Exhibitor Magazine’s 2022 Portable Modular Awards offered a new category for exceptional efforts. Best Conceptual Design for any portable/modular stand design that has never been constructed and or realized. Our award-winning 2020 Exhibits created this Show-stopping western theme trade show exhibit for an RFP with KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA @ ConExpo/AGG 2020.
In this glorious age of all things digital, some might say that face-to-face and real live events are on their way to becoming a thing of the past. In fact, the opposite may be true. In our rush to digital, paper-free and opaque interactions, the most often cited missing component is said to be true connection. People crave connection.
The National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA), America’s leading brand in auto parts, pulls out the stops every five years to execute an epic event: the NAPA AUTO PARTS EXPO (the EXPO). Attracting 20,000 vendors, store owners, and NAPA AutoCare professionals, the EXPO is one of NAPA’s most powerful engines to generate buzz, build relationships and drive bottom-line results.
Whew, the trade show industry hasn’t had it easy, and neither have you. At 2020 Exhibits, we’re helping you get back out there. And, as always, we’re considering the needs and budgets of our clients to deliver smart tools and fresh and creative ideas to drive rewarding, measurable business results.
OTC 2022 will draw thousands of worldwide attendees. Serving as the hub where industry professionals make valuable contacts and gain technical knowledge, there is much to see and do while in Houston, Texas. If you’re planning your calendar for Houston and OTC 2022, check out these tips for immersing yourself in all that is Houston.
As we barrel towards the fourth and final quarter of 2021, now is the time to sharpen our planning and prep for the 2021 tradeshow season ahead. Whether you participate in one critically-important big show or many, here are few things to think about your trade show strategy as you gear up for your brand’s next big event. Ready? Set? Let’s Go!
After 2020 brought things to a halt, in-person events are beginning to start again in places from Houston to Las Vegas and beyond. As this trend continues, exhibitors and exhibit providers alike need to find new ways to keep people safe and attract businesses. While safety is now a larger concern, that doesn’t mean fun activities aren’t around.
You’ve taken every step to make it a success. You’ve laid the groundwork, lining up great speakers, full of inspiration, and impact. You are carefully considering every best and worst-case scenario, walking through the event with endless run-throughs, and practices, and checking off every box for the big day. Nervous? Yes, a little bit but so excited to kick things off. Your virtual event is going to be a great show!
As the tradeshow industry considers the next steps towards its safe return, 2020 Exhibits is actively working to provide our clients with creative solutions to achieve their event marketing goals keeping in mind the needs for safety and practicality in our changing world. Without question, health and safety are the top priority. And as we work with clients through the design process, we are making very conscious and contentious decisions to tailor our design strategy and solutions to fit a project and offer opportunities to move forward with the best design and experience possible.
With Coronavirus comes many new ways of navigating both our personal and professional lives. What was once a reasonably solid between the two is now thoroughly blended, merging in ways not many had imagined only months ago.