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Three Benefits of Modular Tradeshow Displays

Anne Moratto | July 29, 2015 | 11:59 AM

‪If you’re exhibiting at a trade show with a 10x10 space today and a 20x20 next month, you don't need a whole new booth...you just a need a little modularity. By using the same graphics and exhibit components in multiple configurations, you can save substantially on your trade show marketing budget. Here’s 3 things you should know about modular booths…

3 BENEFITS OF MODULAR TRADESHOW DISPLAYS:

  • Flexibility: Much like Lego sets, components can be configured and re-configured into a countless variety of sizes and shapes for different shows
  • Appearance: Modular exhibits have a framework that allow you to re-skin the graphics whenever you see fit
  • Customize: Based on their erector-set build, modular displays allow you to implement shelving, monitors, counters, and various other components that set the space apart
  • Lightweight: You can design the space to be lightweight and made from an assortment of materials including fabric and panels. The best part is, you can choose your design based on your exhibiting needs!

 

 

 

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