Friday, April 15, 2011

Popup Displays

Donald Trump is the second leading candidate in the GOP party now! He even plans to announce his candidancy in his reality TV show, "The Apprentice".

Beside all the boardroom dramas, and office politics, one thing I like about "The Apprentice" is to watch how the participant set up trade show to compete with each other. A trade show is an important event for selling products. A trade show popup is an effective way to sell new business/product.

The pop up displays uses in trade show are so important that it has an entire industry supporting it. Pop up trade show displays are easy to set up and transport. The frame opens up like an accordion, and you can then hang either fabric or graphic panels to the frame. Also, the case can convert to a podium stand by using either a graphic or fabric wrap to surround the case. A plastic or wood top is added to finish off the podium.

Custom pop ups are available with internal shelving, back lighting, different shapes, monitors, dye cut graphics and more.

Backlight pop ups are like a giant light box. Special panels and lights are hung behind the display and a large transparency graphic is hung on the front.

Table top pop ups are available for budget conscious end users and are built in miniature.

Bubble kits allow back lit graphics to extend in front of the wall to give a different look.

3D pop up displays offer a unique way of displaying graphics and are the easiest to set up.

Visit a trade show and you will see tons of pop up booths being used in the various forms. The most unique ones exhibit custom designed graphics for higher impact and better results. Picture pop ups at a trade show sort of like a billboard along a freeway. It only has a fraction of an instant to attract attention

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