Trade shows help businesses demonstrate and discuss their latest products and services, but attending one is awfully expensive in many cases. To make the most of your trade show investment, you must grab visitors’ attention and make positive impressions on potential customers.
Looking to make a good first impression at a trade show? You should focus on the quality of your trade show displays. These displays can help you connect with audiences, making it easier to communicate the products/services you offer. Trade show displays come in many shapes and sizes, and it’s quite easy to find a display that’ll suit your needs. For example, banner stands can be used to welcome attendees and advertise products. Below, we list three of the different banner stand types you should use:
Fabric Banner Stands
Fabric banner stands are used commonly at shopping malls, theaters, airports, and retail shops. They’re popular because of their durability and usability. The fabric is wrinkle-resistant, allowing the graphics to be displayed clearly and held well. At Banner Stand Pros, we’re proud to offer a wide selection of fabric banner stands. You can choose which kind of frame you want to hold the fabric, and you can choose a stretch-fabric pillowcase style if that’s what you’re after.
Retractable Banner Stands
Retractable banner stands are easy to put up and take down; they’re easy to carry as well. You can set up a single roll-up banner stand in just a few minutes. These stands are a popular choice at trade shows and exhibitions because they’re so straightforward. At Banner Stand Pros, we sell retractable banner stands along with a wide variety of bases. Many different widths, heights, and materials available. Retractable banners can be considered a long-term investment as these banners are long-lasting and easily replaced.
Banner walls are basically two or more banner stands combined to create a back wall. They’re easy to set up and economical as well. They can be used to create an instant backdrop, one that’s good for press meets and other promotional events that are held at shopping malls and convention centers.