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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Glamourize Your Booth

Have you been waiting for that chance to have that much awaited exposure for whatever product you have or services you are good at? I know several friends who started with photography as a hobby and later turned it into a full-time job. Some friends of mine who does painting only on weekends, has decided to sell some of their work and amazingly they realized there really is a huge market out there. Well, you and I could be one of those many who are just waiting for an opportunity. Well, join the market! The caravan is open, or better yet, join a trade show. This is a good way to jump start your initial exposure. Go ahead, set up a trade show booth!

In setting up your booth, there are several things that are note-worthy. You want a booth that will showcase your product the best way possible. One way of doing that is by glamourizing it with vibrant banners. You won't always be available to entertain every single customer, let your banners speak to your customers or potential customers. Banner stands provide fast, easy and attractive display for trade shows. These are also very useful advertising tools that can be set-up anywhere. Banner stands come in different categories. Choose which one is most suited to your booth.




Tight on space? Decorate everything in your booth. Do not let that expensive space go to waste! Splash your logo in every area in your booth where your customers eyes are likely to fall on to. Decorate even your tables with table skirts that are worthy of stealing the scene -or in your case- your customers attention. Like banner stands, table skirts come in different forms. Chose which would best suit your business.




You need something for crowd control and/or privacy? Pipe and Drape are the best solution! It is also perfect as a quick room divider, backdrop or creative event decor. Pipe and drape equipment are normally easy to set-up and dismantle, and requires minimal storage space.




These are just a few of the handy but dependable materials available for your trade show booth. There are many other things you can do to make your booth stand out. All you have to do is plan, and invest. Some of these things are well-priced. if you shop wisely, you might find these at rock-bottom prices.




Go ahead, go for that trade show and jump start your business to success!





7 comments:

  1. I'm not a 'crafter' --but our area has alot of Craft Shows throughout the year. People buy an area ---and put their 'booths' in that area. Some are just fabulous... The appearance of the booth certainly helps when one is trying to sell something. Your post is very good, Tes.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. I agree with Betsy from Tennessee about the appearance of the booth. It does help bringing in customers..

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  3. Thanks Salitype, you always have an eager answer to all my posts and am sure rain would love again your message that you've left on my post for today. I know, i know this post is from Tes, but am not sure who's behind the name Salitype. Well, thanks again for your visits.

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  4. What a great idea ! I love the table skirts, they are truly an eye catcher !

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  5. Thank you, always, for your comments on my writings, which are always appreciated. We have been devastated over here by the fury of typhoon Ondoy. Our flood gates on the cliff where we live were broken by the marikina river below, and we have to sit and wait now for a new typhoon set to hit in 2-3 days. All the people on the other side of the river, they are just all gone now...its devastating...

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  6. cool idea Tesya! you are really our "craft guru" thanks for sharing girlash!

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  7. i will greatly consider this if we have exhibits to do =)

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