A FULL RANGE OF SERVICES
Our comprehensive range of services includes event design and production, program measurement, custom exhibit rentals, the design and delivery of smart, fresh lightweight solutions, the design, planning and management of private events, user groups and experiential marketing programs, installation and dismantle services, coupled with a wide range of green exhibit solutions and the full spectrum of marketing and branding solutions.
Event design & ProductionAn event centric company, 2020 Exhibits is engaged in over 2600 events per year, including over 20+ events for which we design, deliver and manage 15+ client exhibits per each event.
Custom Exhibit RentalsWith one of the largest custom modular and portable booth rental fleets in the country, 2020 Exhibits has been designing and fabricating smarter, more flexible custom rental exhibits for more than 35 years. Through the 2020 Exhibits Rental Program, you have the freedom and flexibility to create the ideal exhibit or event solution, while driving bottom line value and results.
Private Events & Groups
From large scale user groups, such as the BMC UserWorld and Yokogawa Technology Fair, to private events including product launches and grand openings, 2020 Exhibits has been developing, designing and delivering a wide range of event programs for clients worldwide, since 1987.
Marketing & Branding ServicesOffering a full spectrum of marketing, branding and communications solutions, the 2020 Exhibits Marketing Design Studio Team works as an extension of your team. You’ll find a wealth of experience and creative juice delivering award-winning multimedia, print, mobile marketing, and experiential marketing collateral, advertising, websites. From a single logo design to full scale marketing strategy and branding campaign, the 2020 Exhibits Team delivers.
Promotional Products and Company Branding
When developing a strong marketing campaign, be sure to include promotional products in your arsenal. Custom branded promotional products – from classics such as writing instruments, calendars and professional or casual attire, to USB products and multimedia can help increase total ROI and ROO for your tradeshow and marketing goals.
Program MeasurementIt is not only what we do but how we do it that sets us apart. As the pioneer of the industry’s smartest event planning suite of proprietary online tools, we work to help our clients maximize their resources by identifying successful marketing strategies, delivering measurable results and obtaining a greater return on investment from tradeshows and events.
EXHIBIT REPAIR & REFURBISHMENT
Is it time to refurbish your old trade show exhibit or is it time for something refreshingly new?
You only get one chance to make a first impression. Your brand is your business, and brand image can make the difference for someone to decide whether or not they would like to work with you. Brands exist across multiple platforms — from digital to print and trade publications to face-to-face opportunities like a tradeshow or event.
The same first impression maxim holds true in your corporate environment and when exhibiting at tradeshow – are you making that right first impression? The way in which you showcase your products, your people and your services can make the difference between no business and new business.
As you consider your tradeshow exhibit and whether or not you should repair or replace your display, ask a few key questions:
- Does the design and overall aesthetic represent your brand?
- Can you refurbish your old trade show exhibit or is it time to begin anew?
- Is your trade show exhibit “on brand” – representing all of your offerings?
Every exhibit is different and some can be refurbished for a fraction of the cost of a new exhibit. With a wide array of trade show repair and refurbishment services available, take a moment to consider your brand, talk with 2020 Exhibits about new graphics, new branding elements, lighting accents, expanding spaces and adding different furniture. Be sure to consider traffic flow or any other constraints you noted from the last show.