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Market Your Business Using Portable Display Stands

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Richard Manning
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Richard Manning   9/1/2014 1:24:40 AM
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Cabe, the whole world is going the apple way (rounded corner). It gives softness to the look, but you can demand your contractor to construct booths with sharp edges, you may not incur any additional cost.

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Richard Manning   9/1/2014 1:19:14 AM
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Pubudu, exhibition stands design is constantly evolving, incorporating technology to enhance the visual appeal. In the near future we might see holographic projectors being incorporated in exhibition stands, and as the technology ages this will be affordable for small businesses as well.

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Pubudu   8/31/2014 1:54:19 PM
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Richard, Yes this is a very cost effective way of advertizing. But in this modern days here will be a more demand for the display TV and light boards. 

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Cabe Atwell   8/30/2014 1:33:54 PM
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The only tried and true advertising gimmicks still work. However, I personally dislike the rounded corner look to a lot of booths at expos. 

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Richard Manning   8/29/2014 2:46:25 AM
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Thank you for commenting, Bob. Earlier raising an exhibition stand was a labouring task, but with the advent of portable display stands things are easier now. Portable display stands are like 3D pop up images, requiring minimal effort and are less capital intensive.

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PORTABLE DISPLAY STANDS
bobjengr   8/28/2014 6:01:02 PM
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Excellent post Richard.  Early in my career as an engineer I was tasked with the responsibility of attending several nation-wide appliance shows highlighting the product our company manufactured.  I was there for three reasons: 1.) Help erect our booth, 2.) Man our booth and answer technical questions and 3.) Teardown and repackage our booth.  The assembly was a monumental pain in the drain and had more moving parts than a well-oiled Swiss watch.  It was a 20 foot booth and the entire process took the entire day.  We always were missing parts.  Runs to the local hardware store will commonplace.  Your idea of portable marketing is as great one and I'm sure as much information can be relayed with a portable as with an unmovable behemoth.  

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