Small Booth Space at a Trade Show? Expert Tips to Help Stand Out in the Crowd

It seems like popular trade shows get bigger each year. They’re including celebrity and home improvement speakers, fashion models and even the medical industry showing off the best advancements in the field. While trade shows and expos get bigger, the venues don’t and often that means finding your niche in a smaller booth space. Fear not! These tips you help you stand out in the crowd of exhibitors.

 

Get 10% off all trade show display products

 

Before we get into the tips to help you get noticed, we are holding a Great Event, Event Sale throughout the month of April 2013 where you’ll get 10% off selected items – just mention the promo code EVENT10 to one of our operators or enter it during the checkout process.

 

Now on to the tips you need…

 

Display Tables That Scream Individuality
4 Sided Table Covers for Trade Show Displays

 

Instead of the boring display tables void of table covers, take a look at some of the amazing tables and table covers  in our line-up to help your exhibit space pop.

 

In fact, a four-sided table cover imprinted with your company name, brand or logo separates you from those near to you and affords storage room under the table—don’t be an exhibitor with boxes and products shoved under bare tables for all trade show attendees to see.

 

Retractable Banner Stands

 

If you don’t have room for a pop-up tent , try using a retractable banner stand.

Retractable Banner Stands for Trade Shows

 

These come in a variety of sizes and can be placed on either end of your booth space or behind it. Once you know the size of your display space, look for retractable banner stands 8 or 10 feet in height or those that come in a variety of widths to aid you in separating your exhibit and to grab attendees with custom inserts for tons of visual views.

 

Make Your Space Fun

 

All exhibitors need to answer attendee FAQs and engage them. Beyond the face-to-face contact, you can also make your booth space fun by adding elements consumers desire most—electronic displays.

 

Trade show catalog holder stands with brochure holderOur tablet and iPad displays come with anti-theft security locks to keep tablets and iPads safe and while you’re engaging with one attendee, you can direct another to your electronic iPad or tablet display preset and full of product information.

 

Choose from counter mount or floor mounted displays and invest in a few to ensure attendees don’t wander off.

 

Give Attendees Something to Take Away

 

Another way to stand out if your booth space is small and every inch of your display tables are covered with products is to purchase catalog holder stands which come with handy brochure holders attached.

 

Not only does this afford attendees the ability to browse your products, it is a great way to offer up your brochures.

 

Expert Printing
iPad and Tablet Display Holders for Trade Shows

 

Our sister company, Metropolitan Digital offers business printing for brochures, flyers, sell sheets, pocket folders and business cards—and we pride ourselves in offering discount printing where you’ll always save 25%!

 

If you need custom printed inserts for banner displays or need to upload your artwork for table cloths or other trade show display products, simply follow the art upload guide.

 

Our job is to make our clients shine at trade shows and expos and with spaces thinning a bit these days, these tips will ensure you get noticed, stand out in a crowd of exhibitors and have tasteful and organized interactive displays.

 

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