How Technology Can Transform Your Trade Show Booth

in CES trade show display Rentals, Las Vegas Trade Shows by Dexter Powell

Technology never stops advancing. It allows for businesses to do more and do so in more engaging ways. Technology is increasingly being used today on trade show floors across the nation. There are some incredible feats possible with technology today, especially when it comes to design and interactivity. Technology and trade shows go hand-in-hand. We will look at a few ways that technology can transform your trade show booth. You Will Personalize Your Exhibit When you are looking to have trade show display rentals Las Vegas has some great ones to pick from and merge technology with. Once you get a booth, you are going to want to have it stand out from the others at a trade show. Rationalization is the way to make that happen, with technology providing novel ways of doing so. You can incorporate touch screens and wireless technology to help visitors engage with you and your products. You can use interactive screens to gauge input and interests from people. You can customize the information attendees receive, providing a customized user experience. You Will Grab Peoples’ Attention Using video technology will capture the attention of trade show attendees, who are being pulled in every direction by other exhibits. When you put up some flashy animations and branding on video screens, you make it easier to grab peoples’ attention. Place screens in key areas that will introduce your brand or product. Besides getting more eyes on your exhibit, you are also going to be saving money on not printing paper brochures and other content. Besides, it shows people that your company is being mindful of sustainability practices, which is increasingly important. You Can Make it Mobile-Friendly Smartphones are used for everything today. They are exceptionally powerful pocket computers that people use nonstop. It’s about time you made your trade show booth mobile-friendly. When you do, you will have more people coming and interested in interacting with your exhibit. Create a free WiFi hotspot, or make it easy for people to engage with your exhibit by using their phones in some way. You can promote a hashtag that visitors will see and use on social media while at the trade show. You can even have a screen showing all the Tweets using your hashtag, right in your booth, which will create even more buzz for your business. Wrapping Up Now that you can see the benefits of incorporating technology into your trade show exhibit, you will probably want to start making use of it. When it comes to trade show display rentals Los Angeles has some excellent options.

Rules for the SEMA Trade Show

in Las Vegas Trade Shows, SEMA TRADE SHOW by Dexter Powell

Rules for the SEMA Trade Show The SEMA Trade Show, hosted in the Las Vegas Convention Center by the Specialty Equipment Market Association, brings in over 2000 exhibitors to a show floor of a staggering 2 million square feet. And with over 60,000 domestic and international buyers in attendance, the stakes for exhibitors are high. This is why having the right trade show display matters, one that helps you stand out and make a solid impression. Unfortunately, regional regulations and show requirements place strict boundaries on the creativity of any particular exhibitor. Several of the most important rules to keep in mind include: Exhibit Space Selection Order: Spaces on the exhibit floor are parceled out in waves based on 1) SEMA membership status (members pick first) and 2) show seniority (the longest repeat exhibitors have earlier pick). Once it is a particular exhibitor’s turn to pick their location they will receive a telephone call and then will need to navigate to a certain website address to choose their location on the main floorplan. Booth Noise: There are two limits to the noise or music an exhibitor may project inside their booth. First, music (or any other sound) emitting from an exhibit space shall not exceed 85 decibels, and second, all music and entertainment must be in good taste and not include any lyrics that are “inflammatory, sexually explicit, sexist, gang-related or violent or that promote activities of any type that defame or denigrate women, law enforcement or other established authorities.” Violators may receive warnings but are subject to immediate closure of their exhibit. Lotteries and Contests: Drawings and raffles may be classic booth strategies, but anything that might be considered gambling is not permitted. At SEMA the operation of games of chance, lottery devices, or certain other competitions are prohibited unless approved in writing beforehand by show management. Booth Design: Among many other restrictions, any booth construction needs to follow OSHA regulations and union rules. For multilevel or covered booths, plans have to be submitted before the event starts and must also have an engineering stamp. Other rules include fire escape routes for the upper level, height restrictions, coverage restrictions, fire alarms for larger exhibits, and more. Fortunately, when you work with ELDS, Inc. you don’t have to worry about booth compliance. We’ll make sure that all SEMA trade show displays are fully compliant, installed on time, and taken down without trouble. All you have to worry about is presenting at the show itself! For more info or to design your own display, contact us at (626) 969-3399 today!