More Trade Show I & D Tips

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Items to consider before getting a labor estimate:

  • Do you have a hanging sign? If so, make sure someone on your labor team knows to assemble it for the riggers.
  • Will electric need to be installed?
  • Need any special equipment? You’ll want to arrange for it to be at your booth ahead of time if so to avoid delays.
  • Is there furniture to be assembled?
  • What are the booth materials?
  • Who will install your flooring? If you order flooring through us, we’ll handle this. If it’s through the show make sure it’s down before your install team arrives to avoid delays.
  • Who will provide the supervision on the show floor? We will if you rent through us. Otherwise, make sure someone who’s familiar with your booth will be around to ensure everything gets done as efficiently as possible!

Deciding how to ship

Direct to Show or to the Advanced Warehouse? – If timing permits, it is almost always best to ship to the advanced warehouse. That way your freight is more likely to be at your booth space by your move-in time. You’ll need to allow extra time when shipping direct to account for delays.  Delays can be caused by the truck driver having to check into the marshaling yard, waiting to be called to unload, and getting paperwork. To be safe, you’ll want to delay your labor start time by about 4 hours to give your freight time to make it to your booth before set up begins. You don’t want to end up paying your install crew to stand around waiting for something to do for hours! When renting from P.O.P. Exhibits Inc., we’ll always ship to the advance warehouse whenever possible.

Scheduling Dismantle – Always take into account the entire schedule to avoid delays when scheduling dismantle with your labor & shipping companies. Oftentimes it’s safest to schedule labor for the morning after and shipper to come later in the afternoon. This is because returning the empty freight can take a while, especially for large shows.  If your show requires the floor to be cleared by 12pm the next day you might consider scheduling labor for a couple hours after the show breaks.  

Keep in mind that if you’re renting your exhibit through P.O.P. Exhibits Inc. we’ll handle I & D for you at a guaranteed price. That means that no matter the hiccups encountered on the show floor, your price is fixed.

Pack Expo International 2019- Booth Rentals

Are you planning to attend Pack Expo International as the Las Vegas Convention center this September? P.O.P. Exhibits Inc. and our local team would love to help you stand out on the show floor with an exhibit rental! We provide custom exhibit rentals for all sizes of booth spaces.

Our local Las Vegas team is well equipped to handle your booths installation & dismantling at a guaranteed price. You can learn more about our rental program by visiting our Rental Page or reviewing our Rental Terms & FAQs.

We know our way around the Las Vegas Convention center as we’ve been providing exhibit rentals in Las Vegas for 20+ years. Pack Expo is a large show. Don’t wait any longer to begin planning! Contact us today to get a free quote.

Effective 20×20 Trade Show Booth Design

engaging visitors at trade show

Designing an effective 20×20 trade show booth is one of the most important things you can do for your next show. Your exhibit design should reflect your companies goals for that show while also being inviting, commanding attention and being informative. Below are some tips for creating a design that’s more effective with examples of some of our 20×20 trade show booth designs designs. 

Stand out from the competition

Since you’re competing with hundreds of other companies selling similar products, it’s imperative that your design showcase your product effectively. Clear and concise graphics that are informative but not overwhelming are a must. Finding creative ways to incorporate tangible products that show attendees can see and interact with is also a great way to showcase your brand. 

This booth is a great one for displaying product while still providing space for eye-catching graphics. The counters provide ample surface space for product demos. Storage can be added as well for additional functionality. 

Open Space

You want visitors to feel free to walk in and out of your 20×20 trade show booth. By eliminating barriers on all or most sides, potential customers will be more attracted to your space. You want to create a welcoming and approachable space where visitors can come and go with ease. 

This booth showcases open space nicely with workstations scattered but still leaving plenty of open space on every side. The booth is free of clutter but still informative with the demo workstations with graphics on the backside.

Experiential Marketing

What is it? Experiential marketing is achieved by creating a memorable experience of your company including some interactive elements in your space. This type of marketing generates excitement and brand loyalty. People remember good experiences, so creating something interactive is a great way to make an impression. 

engaging visitors at trade show

Keep it simple

You have only seconds to grab the attention of passers-by, so keep things simple by only showcasing what’s most important to your brand in your 20×20 trade show booth. Simplicity is appealing. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when entering a cluttered space, and overwhelmed isn’t the feel you’re going for! Look for furnishings that are inviting, relaxing, and encourage visitors to stay a while (think charging tables!). The longer visitors want to hang out, the more time your staff has to talk up your brand and find you quality leads.

Kit Is- 211 island booth design