While backlit exhibits have become increasingly popular, the Infinity DNA Back Walls (non-backlit) and the Infinity DNA Pro Back Walls (backlit) have answered the call that our customers have been craving. A super portable and quick to set up exhibit wall. Also, the Infinity DNA works great for exhibits with multiple booth sizes because when these displays are placed side-by-side, there are virtually no visible seams or gaps between the displays thanks to the tucked in feet…
If you’re one of the many companies whose goal at trade shows is to showcase and display your products, then you’ve probably needed to get some sort of trade show exhibit with shelves to merchandise your products. Up until recently, we’ve noticed that it’s been hard to find a good, portable exhibit that has shelving for products.
If there is one question we get asked the most about using TV Monitors at Trade Shows, it is this: What is the best way to incorporate a TV Monitor in my booth space?
There are inexpensive ways to hang a Trade Show Backdrop in your booth space, but the purpose of this article will tackle the age-long question: If it’s inexpensive, does that mean it will look cheap?
In this post I will be discussing the Tubular Display System. Most seasoned Exhibitors are already familiar with the stretch fabric displays, but I wanted to go into more depth about what makes this type of display the perfect DIY option for many and share with you some Best Practices to improve your next Event experience.
Trade Show Back Walls and other Displays in general have evolved over time. Exhibitors have so many more options now than in the past. No longer are we limited to the Traditional Panel Pop Up Displays (which are still great by the way) or Grid Wall Systems. The options are seemingly endless. Now the biggest challenge is disseminating all the options to find what works best for you now and in the future (let’s say 2–3 years out).
“Lumiere Back Wall Displays have grown immensely in popularity over the past year. With key features such as simple setup that mimics their pop-up brethren, Silicone Edge Graphics (or SEGs) to ensure a sharp and vibrant marketing message, and the coveted modularity of the Lumiere system, it is no wonder this display signage is getting used within more and more trade show booths. A new aspect to the Lumiere Back Wall Displays has recently been revealed. Now, these back walls can hold a TV monitor on them. By utilizing this newer technology, you can pave the way to garner more and more success at future trade show exhibitions.
“Lumiere Displays have been a huge hit ever since their entrance to the trade show exhibition marketplace earlier this year. With key aspects of the Lumiere Displays’ design including versatility, simplicity, and, for some most importantly, affordability, Lumiere Displays allowed numerous trade show exhibitors to finally add that key signage of backlit wall displays into their marketing strategy.
Now, all of the aforementioned keywords describing Lumiere back wall displays can be applied to entire display configurations…
With lighting effects becoming more and more popular as well as commonly seen at trade shows, it was only a matter of time before this kind of technology found its way into other trade show display signage. Lightbox back walls are seen more and more as an eye-catching alternative to the standard back wall displays. With Lumiere displays, now you can take advantage of all the perks of lightbox back walls while remaining cost-effective by staying within your financial means. On top of that, Lumiere displays come with all of the convenience as well as portability of the pop up displays you currently know and love.