Trade Show Design
Trade shows provide unique opportunities to connect directly with qualified leads. Most attendees are there because they are looking for a specific product, service, or partnership. That’s why your trade show booth should be more than an 8-foot folding table and a printed 8.5x11 piece of paper with your low-resolution logo. It takes a substantial amount of time, planning, and strategy to execute a successful trade show, but it only takes a few seconds for someone to make a decision to enter your booth or not.
What We Did
- Graphic Design
Med City Duct Cleaning needed a tradeshow booth that stood out to potential clients but that also stood the test of time. We designed this versatile booth backdrop that could be used together or individually for future events. The design was made to fit with the booth furniture and avoid blocking relevant company content.
Machine Importer & Distributor
This unique, multi-dimensional booth structure was designed to stop attendees in their tracks. Metsa Machines wanted to make an impactful statement and this design helped to accomplish that goal.
HVAC & Plumbing Company
Trade shows are all about relationship building. For Valor Mechanical, it’s just the way they do business. This booth was designed to invite guests in to learn more about the company over a cup of coffee.
A trade show booth should be unique to each company and the theme of the event. Depending on your event goals, the booth design needs to be planned out to the most minute detail. Get in touch with the marketing professionals at Tulip Tree to help you develop a successful trade show booth.