Archive for the 'Trade Show Displays' Category
January 23rd, 2013 by Paul
In this video we’ll take you through the set up process for the Coyote 8′ Pop Up Display. This display sets up very quickly and come withs a Lifetime Limited Warranty on the hardware. This product line comes in configurations ranging from table (click here to continue reading)
September 4th, 2012 by Paul
As you build your business, you need different types of marketing materials. You may start with business cards, then progress to stationery, and gradually expand into brochures, giveaways, and trade show displays. While this makes (click here to continue reading)
June 27th, 2012 by Paul
If you have attended a few trade shows you likely have noticed that there are a variety of approaches: from bare-bones tables with a single banner to fully decked-out booths featuring neat graphics and tons of colours. Whether you are on one end of this spectrum, the other, or in between it is important that all of your trade show marketing materials be designed with one goal in mind: to attract and impress visitors.
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June 5th, 2012 by Paul
Cool graphics are a definite eye-catcher when it comes to trade show displays, but don’t underestimate the impact of a great photo. Incorporating photographs into a display can accomplish a few objectives. First, they generally capture attention for longer than regular graphics, so you have a better chance of engaging the viewer. Secondly, they can tell visitors a lot about your (click here to continue reading)
May 16th, 2012 by Paul
Trade show display graphics are the primary focus of most trade show displays, and thus, to have a successful trade show display you must be able to produce graphic designs that are attractive and will catch the eye of passers-by. However; don’t mistake eye-catching for loud and gaudy, as designs that are too over the top can work against you by turning away potential customers.
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May 1st, 2012 by Paul
What’s the primary purpose of trade shows? To get customers, of course. However, how this is accomplished varies, with some strategies for trade show success being more popular than others.
First, keep in mind that the average person at a trade show will have a very short attention span, what will all that’s going on around them. The task of a trade show booth and its (click here to continue reading)
April 26th, 2012 by Paul
Whether you’ve attended one trade show or a hundred, you will notice an emerging theme in today’s trade shows: graphics. Bold, big, and beautiful trade show graphics help to capture attendees’ attentions so your salespeople can turn them into clients.
The simplest type of trade show graphics is the pop-up display. Made from fabric, vinyl, or plastic these types (click here to continue reading)
April 19th, 2012 by Paul
Before you delve into the realm of trade show graphics, take some time to learn a few tips and tricks so you don’t end up wasting valuable resources on errors that can easily be avoided. With these dos and don’ts you can ensure that you end up with a great design that attracts customers for the long term.
1. Find your message. What is it you are trying to (click here to continue reading)
February 2nd, 2012 by Paul
If you are hoping to attract attention with trade show displays in Canada you are going to need a unique, bold design that will make people stop and take interest, then hopefully ask you what you are all about. For this you may need the assistance of a professional designer, as the last thing you want to do is scare off potential customers with a display that is too “out (click here to continue reading)