Prepare for Worst-Case Scenarios at Your Trade Shows
Much like life, trade shows will always have an element of the unknown. Disasters and mistakes can crop up at an alarming rate and even natural disasters can play a marked role in an events success or existence.
5 Steps to Hire Labor for Installation and Dismantling of Your Exhibit
You can plan every detail of every element of your exhibit, but there will always be those little snafus that still happen. Humans make mistakes, and accidents will happen. Despite meticulous planning, the human element will never be fully removed from the equation of trade show events.
How to Successfully Install and Dismantle Your Exhibit
You’ve spent hours dreaming up and designing your exhibit. You’ve spent hard-earned and strictly allocated funds to make your ambitions come to life. You’ve also worked hard to collaborate with and choose your manufacturer and shipping partner.
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.
7 Tips for Avoiding an Exhibit Shipping Nightmare
Escape The Force Freight!
Forced freight is the dreaded circumstance that means your exhibit was on the showroom floor longer than the agreed-upon time. Now your expensive exhibit is essentially held for ransom at a warehouse location belonging to the general service contractor or GSC.