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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....

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I wanted to discuss dating. Whether you are dating outside of the Experiential Marketing industry, or you’ve chosen to date a fellow EXP, mixing business with pleasure may result in bliss or chaos. I elaborate on dating as a EXP...

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...

I did!  Couples can have an advantage in the field of Experiential Marketing. This is especially true for touring EXPs, as it is for many careers that involve travel. There are many reasons for this; a few include shift driving, management responsibilities can be shared between...

As a brand ambassador, manager, or trained product specialist, it is important that you know your worth and understand that you may have to take less compensation in order to gain the knowledge and experience needed to request more money for the next opportunity. This may...

In my book You Do What? I provide readers with a list of characteristics to possess in order to become a reputable brand ambassador in the Experiential Marketing field. I have listed four tips below: Flexibility and versatility - whether it is in event day or...