Make Your Booth Pop with a Great Trade Show Backdrop!

Nearly everything about a trade exhibit is about catching people’s attention and keeping it. You also want a  system for capturing contact information and that sort of thing, but of course, that only becomes possible after your exhibit has caused someone to want to talk to you. In many ways, the trade show backdrop is the foundation of the exhibit. It whispers, “Everything here has to do with this.” Of course, defining what this is in a valuable way is the goal. Below we’ll talk about planning your trade show backdrop design, as well as a couple of fun ideas...
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Portable Trade Show Displays: Ideas & Inventory

Buy or rent? Template or custom? Strobe lights or spotlights (or both?)? These and other questions beg to be answered by every trade show exhibitor. One way to narrow your choices and see just how much you can take care of by yourself is to target portable trade show displays. Many portable trade show displays are less expensive to buy than their heavier, bulkier counterparts and if you take good care of them, they can last through many shows. Below, we’ll take a quick introduction through portable trade show displays and talk about some...
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3 Awesome Retail Display Ideas We Love

 

It’s no secret that compelling retail display ideas are more important than they’ve ever been. If so much foot traffic is staying home these days to shop online, a brick-and-mortar store simply can’t afford to miss the chance to leave a lasting impression on the people who do come in. And if they can use those customers to bring in their friends, why, you might just have a winning business.

Specific retail display ideas depend on the store. But If you have a working awareness of what’s possible to complement your intimate knowledge of your business, those specific ideas...
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Understanding Custom Trade Show Exhibits


At this point in history, there are so many trade show exhibit kits to be discovered in the
Idea Gallery that the odds of designing something truly novel from scratch are slim. That is, if you try to work from the ground up like that, you’ll probably still come out with something that’s identical (or nearly) to a kit that has a number and has already been used in a hundred other trade shows. Why waste time getting to square one when we can start there?

Sometimes, clients or even designers question whether embellishing on an already-numbered kit...
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