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Posts from David Stokes

David began his career in the construction industry, which made it a fairly easy transition into the trade show industry when he was hired as an installer for Derrick Exhibit. Over the course of eight years he moved his way up through the company and into a management position. Having reached his maximum potential at Derrick, David jumped at the opportunity to become part owner of his own display company—joining Tracey in 2012 as co-owner of Exhibit Studio. David spends his time at the office running the production and fabrication departments, leaving Tracey free to focus on the sales and administration. David spends most of his free time in the summer with his wife, Lianne, their three young children and three dogs, enjoying all the camping, fishing and hiking that Alberta has to offer.

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Audio/Video Part II: A guide to A/V cables and their functions.

Apr 14, 2020 12:30:00 PM

If you have ever rented video or audio equipment from an exhibit house or show service supplier here is a list of common cable connectors and definitions you should know. 

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Audio/Video: Playing videos on the trade show floor

Nov 21, 2019 11:00:00 AM

These days so many people are incorporating multimedia into their displays, whether it's a small presentation on a loop or playing a movie on a video wall. With all the different devices and operating systems around, we tend to see issues with compatibility between different audio/video formats and codecs.

This Blog has been created to help you be more prepared when working with Multi-Media on the show floor. It’s heartbreaking to witness exhibitors scramble to address AV bugs and neglect focussing on the people they came to engage with in the first place.

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