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Where exhibitors go wrong

Where exhibitors go wrong

Our owner Minda urges exhibitors not to waste their investment in exhibition space with poor presentation. 

"We see so many exhibitors who have committed 80% of their exhibition budget to their shell scheme but only have 20% left to present their company with an exhibition stand.  And yet they want to make a big impact and be presented as market leaders with just a couple of roll-up banners. 

We always recommend investing in bespoke stands, in fact we only produce custom-built stands, because they give you the best possible chance of getting noticed, and mean you'll be taken as seriously as your biggest competitor.  

It's a challenge to stand-out at an exhibition and make that important first impression really count. So we urge exhibitors not to waste their investment and instead give their brand the presentation it deserves. It's definitely worth doing it properly - we see the investment in a high quality stand pay off for our clients time and again.  

My message to exhibitors is this: Please don’t exhibit just because others do it. You will only get amazing results if you do it properly. Please speak to us for professional advice and help and we will make your investment work for you. " 

Email us at info@exhibitorclub.com to find out how we can help you make the most of your exhibition investment.

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