It used to be that the tradeshow exhibit classic was the curved pop-up back wall. It was quick and easy to setup, looked good and did what you wanted it to: gave you a respectable presence at a tradeshow booth in a 10×10 space. That’s old. Now the new tradeshow...
For years, here at TradeshowGuy Exhibits, we’ve teamed up with great partners: exhibit designers and producers, display products manufacturers, I&D labor teams and more. For example, our Exhibit Design Search website provided by Classic Exhibits is the...
Can a single exhibit called Gravitee really be a game-changer when it comes to exhibit design aimed at flexibility and being user-friendly? Let’s take a look: “If you’re tight on time or budget, try Gravitee!” So exclaims Rey at Classic...
So many exhibitors are tired of exhibits that are hard to set up, need tools or hired help, or don’t have much flexibility. It appears that Gravitee may change all that. Gravitee is a new system designed by Classic Exhibits that addresses so many of the issues...
How to Know When It’s Time for a New Booth
Your tradeshow booth may be getting a little long in the tooth. But how do you really know if it's time to invest in a new booth - or if it's more advisable to wait another year or two and simply upgrade your current exhibit property?
How to Choose an Exhibit House
Looking for a new custom tradeshow exhibit, but don't know how to best choose an exhibit house that fits your marketing team and company to a T?
How to Sell the Boss on a New Booth Project
As the tradeshow marketing manager, you may recognize the need for a new tradeshow booth. But how do you convince the boss that it's really time - and that you can really afford it?
7 Questions You’ll Never Ask Your Exhibit House
If you're looking to connect with a new tradeshow exhibit house, it's likely that you're falling short by not asking these seven questions.
How to Issue an RFP for a Booth Project
Sometimes you'll want to get a little more formal in your quest for a new booth and you'll decide to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP). This is a great idea - but there are certain guidelines you would be advised to follow.