Your exhibit layout is arguably the most important aspect of your booth. The consequences of a bad exhibition design can be monumental: it can detriment the number of leads you generate, the footfall and even damage your brand. With this in mind, let us inspire you with some different exhibition floor plan design ideas that can maximise your investment, draw potential leads in and leave a memorable impression on your
It happens to the best of us; you’re rushing around your stand engaging with visitors when you suddenly notice it’s not looking quite as tidy as when you started. It can be hard to stay on top of things at peak times, but it’s so important that your stand is inviting and attractive throughout the day. It might feel like yet another consideration to add to your exhibition planning, but
With some sport exhibitions attracting as many as 20,000 visitors, there’s no doubt that they are a brilliant way to generate leads for your sport or fitness related products. It can be daunting choosing the events to display at; once you’ve organised a stellar team and a brilliantly designed stand, you’ll need to pick the best expos to showcase your brand. If you get the chance to, attending some events
Exhibition Stand Design Tip: Work Within Your Means
No matter which exhibition, event or expo you attend, there will always be “big players”, with enormous budgets and what seems like acres of space for their stand. They might be so renowned for their exhibits and giveaways at events they attend that people actively seek them out to see what they’ll have on offer this time around. It’s natural to have the
In the UK, year on year, more people are rushing to watch live music, with last year’s gig and festival attendance at a record high. UK Music’s data publication, Wish You Were Here 2017, found a 12% rise in live music audience numbers since 2016, bringing attendee figures to 30.9 million, 4 million of which specifically attended music festivals. In fact, music tourism and attendance statistics show a steady upwards
Exhibition design encompasses the whole process of developing an exhibit, from the initial concept right through to the polished three-dimensional prototype. Having great staff and an innovative product are key in effectively promoting your brand at a trade show, but without a booth that grabs attention, the time spent investing in these goes to waste.
So how can you create a booth that successfully captures people’s awareness? Enhance the design concept
Custom and semi-custom exhibition stands give you the creative flexibility to allow for the boldest and most effective exhibit. Here a DD Exhibitions, we’re proud of our team who have an impressive combined experience in exhibition booth design. From briefs, to modelling, right through to set build, we work to the highest standard across the whole process.
We know exactly how important the exhibit design is in maximising your visibility and
Any company exhibiting at a show has the same aim: to have an exhibit booth that allows them to stand out and be noticed, above the rest. Being able to understand your options and the requirements laid out by the event organiser is key to creating an innovative stand within the limits of what is possible.
Here at DD Exhibitions, we understand that some of the terminology around exhibits can
Whether you’re planning for your first Sport Expo booth, or you’re a seasoned exhibitor, there’s a certain amount of organisation involved in getting your product visible in an ever-evolving sector such as the sports industry.
Exhibiting at a sport and fitness expo is a priceless opportunity to get your product or service directly in front of potential customers, giving them a chance to experience what you have to offer directly.
DD Exhibitions in partnership with Evergreen Events has been assigned to be part of the team contracted by Keith Prowse to manufacture and fit out the Internal Hospitality Suites for the Aegon Queens Club Tennis Championships in London. This is the third year we have been part of this project and look forward to working on this once again.