Thursday, October 01, 2009

Different Types of Trade Show Displays

Trade shows remain one of the most effective ways to market your business. Even in a tough economy, it would be foolish not to take advantage of these shows. Most businesses, especially small businesses, have a very tight budget. I have listed a few cost-friendly trade show booths to consider when planning your next trade show.

Pop-up Displays

Classic pop up displays is very popular because, not only is it inexpensive, it is also very simple to set up and lightweight. Whether you want a large 20 foot trade show booth, a table top trade show display, or anything in between, the pop up display can be found in every size. Add graphics and you have a stunning trade show display that is sure to get positive results.

Banner Stands

These trade show displays are ideal if you have a tight budget and a small booth space. They take a matter of seconds to completely assemble and just as easily are taken down. Banner stands can be used long after the event is over, such as for retail promotional tools. The graphic banners can easily be interchanged, giving your banner stand a fresh look at every event. There are several different banner stands to choose from, including retractable banner stands, telescopic banner stands, and ceiling banners.

Truss Systems

These trade show booths come in several shapes and sizes, including 10x10, 10x20, and 20x20. Extra truss pieces can be added, allowing you to reconfigure the truss systems. The aluminum conjunctions are created to be extremely heavy-duty, yet are pretty easy to assemble, taking less than an hour. These booth displays have an open design, giving attendees and your staff more room to walk and scope out your trade show booth.

These are the three most popular trade show displays on the market. Trade shows continue to be one of the most effective ways to market your business. These display systems give you affordable solutions to meeting new customers who would never have otherwise stopped by your place of business. The cost of exhibiting at conventions is a small price to pay to get the publicity you want, as well as the sales you may never have received by not exhibiting.