Charlotte trade show displays are your introduction to the local business community as well as to the press. If you are just starting out in business, attendance at these events is critical. If you have been in business for a while, you already know that these events have the power to get you plenty of qualified leads that may turn into buying customers – if you woo them correctly. At the Sign Factory, we want to help you to make the most of your booth set up in 2015. We have narrowed down the list to four must-have trade show display elements.
1. Cafe Barrier
You know them from lunch hour downtown. These barriers are indoor/outdoor products that display information while adding a crowd-control element to the mix. In the trade show setting, consider adding these panels for two reasons. First and foremost, form attractive lines to your hosted product demonstrations. Do not turn away interested visitors who see a crowded booth when you can simply move the crowd orderly to one side. Secondly, relying on these barriers to lead the way to your display. The graphics area is about 53 inches wide and 30 inches tall, which allows for quite a bit of display space.
2. Straight Display
The straight display is the ideal backdrop for any setting. Sizes accommodate all display spaces. Aluminum frames allow for easy transport and worry-free setup. The digitally imprinted fabric displays crisp graphics. But what sets apart a straight display, like the Formulate Master, from other backdrops is the level of customization that you can enjoy. Choose from accent graphics, shelves, literature pockets and combinations. Invite expo visitors to come closer simply by having brochures available in the back of the booth.
3. Serpentine Display
This is the setup to choose when you have 20 feet of display width to work with. For smaller booths, the straight display makes the most sense. But for the larger booth setup, it is the serpentine look that attracts the eye and keeps the visitor’s attention. Opt for a system that allows you to incorporate shelves and a hanging monitor at one side.
When you are moving away from the idea of adding tables to the mix, provider counter space for display purposes. These counters come in straight and slightly curved shapes. Common measurements include 39 inches in width by 36 inches in height as well as 55 inches in width and 40 inches in height. Let the look and size of your backdrop be your guide when considering the addition of a counter. When you want to market to the max, opt for a full graphics section at the front. For a more unusual look, go for a counter that shows off part of the legs, which allows it to seamlessly fit in with the backdrop.
If this sounds confusing, do not worry! Our friendly professionals are ready to help you put together your trade show displays for Charlotte. We can work with what you already have and show you on paper how your finished displays would look – before you even place your first order!
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