The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the biggest events of the year for those in the tech sector. And despite the pandemic, the show was able to take place live this year, If you weren’t able to attend in person and are feeling a bit left out, we have some of the highlights for you in this blog post.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way all kinds of in-person events operate. But with the development of technologies like 3D holographic telepresence, could people show up and work in the booth without having to be there in person? Read on to learn more about hologram technology and how it could revolutionize trade show booth staffing.
For the last two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of challenges for everyone, especially those who work in the trade show and exhibition industry. From events being postponed and canceled to supply chain issues, people are more stressed than ever. So, here are some tips that can help you support and motivate your stressed out team.
Serving food in your trade show booth is an awesome way to attract trade show attendees, promote your brand, and make connections. However, unless you plan properly, it can also be tricky and expensive. If you want to serve food at your next exhibit and want to reduce costs at the same time, keep reading. Here are 10 tips that will save you money and stress.
2021 was definitely the year for restarting live, in-person trade shows and events despite the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. For a quick recap and review of the year, we offer our most read and shared blog posts of 2021, as well as our top live educational webcasts. Skyline thanks all of our loyal customers for your business and we look forward to working with you in 2022.
In the past, it hasn’t been difficult to attract highly motivated, performance-driven professionals to the exhibition industry. In these rapidly changing times, though, you may need to rethink your hiring strategy to recruit the very best people to your team. We have 8 great tips that can simplify your hiring process and help you find the right person for each open position.
The right graphics can make a big difference when it comes to event marketing and getting people interested in your trade show booth. Could your current exhibiting strategy use a little tune-up? We have outlined everything event managers need to know about designing high-quality trade show exhibit graphics to make your next exhibit stand out.
Not sure what to do for the floor at your next show? From carpet to tile, we have some ideas that can help you level up your trade show flooring and make a great impression on everyone who stops by your booth. When you invest in special flooring, it shows that you’re willing to go the extra mile to stand out and provide a unique experience.
If you’re getting ready to attend some big trade shows and events, you need an impressive exhibit that gets attendees’ attention. You also need to get this kind of exhibit without spending a fortune. Writing a good RFP (Request for Proposal) for your designer can make a big difference when you’re trying to accomplish these goals.
We live in a time where the less physical touch necessary in public places, the better. Especially at your trade shows. Creating a touch-free experience within your exhibit will resonate with your booth guests. Here are 4 areas within your trade show space where you can implement these options, as well as how to accomplish it.
Are you looking to maximize your presence and connect with as many attendees as possible at your next event? Trade show sponsorship is one of the most effective strategies for exhibitors like you to achieve your goals. Some people brush sponsorships off as too expensive, but there are ways that you can save money and enjoy the benefits they have to offer. Read on to learn everything you need to know.
The end of 2021 is quickly approaching, and that means it’s time to start looking back, evaluating your exhibiting performance, and figuring out what you can do better in 2022. If you’re not sure where to begin when it comes to evaluating exhibiting performance, a great tool to consider is surveys for booth visitors and event attendees.
When planning and deciding which events to attend, do you consider the return on investment? Calculating the ROI for trade shows and events is one of the most important steps to take when determining whether you should continue attending an event or if you and your team should go elsewhere. If you’re unsure, check out these helpful tips.
On November 8, 2021, the United States government officially ended its 20-month travel ban for international travelers. The lift of the travel ban is an excellent sign to trade show organizers that they can start extending invites to international exhibiting companies once more. If you are planning on attending some U.S. trade shows, check out our quick to-do list before you start planning.
If you have experience with trade shows and exhibiting, you know that many aspects of the trade show planning process can be expensive. You also know that no other aspect is more at risk of costly mistakes than shipping. In this article, we have some helpful tips that will make it easy (and cost-effective) for you to ship your exhibit materials to the convention center safely and efficiently.