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Monday, August 24, 2009

Tips For Conserving Money In A Trade Show


Trade shows have always been a very popular, effective form of marketing. You get to meet thousands of potential buyers and business contacts that you wouldn’t otherwise have had the opportunity to meet, thus helps in increasing your ROI (Return on Investment).

Green Trade Show Displays


While no trade show display has zero impact on the environment there are a growing number of green trade show displays now available.
Green displays are designed and manufactured with earth-friendliness as a priority.  They use less harmful materials from better sources and often use newer alternative energies while in production.
Every little bit helps, and the following green trade show displays are made with significant consideration toward minimizing their environmental impact.These trade show booths are made almost entirely of recycled and/or sustainable materials. Many of these exhibits come with LED lights, which use 90 percent less energy than other lights.

Hybrid Trade Show Displays

Hybrid trade show booths do not take up as much space as the traditional display systems and is ideal if you have an odd-shaped booth space. The table top, 10 foot, and 20 foot trade show display sizes are available. They are very lightweight display systems that are simple to assemble and pack away, saving you money on shipping and installing/dismantling costs.

Fabric Tension Display Systems

Wrinkle-resistant fabric is stretched over the aluminum frame, for smooth graphics. There are several configurations to choose from that are unlike other booth displays. They are simple to assemble and are extremely lightweight, saving you money on shipping. A pillowcase construction and a Clean Fit Backer are used to eliminate shadowing and ensuring a smooth, snug fit.

3 comments:

  1. some of the tips given are quite handy!!Precise to the point.

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  2. interesting article..... good going

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