Exhibit Design


There are only three reasons to participate in a show.

  • Corporate Image
  • Gather Leads
  • Sell Something

A well thought out plan for your trade show is critical to your exhibit design. To get a return on investment and to realize your full potential, you need to know exactly what you are asking for, understand clearly what you want to accomplish.

With accurate information, we can create the tools you will need to successfully achieve your goals.

A well designed table throw and table top signage may get the job done at a workshop, while a double decker may be needed for larger show when schedules are tight and/or extra meeting space or training rooms are at a premium.

Portable exhibits have evolved since the introduction of the Pop-up Display; today we can bend aluminum to create custom shapes, provide dye sub graphics and print directly to foamcore, sintra, metal and more.

You can choose between a purchase or a custom rental.

It will be important to understand how you intend to handle your show logisitics.  Who will set-up the exhibit; how will you handle shipping and storage and critical to all of these costs in appropriate timing for design, proofs, production and shipping.

A business development specialist will want to understand your marketing plan, your logistical plan and your staffing plan.  The show location and geographic rotation in order to provide you with the best selection of solutions to choose from.

Know your budget range, if you have no idea what costs are, have an honest conversation about design, production and logistics cost with you specialist.  If you do not have the budget for a show, check to see if there are regional or local shows that can provide you with an option for a more organic approach to developing a trade show program.

Our design team will put their formal training and years of experience to work to help you grow your business with a design that incorporates all the elements and science behind visual communications.

Yes, I’m interested.

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