- — RedLorry YellowLorry (@RedLorryPR)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:56:15@katebevan Maybe- but the golden rule of sales is giving people what they want. Until customers stop admiring booth girls, they'll be there
- — RedLorry YellowLorry (@RedLorryPR)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:56:15@katebevan I'm not saying sellers are RIGHT to give people what they 'want', but all marketing is fundamentally driven by consumers
- — RedLorry YellowLorry (@RedLorryPR)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:56:15
- — Alex Young (@regularfry)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:59:05@katebevan *however* if they actually know their stuff, just happen to dress for show (I have met one or two in this mould) it's less clear.
- — Sarah Wolf (@DiabloPR)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:59:05@katebevan absolutely abhor the booth babe thing. Happens during boat shows as well. Looks sleazy. Banter does not equal a sale. End of
- — katie moffat (@katiemoffat)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:59:05@katebevan hate them. But not just at tech conferences, at any event. It's pathetic. Imagining them as men shows how wrong it is.
- — claudineb (@claudineb)Thu, Jan 12 2012 23:59:05@katebevan Not a fan.Doesnt chime w/growing no.women working in tech& increasing importance of female consumers in tech purchasing decisions
Booth babes - the debate
Well, actually, not so much of a debate because mostly, we're all grown-ups and we understand what's appropriate and what's not when it comes to marketing and advertising. This is a collection of the tweets around a conversation I started on the subject of booth babes - enjoy.
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