Pop-Up Display Booth Upgrades: A Small Investment with Big Results
Affordable upgrades can add instant style to your pop-up exhibit – and make your company stand out.
If you’ve had your eye on a new trade show exhibit but you’re on a tight budget, that doesn’t mean you have to stick with your same old pop-up display this year. Instead, pop up displays offer plenty of options for adding extras and upgrades that give your display a whole new look – for a lot less than a new booth.
New graphics, areas for presentations and demos, shelves and storage, integrated lighting and kiosks can all add professional polish and while still being kind to your company wallet. Here are some of our favorite budget-friendly tips for upgrading your existing pop-up exhibit – just find your price range:
o If you can afford $500 to $1,500, accessories are a great way to customize your display. Profile headers and graphic signage add dimension to your backwall, while other accessories like a monitor mount with a keyboard shelf add versatility. Other small-scale extras include illuminating your backwall with light boxes or using designer acrylic shelving to display products – both of which enhance your display’s design and functionality.
o If you can afford $1,500 to $3,000, consider customized trade show display graphics for your pop-up exhibit display. When you replace fabric panels and Velcro graphics with photomural graphics or large, billboard-style images over several panels, you can create an entirely fresh look.
o If you can afford around $3,000 to $5,000, add functionality to your pop-up display booths with a multimedia kiosk, which makes presentation demos and online sign-ups easy. The kiosk counter can also add storage space for literature and giveaways.
o If you can afford $5,000 or more, an enhancement kit is the ideal way to get the unique look of a custom display without the expensive price tag. Our enhancement kits include accessories like fusing pop-ups, laminated panels, extrusion systems, tension fabric, kiosks and more, all designed to make your existing exhibit look like a brand-new custom display. You also lower operating costs by using a lightweight, compact pop-up display as your centerpiece, and take advantage of easy integration by growing your pop-up from 10×10 to 10×20.
- In ‘Small Fry,’ Steve Jobs Comes Across as a Jerk. His Daughter Forgives Him. Should We?
- Congressional Budget Office Revises Economic Forecast Downward
- Fortress Blockchain to Commence Trading on TSX Venture Exchange
- Single most important problem for small businesses is availability
- How a New Generation Is Reviving Small-Town Texas
- 39 States Have Budget Surpluses. And Cities Want the Cash.
- Column: Strengthen the internet for small business
- MLB trade deadline 2018: Bullpen upgrades by AL contenders make Boston Red Sox move more likely
- Mentor Capital Upgraded to OTCQX Best Market Today
- 90 percent of economists fear Trump trade policy could dampen economy: survey