After a long break, trade shows are back with a vengeance! Are you getting ready to attend some trade shows this year and make your booth stand out? Read on to learn about the latest exhibiting trends and find out what’s hot in the exhibition industry. You’ll also find some tips to help you incorporate them into your booth or display!
Did you know that 86 percent of businesses use video as a marketing tool? This includes businesses like yours that regularly attend events like trade shows. If you need help drawing more trade show attendees to your booth, try incorporating video into your strategy today! Here are 5 types of videos you can use in your next booth.
These days, the average consumer places more value on experiences than they do on products. The customer experience (or CX) matters more than ever before, and businesses that make it a priority can increase revenue by 4-8% more than others in their fields. The tradeshow and exhibiting industry is no exception to this rule.
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.
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.
High hopes are here for the entertainment and media industries. Trade shows are springing back into action to help these businesses thrive. It’s a great thing to see, not just in this industry, but many others as we continue to open back up and get back to face-to-face business. The draw for creating superior audio and visual experiences, as well as compelling content, has never been greater. Learn why.
Through virtual exhibiting, small businesses have been able to reach consumers across the country (and even across the world) that they may have never had the chance to at an in-person trade show. Now, a new tool may help improve cross-culture communication and boost the potential to bring together rooms of people who otherwise would have had a difficult time sharing ideas.
In-person trade shows are making a rapid comeback, which is great news for all of us event marketers! However, much like with a lot of other industries, we can expect some changes the past year brought upon us to affect the traditional way we do things. That’s why developing an effective hybrid event strategy can lead to a more motivated buyer. Check out our 10 questions to ask to learn how.
There are plenty of ways for large events to implement stricter health-safety measures, but many of these implementations are not exactly ‘new’ or innovative. However, there are new technologies that are going above and beyond the average safety measures we’ve seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are just a few that are making the event world a little more comfortable for attendees.
While it’s important that we get back to face-to-face interactions, it’s also necessary to provide an alternative like hybrid events. So, with so many new steps to implement in the transition from a completely in-person event to a hybrid event, we’ve laid out some important ones here to keep in mind when executing your next trade show.
If your business has chosen not to invest in virtual events but are still interested in a digital experience to showcase your products, you need to learn more about 3D animation and if it’s the right platform for you. Check out this blog post to learn more and what questions to ask to make sure it’s right for your products.
Hybrid events are becoming a new key strategy to success in the trade show world. Executing them well takes additional planning on top of your traditional trade show event, but that extra effort will definitely make an impact! Here is a list of content elements and tips you’ll need at your hybrid event.
Along with many other things, public-facing touchscreens need to be thought of in the new viral conscious context of COVID-19. Regular disinfectant-grade cleaning is necessary to help ensure that surfaces do not harbor viruses and bacteria. Here are some guidelines that you can use for safely disinfecting touchscreen surfaces.
Virtual exhibit designers want to impress their clients with cool new innovative concepts never seen before. But if they fail to effectively reach the attendee, they may have missed the mark. So, next time you sit down with your designer, ask these questions first to create the ultimate user experience.