Shipping for Your Exhibit? Learn From These Lessons!
One of the most common issues with trade show exhibits is simply getting all the pieces to the puzzle where it needs to be, on time and undamaged. Shipping introduces so many variables! From exhibit type and size to packing and delivery method, any one element can upset the best-laid plans.
Cost-Saving Tips for Trade Show Services
Running the trade show circuit can be costly if you don’t know all the ways it’s possible to save money. Here are a few cost-saving tips to keep your budget and your business happy.
Moving Your Exhibit Up Instead of Out
Trade show floor space is the real estate market of the exhibitor space. Like the actual real estate and housing market, expanding outward is often the more costly option. But when you still need to go bigger, the only way is up!
Top 10 Tips for Surviving a Trade Show
There are two elements to surviving the trade show business. One is ensuring your exhibit and your show are a success, and the other is ensuring you make it through the grueling hours of the event itself.
How to Plan the Perfect Event
An expertly executed exhibition event requires advance preparation, clear communication between all vendors, and a willingness to be flexible to achieve the best attendee experience possible. Here’s how to plan the perfect event.
Your User Guide for Building a New Booth
Building a new booth from the ground up is a detailed and lengthy undertaking. It involves a significant amount of research, organization, and patience.
How to Protect Your Exhibit Materials
We all know that there’s no guaranteed way to make sure your booth materials always go completely unscathed. They must make it through shipping, handling, loading, unpacking, installing, and rigging. With every new set of hands-on your booth, the potential for damage and loss increases.
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From the perspective of an exhibitor, trade shows tend to be about one thing and one thing only: attendees.