Posts Tagged ‘Trade Show Rentals’
Monday, February 28th, 2011
Fabric displays are one of the most commonly used display options when it comes to trade shows or exhibitions. Visit any business event and you are sure to see fabric displays in myriad shapes, sizes and designs. These displays are very versatile and also easy to maneuver. This offers great scope for creating some really spectacular displays using these display tools.
Today you can find fabric display structures that are multidimensional, that give a unique look and feel to your kiosk or booth. Using a multidimensional structure at a height lets you capture the attention of the audience even from a good distance. Innovative ideas such as creating a display shaped like your product or your logo will work wonders in imprinting your product or brand in the minds of the trade show visitors.
A fabric display structure can even encompass your entire booth to give the feeling of a distinct and separate space for your business in a crowded trade show or exhibition. If a complete structure is beyond your budget, then simply use individual fabric display stands to enclose a portion of your booth. These stands can display product information or attractive graphics while serving the purpose of creating a ‘private’ space within your stall.
The best part of using fabric displays or structures is that your investment in these is money well spent. You can use and reuse these displays for many events, thus avoiding recurring costs every time you have to participate in a trade show. Simply uninstall the display and fold it away in a compact storage space until it is needed once more.
Friday, February 4th, 2011
Fabric displays are a great way for a business to catch the attention of visitors at a trade show or exhibition. Many businesses are now opting for these eye catching display options to present their business at many such events. The greatest advantages of fabric displays are their portability and affordable cost.
When you use a fabric display for your business, you not only get a vibrant and attractive display piece but also one that can be reused many times over. The fabric can simply be washed and folded away after the event is over. When the next event comes, all you have to do is fix it back up on its frame. Displays with aluminum frames are ideal for this kind of use. The aluminum is durable and lightweight so the entire display is quite easy to carry from your office to the venue. Setting up a fabric display takes just a few minutes and a single person can easily do it on his own. Takedown is just as simple.
Fabric displays are the most cost effective display options you can get. You can opt for two or three fabric display fronts that can go over the same framework. Simply change the fabric portion to get a brand new display for different days of the same event or different events. In this way, you can make sure that you always have something new to offer in your exhibition stall even for repeat visitors. This adds to the variety of your presentation.
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
At the 2011 international CES trade show displays, Ford introduced their first ever fully electric car. Talk about this happening has been going on for almost a decade now. Currently, only 3 manufacturers including Ford have come out with a version of their own. Ford’s car of choice is the Focus. Instead of designing a separate car, Ford’s plan is to give consumers the choice between gas and electric. Best buy has even teamed up with Ford to begin selling its home electric car chargers. The charger will retail for $1499 without installation.
Although Nissan and Chevrolet have both come out with electric cars of their own, Ford seems to have the edge. The focus only takes 3-4 hours to recharge. That is half the time it takes to recharge the Nissan Leaf. It’s also definitely the best looking car in its class. The estimated cost to fully charge the car is between 2 and 3 dollars. Ford has not come out with a mile range yet, but has said that it will meet the daily driving needs of most people.
This car comes equipped with Ford’s mytouch system. It displays the battery charge state, expected range, distance to the nearest charge point, navigation and more. It also has a mobile application that allows users to get updates on the state of charge, when it’s done charging, and anything else on the vehicle. This electric car is predicted to be on the market around the end of 2011.
Monday, June 14th, 2010
When you go to a trade show, you will have a set of objectives to accomplish. Your business offers some value to your customers and you need to communicate this. To do this, you would need to execute your marketing strategy to highlight this value at the trade show event. A well-designed and attractive exhibit never fails to capture the attention of the visitors in a trade show. Whether you are a first time or an experienced exhibiter, unless you participate very frequently, you will probably not find it feasible to invest in a complete booth set-up. This is where trade show booth rentals can help you out.
Few businesses buy exhibits anymore. This is because you have to keep abreast of changing technology and customer preferences. Replacing outdated exhibits means spending more on an event that probably does not take place very frequently. You will also have to find a buyer to dispose your used set-up. Small businesses often do not have the kind of capital to purchase attractive displays and expensive booth equipment, so they turn to trade show booth rentals for their short-term needs.
There are times when you have to attend trade shows at different cities during the same period. This can be a problem especially if you have only one set of exhibit displays. Since there’s no accounting for schedules (they vary as per the whim of trade show organizers), you might be at a loss to get a second set of displays and equipments to cover another event. In these situations, relying on a good trade show booth rentals service is your best bet again.