HOW TO build a trade show booth on a budget

Img 0912C You work your guts our on your software product only to go to the show and sit on folding chairs in front of a banner? No more!… Now you can build yourself a trade show booth using nothing but stuff from Home Depot and Kinkos! Thanks dvgot! Link.

4 thoughts on “HOW TO build a trade show booth on a budget

  1. I really like what they did with this trade show booth and I’m wondering if anyone has seen the parts needed to hang the books (or pamphlets) on the wall. (I’m referring to the last image on the page)

  2. In the past, Midler said, the rule of thumb was to “spend an awful lot of money on unique and custom displays.” Today, the priority is being able to economically ship or transport the unit. That’s been a factor in the increased popularity of the retractable banner stand, which can be shipped for low cost or carried right onto an airplane.
    “The trade show market we participate in has gotten very clever in creating custom-looking and unique display systems at very affordable prices,” he added. trade show display

  3. I am not sure why but the article doesn’t show up for me.
    Nevertheless, the concept is essential to me: budgeting for your event is extremely important.
    It is not only about the booth itself but also the logistics, samples cost, staff salary, plane tickets, marketing materials, etc. At myfairtool we believe in proper planning and costing, that’s why we have created a free tool for exhibitors to carefully plan their budget with comprehensive guidance (http://www.myfairtool.com/Home.html). That way exhibitors can easily identify their total cost and monitor their success afterwards.

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