The Together Again Expo was recently held in Orlando, Florida. This event gave those in the exhibitions industry an opportunity to reunite and explore new possibilities for the future of exhibiting. Two representatives from Skyline Exhibits attended and gave us their feedback on their experience.
Companies have been struggling to figure out how to make virtual exhibits a successful replacement of real, in-person trade shows. The hard truth is that these companies likely won’t find a parallel solution because in-person marketing is irreplaceable. Check out our 3 big reasons why live, in-person experiences are so much more important than digital experiences.
Increasingly more and more businesses are now smart to stay away from “gimmicky” style giveaways that often end up in the trash in favor of items that are eco-friendly and can have a positive impact on the environment. With that in mind, here’s a run-down of our current favorite eco-friendly giveaway ideas.
People may question whether or not trade shows will ever regain enough traction to return to where they were before the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, there are still many reasons for people to attend live, in-person trade shows and events in the near future. Learn why on our latest blog post.
Networking events can be traced back in time to when humans first learned the mutual benefit of trade. And while we attend different types of events in today’s modern world, the remnants of the past can still be recognized today. Here is a brief history of trade shows.
Everyone knows that social distancing rules will be implement at upcoming trade shows. So, what’s going to be the most visually appealing way to go about implementing these types of cues? We have a couple of solutions that will make your social distance-friendly exhibit presence as seamless as possible.
As venues look at their options to slowly re-open and increase their capacity limits, there are multiple technological innovations being put in place around the world to help get the gears turning. Check out this post on the technology you might see as event centers begin to re-open their doors.
COVID-19 has brought on many new obstacles for large event holders and group gatherings. It’s so important to make the most of your space on the show floor, and with a two-level exhibit, you’ll definitely be doing that by shifting upward while keeping your booth guests’ safety in mind.
With nearly every state currently in some stage of phased reopening, employers are now faced with designing and implementing a Return To Office (RTO) Plan in tandem with finding their footing in a market strikingly different than that of just a couple of months ago. Check out these steps to consider at your office.
As business returns to normal, it still may take some time before people feel comfortable traveling again. However, it’s important for travelers to know that convention centers, hotels, and airlines are taking great strides to make traveling a clean and safe experience.
Have you had your business’s social media content planned out for months, making COVID-19 feel like a wrecking ball into your online marketing strategy? Here you’ll find a handful of social media strategies to keep you moving forward.
As many businesses are forced to close their doors temporarily, they are keeping their employees hard at work from home with their children. If this is you, or if someone you know is new to the work from home life with the kids, check out these useful tips to keep them busy while you work.
If trade show marketing plays a key role in your business’s success, then it’s important that your target audience is attending your trade shows. But if a portion of your audience doesn’t attend events, here are some tips on how you can let them know the benefits.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has currently postponed or canceled many trade shows. But as it has proven in the past, the size of this industry alone will provide momentum to reopen for business. Here is how, along with some other good reasons trade shows and events will return sooner rather than later.