We’re heading to MIPIM 13th-16th March 2018, the world’s leading property market exhibition in Cannes, France.
A trip out to any high-street or shopping centre proves that Valentine’s Day has certainly arrived. With retailers adorning their stores in the colour of love, campaigns to entice shoppers in store are well underway.
Like department store retail campaigns at Christmas time, what the supermarkets are up to for their festive campaign becomes a bit of a talking point around the office.
Christmas cards are big business – in fact, nearly one billion cards were sold in the UK over the festive period in 2017, not including an estimated 900m packed Christmas cards and cards from online retailers such as Moonpig.
Christmas is a huge event for retailers, seeing thousands of shoppers take to the high-street to buy Christmas goodies for their friends and loved ones.
Trade shows and exhibitions are an effective form of live marketing for any brand or organisation keen to generate awareness about their services. They are a great opportunity to target new business prospects, network with others and learn about new developments in an industry.
Any business that has booked exhibition space at an upcoming show will be looking to get a return in their investment and will want to take full advantage of their presence there.
This requires serious planning and there are many things to consider before, during and after an exhibition show.
Here are 10 top tips for any exhibitors who have just booked their space and planning to make their mark at a show.
Exhibiting at multiple exhibitions throughout the year? Then modular exhibition stand build could be the perfect fit to create your next exhibition stand display!
Fabric graphics not only look great on an exhibition stand display, but they also bring along a long list of benefits…
We’ve rounded up the Top 5 reasons why you should be using fabric graphics for your next exhibition stand or display.