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How to design an effective trade booth New products are announced, major players give their outlook for the upcoming year, and smaller companies can enter the public eye. It is the trade booths that give the first impression for a business or company. Most people who visit trade booths remember it even more than they remember the products announced or presented. There is a big fuse on how to display your trade, and seriously, it should be taken seriously. Before embarking on designing a booth, it is very important that one asks himself the following questions. Some of these considerations include: what your competitors booth looks like, the previous booths done by the company, size and also what one is planning. All these considerations will be looked at individually below. Sizing of the booth The booths should vary in shape and size just like trade shows vary. Large booths are required for large booths such as the consumer electronics show. The booths in these shows are always big and consume multimillion dollars and the booths themselves become an attraction.
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Now, not every show booth needs to be this size. If your show is not in a million and a half exhibition space, then don’t design a trade booth that is tens of thousands of square feet. The booth should however be large enough to catch potential customer’s eye. So how large should you make it? Considering the displays may help one solve the problem of the size of the booth.
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Comparison Between other Booth Before designing, consider what your competitors are doing and what you have done in the past. By looking at what your company has put out before, you can try and keep any established themes. Brand retention applies to the displays as well as product development. if an attendee or distributor can recognize your company without thinking, you are more likely to get them into your booth to hear your presentation. For competitiveness and relevance one has to look at their competitors booth. You do not want to develop a reputation of being behind the times’ by not having a booth that is in some way similar to your competitors. By examining their past booths, you can get a feel for what they may bring to the next show. Don’t imitate their designs, but keep them in mind, and make something with a similar feel. For example, don’t close off your booth when everyone else is doing open air displays. Build Trade Show Booths That Highlight Your Products When coming up with product design, make sure that you keep in mind your products. This is because the biggest mistake that a company could ever do is building a brand that does not highlight its products. Building a booth full of sounds and light unrelated to your products gives one poor industry rating.