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The Importance of Display Design Timelines

While we know it is possible to produce a fantastic show-stopping trade show display under tight timelines, we want to ensure that your project receives ample time and attention. Otherwise, it leaves little room for changes, costs more, creates a risk of errors or missed deadlines, and can create scheduling issues. Here are a few […]

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Email Overload – Part 2

In part 1 of my “Email Overload” blog, we discussed why too many emails create extra stress and how to alleviate that while keeping your emails organized. I promised a follow-up blog post on another critical element to removing email stress from your life: you need to change the way you think about and respond

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Advance Warehousing or Show Site?

Advance Warehousing or Show Site? There are usually two options when you ship your display to a tradeshow. You can send your booth to “Advanced Warehousing” or to “Show Site.” Clients often ask us the difference and why we would choose one over the other. Option #1 is to ship to a warehouse operated by the official

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Plan B- What To Do When Your Event is Cancelled?

Plan B- What To Do When Your Event is Cancelled? The event industry has been changing, and, oooh boy, have there been some growing pains. It’s been two years of primarily nonexistent in-person events, but we’ve all been learning to adapt to our current situation. The way you work might be different now, and the

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Must be Good at Multitasking. A Small Business Pre-Requisite.

Industry Canada’s definition of a small business is firms that have fewer than 100 employees. So I suppose we would qualify as a REALLY small business. Before the whole COVID fiasco, we were growing and ready to hire new people to join our team, but we’ve had to readjust. Over the last year, a few of us

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6 Important Things to Consider When Writing Your Trade Show RFP

We often receive complicated RFP’s from large companies for new exhibits. It takes some time to carve through and find what they want as they are often not written with the trade show display in mind and start as a corporate template for all large purchases.  While the need to be comprehensive is vital –

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6 Elements Needed for an Exceptional Exhibit-Building Experience

You’ve booked your next trade show and it is only months away. You’re all set for the show except for your booth. The previous one that has been used didn’t properly showcase the products or services you’re trying to sell, or it was too difficult to set up and too expensive to ship. You are now

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5 Key Items when You Consider a Trade Show’s Location

Location is the final factor to consider when choosing the best trade shows for your business. Where is the trade show taking place? Shipping and travel costs continue rise, so you might find yourself rethinking how far, and how often, you’ll travel to exhibit. That’s fair — and makes good business sense. However, before you

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