Pull up banners are one of the oldest yet most effective exhibition display tools.read more
With a vast variety of roller banners on the market, it can be very difficult when deciding which one is best for you. read more
We’ve been manufacturing Pop Up Stands in-house for the last nine years, and over that time we have developed a tried and tested method of quality checking to ensure every order exceeds the five-star standard our clients have come to expect from us.read more
The world of events and exhibitions has long been one that many deem unsustainable because of the amount of display stands and apparatus that are discarded as rubbish after one use; but it doesn’t have to be that way.read more
We know that shops can’t track customer’s buying habits and personalise their advertising to each individual shopper like the internet can, but there are plenty of other ways the high street can regain its influence in the consumer world:read more
There are hundreds of pop up stand varieties to choose from; each one different to the last.
We stock a comprehensive range of pop up displays, and sometimes the amount of variety can seem daunting.
With exhibitions and events bringing so much potential value to your business, it is essential that you perfect your display stand.
If you pick the wrong exhibition display, you are falling down at the first hurdle and investing in a product that might not get you the results you want and need.read more
Exhibitions and event shows cost a lot of money and require a vast amount of time and effort with regards to preparation – let alone the event itself. With this in mind, it’s vital that you find the right exhibition stand supplier to help ease the pressure on yourself and your colleagues, as well as to ensure that your event runs as smoothly as possible.read more
Exhibiting at an event isn’t a cheap affair. Often, it costs lots of money to rent out floor space and travel to the event, as well as the cost of buying your actual exhibition display stand. The end goal of spending a large portion of your marketing budget on exhibiting is to generate client leads and make a return on your investment.
As ideal and simple as this sounds, lots of businesses often don’t make any profit from attending events. The reason? A poorly executed exhibition stand. You may have spent hundreds - or even thousands - of pounds on your display, but that doesn’t guarantee that it will get you results.read more
Many people buy into the business myth that effective marketing comes at a high cost, but this is simply untrue. Good marketing means spreading brand awareness and providing uniform promotion that engages customers and results in a sale. Whilst there are many large format marketing tools that make a big impact on clients - such as the X GLOO inflatable event tent and Linked Pop Up Exhibition Stands – smaller and more cost-effective solutions can be just as compelling when used correctly. read more
The vast majority of PR is free. The only thing it will cost you is effort and time. We know that in the world of business, time is money, but you can lose a large amount of potential revenue by assuming that social media activity is all the PR you need.read more
All of your hard work has paid off and your exhibition or event is now over, finished right?
Wrong. Following on from an event you’ll have lots of data that needs sorting out. You will also need to consider your next steps in order to make sure all the hard work during the show hasn’t been wasted.read more
With exhibition season about to kick off, there will undoubtedly be a number of event organisers in a blind panic because they have forgotten to order their exhibition stand kit, can’t find an important part of the display kit or simply haven’t done any pre-event marketing.read more
When planning an outdoor event, one of the main considerations is the great British weather! When thinking of long, hot summer days with glorious sunshine, we must also think of those windy days with downpours of rain.
Another consideration is what sort of impact will your display make? Is your display weather appropriate? Outdoor events and exhibitions are often filled with row upon row of pop up gazebos, so how do you ensure your brand will stand out?read more
Making the most of your exhibition stand involves focusing on two key things; attracting visitors to your stand and interacting with them once they are there.
If you get both right then you can expect to see new customer connections, increased sales and conversions and plenty of new business leads.
The first stage is working out how you are going to attract visitors to your stand, then you concentrate on keeping them there for as long as possible.read more
Planning for exhibitions can be stressful for both novice and expert exhibitors. This is why it is important to make sure you have a structured plan for installing your stand, keeping it together during the show and dismantling it for next time.read more
If you’ve done your research and chosen the right exhibition to attend, you’ll be surrounded by plenty of potential customers and leads. Exhibiting is an investment that can reap rewards long into the future.
In order to maximise the return on your investment of exhibiting, you need to coherently and strategically follow up leads after the event is over.read more
You can spend your entire exhibition budget in the most effective way possible but if your team isn’t going to deliver on the day, it’s all been for nothing.read more
Businesses attend exhibitions for a variety of reasons, so there are a variety of different objectives that can be set. Here are some that you should think about for your event.read more
Engaging exhibition attendees is the number one priority you should be focusing on during your event. Engaging attendees provides more leads which in turn will provide more sales and hopefully loyal customers after the event has finished, leaving you with a good return on your investment.read more
When attending an event, you want your exhibition stand to be the one which really stands out in the visitor’s minds. One of the best ways to make your brand memorable is by adding an interactive experience to your event.read more
You’ve come to the end of your exhibition and you’ve got all this data that needs sorting out. You need to consider your next steps in order to make sure all the hard work during the show hasn’t been wasted.read more
Attending an exhibition or trade show can be an expensive business and if things are not planned well unnecessary costs can be incurred.read more
Attending an exhibition that goes on for multiple days can be valuable to your business, however they can also be exhausting and stressful. But they don’t have to be, we’ve compiled some of our top tips to help your survive your next long trade show.read more
Planning your attendance at the next exhibition or trade show and designing your exhibition stand is a very important part of exhibiting and takes up a lot of time. read more
There are many things you need to consider when planning an exhibition and the size of your exhibition stand space is one of the first and most important decisions you will need to make in the planning process.read more
Here are some of our top tips to increase traffic to your stand and keep them there:read more
The number one reason businesses attend exhibitions is to generate new sales leads.read more
If done well an exhibition can create great business opportunities.read more
Your exhibition success should be measured by Return on Investment (ROI) which means your number one goal should be to generate leads and close sales.read more
As in iOS6, Apples new mobile operating system iOS7 released October 2013 allows the owner to lock the iPad screen to a single page, feature or app and disable other features such as links, in app purchases or navigating the web without a passcode.read more
Lock the iPad to a single app and disable access to other apps in IOS 6read more
The wedding market is very lucrative, so it’s not surprising that there is stiff competition for couple’s attention at these events. It is therefore important that your exhibition display stands out from fellow exhibitors to gain passers-by attention.read more