Product: Trade Show Displays 

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Client: JumpSIX Marketing

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Trade Shows are a very valuable marketing medium for many companies. In a CEIR: The Changing Environment of Exhibitions survey, it was found that 99% of marketers said they found unique value from trade shows they did not get from other marketing mediums. Their 3 most valued aspects of trade shows were: 

  • 60% of exhibitors said they value the ability to see lots of prospects and customers at the same time;
  • 51% of exhibitors said they value face-to-face meetings with prospects and customers, and
  • 47% said they value the ability to meet with a variety of players face to face, such as customers, suppliers, resellers, etc.

IMAG6873The value of trade shows for introducing new products and building brand awareness has been well-established. The value of face-to-face exposure to customers, who are both interested in your product and have buying authority, is massive.

But now that your company is ready to sign up for a trade show, you’ll need a trade show display. These days, trade show displays have reached a new height. Multiple options range from simple table throws to large digital displays that hang from IMG_1030the rafters.

Cincinnati Custom Signs has a wide range of high quality trade show display options to meet your needs and budget. We represent the best quality and selection in the industry, and would like to sit down with you to create the most effective trade show display for your company.

JumpSIX Marketing needed a small display that would fit within their limited budget. We decided on a very effective 6 ft. single-sided, curved tube display with an adjustable spotlight, set on a black table throw designed with white company logo to enhance the color choices. A small roll-up banner finished the attractive tabletop display, presenting an effective, eye-catching solution for their trade show footprint.

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