Exhibit Design and Marketing

RFP FOR YOUR BOOTH DESIGN [50 years of experience in the works]

Posted on Jul 15, 2019 1:02:58 PM

 

GOOD DESIGN IS GOOD TRADE

AND, IT ALL STARTS WITH THE RIGHT RFP

 

 

Your exhibit house needs enough information in a Request for Proposal (RFP) so the design team understands what your company goals are for the show. You are an expert on your company’s marketing goals and products, and the exhibit designers are experts in exhibit design.

You have a vision for how you would like the booth to look, and the exhibit designers have the training and experience to optimize that vision, and if given the right amount of information the designers can “Wow” your attendees with a booth design that tickles their imagination.

Let’s take a deeper dive into what your Request for Proposal (RFP) for a trade show booth should include.

Read More

Topics: Silicon valley trade show booth design, Trade Show Booth Design, booth design, RFP

DESIGN LUMINESCENCE & EMOTIONAL ENUNCIATION FOR YOUR TRADE SHOW BOOTH DESIGN

Posted on May 29, 2019 1:31:52 PM

emotional-booth-design-ideas

 

LUMINOUS DESIGN PULSATES— IT FEARLESSLY ROTATES — IT REPEATS AND IT SPINS. IT IS DYNAMIC AND DISRUPTIVE —  GET TO KNOW IT's STAGGERING ABSURDITIES AND It's ENTHUSIASTIC PRINCIPLES

Creating with desirous elements for your exhibit does require some money, but definitely not a MFA degree in art. However, it will definitely help you if you have an understanding in the "yin and yang" of behavioral co-dependence. Having said that, your creative determination coupled with the expertise of your exhibit house is destined to transform your exhibit design into a pulsating luminous space for interaction and experimentation.

Get going with these scintillating ideas that communicate your brand's unique vision and your company's definitive mission.

 

Read More

Topics: Exhibit Design, Booth Display Design, Booth Design Inspiration, Trade Show Booth Design, Sarmistha Tarafder

GUIDELINES AND BRAND CONSTRUCTS FOR YOUR TRADE SHOW BOOTH DESIGN

Posted on Mar 14, 2019 5:57:52 PM

 


 

THE GUIDELINES BELOW ARE USED AS A CRUTCH TO DRIVE HOME WHAT SEEMS TO BE AN IMPORTANT CHALLENGE FOR OUR AUDIENCE— HOW DO I STAND OUT?

 

THE SOLE INTENTION OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO HELP YOU EXPAND YOUR BRAND HORIZON WITH THESE EYE POPPING REALIZATIONS!

 

Use this article to learn the realities of the show floor.

KNOW THAT YOUR MODULAR EXHIBIT DESIGN MIGHT LOOK FANTASTIC ON PAPER, BUT NOT NECESSARILY ON THE SHOW FLOOR.

There are some standard display rules and regulations for exhibiting at trade shows and expositions in the U.S.A. If you are a veteran trade show manager or events coordinator refer to these trade show exhibit rules and regulations periodically to make sure they are in compliance, so show management doesn’t have to tell them to modify their booth structure on-site. If you are not, give us a call, we will help you sort it out.

 

Read More

Topics: Graphic Design, Exhibit Design, Hanging Display Banners, Hanging Structure, trade show booths, Visual Marketing, Trade Show Booth Design, themed booth design

BAD TRADE SHOW BOOTH LOCATION? MITIGATE IT WITH THESE STEPS

Posted on Apr 24, 2017 1:23:39 PM

 

 

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO CLIMB OUT FROM A BAD BOOTH POSITION

 

Don’t let a less than desirable booth location get you discouraged. Sure, certain booth locations are better for high foot traffic and visibility, but booth location is only one of the many factors that can determine the effectiveness of your display. By using creative booth design, having the right employees present, and implementing a holistic marketing strategy, you can more than make up for a corner booth.


Take a look at some strategies to mitigate your booth location.

Read More

Topics: Bay Area Trade show display, Booth Design for Trade Shows, Trade Show Booth Design, Trade show booth logistics, value of trade shows

Join 140,000+ exhibitors who has profited from our insights

 

4_principles

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ideas to make your marketing memorable

creative ideas for trade shows

 

 

Follow Me