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Crates: An Essential Part Of Your Trade Show Display

Nov 29, 2023 10:33:37 AM

Crates are often an overlooked component for clients when it comes to trade show display considerations. If only we could shove everything in a box, nail it shut and wave "See ya!". However, crates for modular and custom trade show displays require custom fabrication to effectively use the space and minimize shipping costs, while keeping everything organized and protected. Understanding the time, cost, and specifications for crates is an essential part of exhibiting that will help you stay within your budget and on time for your project.

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How We Use 3D Printing In The Trade Show Industry

Nov 22, 2023 4:55:40 PM

3D printers are something that we’ve enjoyed using in the studio since 2020. With their rise in popularity for manufacturing, as well as in households for hobbyists, the materials and capabilities continue to evolve. Over the years we’ve had opportunities to experiment with this technology to build custom components for our displays. Okay, and for fun personal projects (ask Dave about the Mandalorian helmet he is making for his kids…). 

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What Are Experiential Activations?

Sep 6, 2023 4:48:33 PM

If you’ve been following Exhibit Studio’s work or social media, chances are you’ve heard us throw around the word ✨experiential activations ✨. There are a few other synonymous terms that you also may have heard of: event marketing, brand activation, participation marketing, etc.  Well — what exactly is it? 

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Portable Outdoor Displays and Signage

Jun 19, 2023 12:35:00 PM

While we’re loving the warm, sunny days of summer, we all know that the season never seems to last long in Canada *cue sad violin music*. That’s why it’s even more important to choose the right outdoor displays to make your brand stand out during the short summer season. Beyond branded event tents, there are plenty of creative display solutions that are easy to set up and dismantle. 

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Understanding Trade Show Booth Rental Spaces

Jun 6, 2023 9:43:06 AM

Linear? Peninsula? Split Island? If you're looking to exhibit at a trade show and have yet to learn what those terms mean, no sweat! We're here to explain the most common types of exhibit rental spaces so that you can make sure your display design will have the most impact.

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Laser Machine Design Capabilities

May 12, 2023 2:12:59 PM

Ever wonder how the stainless steel engravings on your coffee tumbler are made? Or how perfectly shaped 3D lettering appears on your vehicle? Chances are it was made using a laser! In December we acquired a new flatbed laser and have been having fun exploring new projects with its versatile capabilities. If you’ve ever been curious about how one of these machines works, we’ll explain in this article. 

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The Importance of Display Design Timelines

Nov 23, 2022 2:44:00 PM

While we know it is possible to produce a fantastic show-stopping trade show display under tight timelines, we want to ensure that your project receives ample time and attention. Otherwise, it leaves little room for changes, costs more, creates a risk of errors or missed deadlines, and can create scheduling issues. Here are a few pointers that will help you manage your design timelines. 

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Email Overload - Part 2

Oct 25, 2022 10:50:00 AM

In part 1 of my "Email Overload" blog, we discussed why too many emails create extra stress and how to alleviate that while keeping your emails organized. I promised a follow-up blog post on another critical element to removing email stress from your life: you need to change the way you think about and respond to emails.

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Advance Warehousing or Show Site?

Sep 26, 2022 12:14:00 PM

There are usually two options when you ship your display to a tradeshow. You can send your booth to "Advanced Warehousing" or to "Show Site." Clients often ask us the difference and why we would choose one over the other.

Option #1 is to ship to a warehouse operated by the official show carrier located near the show. This means you have to ship the display to their warehouse at least a few weeks in advance of the trade show move-in date. They usually start accepting shipments 30 days in advance up until about a week before the show move in.

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Google Reviews & Their Value for Small Businesses

Sep 5, 2022 11:21:00 AM

Google Reviews have provided a space where people can share their experiences with a business. As a result, future customers are influenced by whether they should invest their time and money into a company. For people who don't know you yet, reviews can be a critical tool for developing a level of trust and comfort before doing business with you. Good reviews can boost a company's credibility to surpass competitors without spending a dime. Still, bad reviews can affect the business negatively by pushing potential clients and customers away. Many factors go into the benefits of google reviews, so let's look at them in a little more detail.

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