White Label World Expo will be occurring the 1st & 2nd of September 2021 at Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCVA) in Las Vegas (United States).
This unmissable event places thousands of online sellers, suppliers and buyers from across the globe all under one roof, ensuring that our attendees leave full of inspiration and ready to take the ind... Show moreVisit website
Reviews and Ratings
Should you go to White Label World Expo? Read verified reviews by Tradefest members to help you decide.
9/14/21, 3:00 AM
What a waste of time.
What a waste of time. Mostly people with CBD booths that were completely clueless I came for while label like the first year in Las Vegas Nothing like the first year. Spent $1000.00 on a wasted trip. Even the KeyNote Speakers were Clueless. What a wasted trip.Translate
9/4/21, 5:36 PM
I will NEVER come back
I was given classic sales pitch that there will be buyers ready to sign contracts. I was told buyers will be brought directly to me by name and companies. I was told that my business information will be given to these buyers. After attending the White Label Expo, Vegas all that was promised to me quickly went away. From I was too busy, we don't know who the buyers are, etc. After speaking to other small black owned businesses we all felt the same way. The Expo price gouge you. After spending $5,500 there were additional fees of $218 for electricity use. Along with other additional fees/costs. There were two food courts, one was outrageously priced (4 slices of pizza and 2 bottled water for $40) and the second food court was more reasonably priced. My personal experience was terrible, I will never return, those who I spoke with shared the same feelings about this Expo. I am a very honest person and I hate to be lied to. Very costly and bad experience. Personally, this trip cost me $10,000 and I only made $200, less than 1%. I am the Sole Proprietor, not Marketing ManagerTranslate
5/20/21, 2:21 PM
Fake Reviews everywhere!
One thing that I know for a fact is that there are fake reviews everywhere. You will find the vast majority of reviews are bad ones about the terrible culture that Prysm Group supports. And then all of the good reviews are BY EMPLOYEES.Translate
4/21/21, 11:31 PM
Very unprofessional company
We were slated to exhibit at this expo, but then our rep started harassing us at all hours for money, being incredibly unprofessional, texting incessantly about other projects he wanted us to fund/invest in, etc We rescinded our interest in the show and asked for a refund due to the unprofessionalism of the rep, and the company refuses to refund our deposit. The Head of Customer Affairs, James, actually mocked me, told me it “was a personal problem” their employee harassed us, and was incredibly rude throughout. It seems to be rampant unprofessional behavior from the top down. No responsibility whatsoever. We had left the door open for possibly exhibiting in the future, but after the conversation today, we will never be working with this company.Translate
3/19/21, 5:11 PM
So many opportunities under one roof
You may have done your homework on the best ways to attract attention online, but what about in person? Meeting with potential customers face-to-face means you can talk freely about your brand and answer questions on the spot. You have the chance to showcase your passion for your business, and that genuine attitude can create amazing first impressions. I was able to speak about my little farm and what I was doing on day one. I had a line at my booth from that point in. It was awesome.Translate
3/16/21, 9:34 PM
Skeptical but took the chance
Got a call one day from one of the event managers and ended up signing a booking form that day. Ben and Seth added me onto their match making program and within my 2nd month of marketing i landed a 3 deals just under 3k with 3 different distributors on the west coast cbd market for d8. Highly recommend if you're looking to grow in whole sale or no label bulk sales take the chance and it will pay dividends.Translate
3/16/21, 9:24 PM
I'll be back next year
We had an amazing show! I literally sold out of stock on the first day and had to start taking back orders!Translate
3/16/21, 9:19 PM
Best Show I have attended
Honestly the people that complain about the show are the ones who sign up and simply can not afford it, I was marketed to the associated skin care professionals and got into 20 stores in a month. I went to the show last February and to say the least I went from making lip gloss in my living room to manufacturing in a warehouse in my hometown.Translate
2/2/21, 4:42 AM
Potential Small Businesses
This is a warning to small businesses. The cancellation fee is over $2k, which this company is not forthcoming with and there is no wiggle room regardless of any amendments to the contract. I believe they target small businesses during the pandemic with promises of numerous advertisements, which are very slim. Each business is really in charge of their own advertising. Prysm does very little. Check their FB and Instagram. Very little effort in getting their audience engaged and very few likes for their upcoming vendors.Translate
4/14/20, 4:41 PM
Lots of buyers, we did really well
We exhibited in feb 2020 and it was packed with online retail buyers and amazon sellers, I had never heard of the event before but it was well organised and our booth was constantly busy, we took so many orders on the first morning that I had to call my office to fly in 2 more staff to help. I have now signed up for booths at the UK and European shows. I thought it was quite expensive when I signed up initially but I did so much trade that it was really good value for my budget in the end.Translate
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