According to Exhibitor Magazines 2016 Economic Outlook Survey, more than half of the respondents have tentative plans to purchase a new exhibit, with 25% reporting definite plans to do so. Nearly nine out of ten surveyed individuals reported that they are confident that their trade show programs will achieve better results this year than last [...]
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Posted on March 10th, 2017
Posted on February 13th, 2017
Everyone likes top tip lists, so why not follow the crowd?
Well, that leads me to the 3rd most important trait you need in order to make it in trade show sales.
#3 Don't follow the crowd!
You need to stay on top of every technology, product and service there is to keep your clients, or soon to be clients [...]
Posted on March 21st, 2016
Evo Exhibits created Titan's exhibit for the 2016 National Farm Machinery Show. To resonate with the farming community, our custom-designed displays evoke supersized sophistication with down-home value and practicality.
When Titan looked to make an impact on their no-nonsense audience, they needed a booth that would stack up against large-scale farm equipment and agribusiness professionals with [...]
Posted on June 22nd, 2011
Marriott created a great looking graphic mural on the hybrid Sacagawea booth for it's Fairfield Inn & Suites Hotels.
The graphic is printed on fabric polypoplin material that is tension mounted to the low profile extrusion. Wave canopies provide a unique look to the exhibit that compliments the the wave in the graphic design. Accent wings [...]
Posted on April 16th, 2011
The Discover Process helps break your design down into manageable parts. By looking at what parts of your booth your attendee will focus on, and in what order they will see your booth, you can develop a design flow that gives maximum impact at your trade show event.
Who are you? The first level is the [...]
Posted on March 25th, 2011
Looking for a portable display with a cutting edge design and graphic features? Take a serious look at the popular Sacagawea hybrid display.
The Sacagawea is framed with low profile extrusion, which cuts down on the bulk and cost of typical 4" square hybrids found in the marketplace. The 1" extrusion frame assembles without a tool...think about [...]
Posted on December 17th, 2010
The Magellan Hybrid Display is the exhibit with all the cool curves. The backwall has large format tension fabric graphics and dramatic sweeping aluminium extrusion frames which attracts attention from the show floor.
The backwall display packs into a flat case making it a portable solution. Set up of the aluminum extrusion requires no tools, making this backwall extremely easy to install [...]
Posted on August 17th, 2010
This great looking inline display is from Evo Exhibits Sacagawea line of trade show booths.
The backwall assembly requires no tools as the extrusion tightens with knobs, and the large tension fabric velcro to the backside. It's a visually stunning exhibit with the large format fabric graphic becoming the exhibit visual. With inline exhibits, there is no need to have all the big [...]
Posted on June 25th, 2010
What really blew us away about this Magellan In-Line Trade Show Display, was our McCormick Place labor team comments on how easy the set up was on the show floor.
The backwall hybrid Magellan 10x20 arrived to the show site in just (2) Roto molded flat cases. The crew called our project management team to let them know that half of the exhibit must be missing as [...]
Posted on June 2nd, 2010
MD Building invents, develops and manufactures building, decorating and weatherproofing products for the building industry. The approach to the National Hardware Show 2010 was to have an exhibit more appealing then prior trade show displays, that offered a visual branding environment to showcase it's product line, streamline functionality with great exhibit flow , all while being GREEN.
The end solution [...]