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Tradeshow Booth Design Tips

Author: Jeffrey J. Burns
by Jeffrey J. Burns
Posted: Aug 29, 2017

Every tradeshow has that one standout booth that lures every attendee toward it. What is its secret?

Many tradeshow experts believe booth design greatly impacts a booth’s success. A booth should be consistent, tempting, and, of course,outstanding. But, with so many exhibitors attending professional tradeshows, these days, how can a business standout?

If you exhibit at professional tradeshows, here of some tips you can use to help you rise above the competition and start becoming that one standout booth:

  • Tradeshow attendees like doing more than just looking at brochures. They like doing things and they want to learn, so give them something to do that teaches them about your product, brand, or services. Play games, plug-in the technology, and hand out fun prizes. Interactive booths generate the most leads.
  • Booths with consisting branding send a clearer message. Banners, signs, graphics, brochures, exhibits, etc., should all contain she same branding. Color schemes, printings, everything, must have the same, up-to-date look. Even the t-shirts exhibiterswear must be consistent (such is not always the case at most tradeshows).
  • Hanging Signs for Trade Shows and Truss Displays with large graphics draw in attendees from across the floor. If you have the resources and room, double-deck booths provide even more height and more draw.
  • High-quality graphics also draw in attendees. Technology has advanced graphics and printings. The competition has access to great quality, so you, too,should insist on great quality and also work with design professional to develop bold, eye-catching graphics for banners and displays.
  • Don’t overload your booth with too much information about your brand, product, or service. You want visitors to be curious, yet, at the same time, you don’t want to overwhelm them. You want them to interact with the fun things and the technology, and then your staff, who should then provide the most crucial information, without being pushy.
  • Remember your staff’s needs, too. They should have room to move about and need to be comfortable, too. They represent you, so you need to look out for them and make sure their needs are met, too. Tradeshows are professional environments and staff should know what’s expected of them and how they should proceed with attendees.

Next Level Designs

Next Level Displays is the leading tradeshow expert. It’s your one-stop, online professional, providing your every tradeshow need, at every price point. It designs and builds Custom Trade Show Displays and Custom Trade Show Exhibits, as well as Trade Show Rental Booths, all around your precise requirements.

Next Level Displays offers one of the largest selections of trade show exhibits. Selections include:

  • Pop-Up Displays. These portable displays come with convenient tables and skirts and stabilizer feet. Halogen lights further emphasize your products and services. Such displays include the following varieties:
  • Economy Pop-Ups
  • Graphic Pop-Ups (with graphic panels)
  • Premium Curved Pop-Up
  • Premium Straight Pop-Up
  • Tension Fabric Displays.These displays are a growing tradeshow trend and special event exhibit. First, Next Level Displays creates a stunning, vibrant fabric cover printed with your artwork, which it then stretches over a lightweight frame. The look is clean, fresh, and modern. Tension Fabric Displays come in the following varieties:
  • Entasi Displays
  • Allure Kiosks
  • Hanging Signs for Trade Shows
  • Banner Stands are a tradeshow must. Add stands and/or use several stands and create an alluring wall. Choose from the following varieties:
  • Retractable Banner Stands
  • Multi-Pack Banners
  • 3-D Banners
  • Outdoor Banners
  • Truss Displays. Theincredible construction, durability, open layout, and remarkable versatility of Truss Displays are unlike any other booth. Such is why they are the ultimate in displays. They are also easy to assemble and come in five colors. They are available in 10’ by 10’, 10’ by 20’, and 20’ by 20’ displays.
  • Custom Exhibit Booth. Next Level Displays can build a custom booth from a 10 x 10 to double deck.
  • Bargain Displays: these practical displays can be shipped overnight. They include:
  • Accessories (promotional items such as cell phone holders, lanyards, magnifiers, rulers, letter openers, etc.)
  • Bags
  • Banner Displays
  • Banners and Flogs
  • Fabric Displays
  • Retractors
  • Signage
  • Table Covers
  • Tabletop Displays

Next Level Displays can manage both large and small projects in a timely manner and those with tight deadlines. Its trained, experienced, and professional consultants seek to completely satisfy your tradeshow needs.

Contact Next Level Displays today.

About Author :

Jeffrey J. Burns is an experienced exhibition designer in California and Marketing Manager with an experience in trade show displays at Next level display. Nldisplay is a leading California trade show display company specializing in creating an effective trade show booth, trade show displays, trade show rentals, pop up displays, Custom Trade Show Displays, tension fabric displays, steel truss displays, retractable banner stands, multi pack banner stands, indoor and outdoor graphics, trade show accessories, hanging signs, custom built trade show displays, low cost portable trade show displays, custom counters and kiosks, portable flooring solutions, custom display cases, wheeled cases, eco friendly displays, hybrid exhibits, portable modular displays and exhibit lighting and staging. Next level display have a trade show display that fits every budget and, Incuding trade show pop up displays, truss systems, banner stands, and much more!

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