Posted on 10th Apr 2012 @ 2:20 PM
Table top displays are not only just for exhibitions and trade fairs, but can be used in reception or lobby areas of companies, at sales presentations, in fact the list is endless, so versatile and portable are these displays.
These small scale advertising tools or promotional exhibits are ideal to make a strong visual impact and offer a professional marketing presence. The displays take up little room but convey your message. As a table top display is generally at eye level, it naturally gets the attention of the passer by. These displays are good exhibit solutions in tight spaces.
If you wish to transport your table top display to a venue, then these extremely portable displays are easy and lightweight to carry and take only a few minutes to assemble. You may wish to choose a foldable display that is easy to transport and assemble.
A trendy curved display can look spectacular when assembled and the product images have been attached. You can choose to have a header board for that extra height offering a little more advertising space, and the use of lights above your display can enhance your display area.
To complement your table top display you could consider using a table throw with your logo to give that little extra panache. You are then ready to advertise and your table can hold your marketing literature or your product examples.
You could perhaps ask your venue to provide you with a couple of chairs so that you are able to sit down with your potential customers and discuss your product or service and offer them a better understanding of your business.
If you decide to choose a tri-fold table top display it may be a good idea to have your company name on the header part of the display at the top to make the visitor or passer-by aware of who you are. Due to space constraints it’s a good idea to keep your wording brief but to the point and ensure the content is easily seen such as your company name, website address, telephone number and your product or service. Keep the display interesting and cheerful. When choosing a website name, go for one that can be easily remembered and meaningful to your company.
A table top display is an extension of your marketing so it’s best to get it right. Keep table items tidy and ensure you have enough literature in your brochure stands. The more brochures or leaflets you give out, the more chance you stand of making a sale.