Exhibition displays are an important marketing tool that works well for a wide range of firms. Attending exhibitions and trade shows is still an important marketing technique especially for those launching new products or services.
At an exhibition or trade show you have access to an audience you know are already interested in what you have to offer. Many have already decided that they want the kind of product or service that is on offer. They will be at the buying stage rather than just at the research stage, so whilst trade stands cost money to set up and run they soon pay for themselves in secured sales.
Types of Exhibition Displays
There are many different kinds of exhibition displays to choose from, which means they are suitable for all kinds of firms and organisations. Basic displays can be set up with just a few screens featuring the products or services on offer.
However, larger, more elaborate stands offer more flexibility. Setting up a display stand as a mini-shop is an approach that works well. Such a display stand encourages customer confidence and sets them up mentally to actually buy.
A counter can be used to demonstrate products, and shelving can be used to display your full range. Incorporating audio video into the stand works well for many products and services. It catches the attention of passersby and draws them in. Providing interested clients with somewhere to sit down and discuss what is on offer is something else that can be incorporated into modern exhibition stands.
Other uses for Exhibition Displays
The great thing about exhibition displays is that they can be used for far more than just exhibitions and trade shows. They can usually be broken down into their component parts and transported to any location. The fact that they are reusable is something else that makes them an economic marketing tool.
Exhibition displays can be set up in busy places such as markets and shopping malls. Many firms market themselves at fetes, concerts and other large events where there are a lot of people milling around with time to look at and consider something new.