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...
If you have the perfect tradeshow exhibit, you probably don’t need accessories. After all, how do you improve on ‘perfect’? But if you’re a little short of perfection, here are a handful of exhibit accessories that will help out. LED lights. Yes, it’s true. There are...
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...
Mel and Kevin of Classic Exhibits answer questions about the very popular charging stations. There are a lot of reasons to consider adding a charging station – and maybe you’ve thought of a few. But what about customization, set-up, packing and shipping...
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.