparing to execute your first event as an EXP may...

It’s Time for the 1st Annual EXP Elite Awards! Vote for the best EXPs and Agencies of 2018. Give the gift of validation and thanks to your favorite EXPs in the following categories: Male EXP of the Year Female EXP of the Year EXP Team of...