The competitive nature of trade shows, where newcomers and enterprising elites all come together to represent their brands, ensures that innovation never stops. Throughout each year, at each event for
The story begins back in 2014, when Atomus reached out to us looking for a display to present their brand professionally at their upcoming event. Our Director of Sales, John
Any good salesman and marketing professional knows that you are only as strong as your network. These are roles in a company that centralize around personality, being detailed and memorable.
At Monster Displays we have had the privilege of working with thousands of brands as big as global enterprises and as small as local mom and pop shops. But we
Much of what makes a good marketing professional is not a good sense of design and flair for actionable writing (though those are pretty mandatory) as first comes to mind.
Exhibitor Online asked 10 designers and exhibit-industry experts to share their insights about effective trade show exhibit design. There are many assumptions about designing an exhibit booth that are
“I don’t know art, but I know what I like” as the saying goes. Art is subjective, art is personal, and while there are many conventions such as “form” and
Today’s featured article is one discussing the importance of connecting to a space. This renewed perspective on Spring and Summer promotional events has lead to increased demand for outdoor spaces
Experience has taught us the same outdoor display ideas that work well for wind and sun-free indoor convention centers don’t necessarily hold up as well when you take your brand
As any trade show aficionado knows, the name of the game is GRAB ATTENTION. Some exhibitors do this by allocating a large investment toward “swag”, promotional branded giveaway items intended
Well done exhibit pro! Your upcoming tradeshow booth space is booked and backwall display designed and finished. Now you can fold your arms behind your head, kick your feet up
Strategy and planning toward your trade show event can be time consuming and exhausting, even for seasoned exhibitors. Whether or not you have a successful convention depends heavily on how