Useful Tips For Your Exhibition Stand Manufacture Process

28th April 2010

The exhibition stand manufacture process can be stressful for those who

are not experienced with it. No matter what scale of trade show or

convention that you are planning on attending, it is important that you

take your time to make the best decisions possible for your business. It

is very easy to make a mistake when you purchase stands or modules for

the first time. Because of this, you need to be aware of how your

choices can affect the moods of your customers at a convention. No

matter what your budget it is, your focus should be on how your

customers will react to your stands and banners. By doing this, you will

ensure that you have done everything in your power to have your

customers view you positively.

The first step in the exhibition stand manufacture process is to

determine what your needs are. If you are attending a trade show,

confirm what size your area is. This is a good place to start. Once you

know how much space you have to work with, you can begin to plan what

stands and banners will fit your needs. Do not worry. You do not have to

be an expert in graphic design to have a good banner made for you. When

you begin to select your stands, you will have the option to be

assisted in creating the banners for the stands that you have selected.

It is also possible to consult with the company to determine exactly

which stands fit your needs the best. A few things that you will want to

make certain of is that your staff will have a comfortable environment

to work. Uncomfortable employees will not be able to successfully make a

good impression on those visiting your booth. You should check your

space to see if tables and chairs will fit in your booth. If so, you

will want to make certain that your design allows for them to fit

seamlessly in with your concept.

The next phase in the exhibition stand manufacture process is to have

your stands and banners made. This stage is out of your hands. However,

you should be aware that the process can take at least several days for

the most simple of projects. Banners typically take a few days to

manufacture due to the fact that they have to be printed and dry. The

banners may take a few extra days if you choose to have them coated for

outdoor use. The average banner is unsuitable for outdoor use because

they have no protections against moisture or sunlight. Treated banners

are much more durable and can withstand a lot more abuse. Unless you are

requesting customizations to the stands, the stands will not take long

to prepare. You can often expect unmodified stands to ship within one to

three business days if there are no banners being created for them.

Once you have received your banners and stands, it is important that you

take good care of them. Banners and their stands need to be stored in

cool, dry places. Heat and moisture can cause discolouration, rendering

them useless for a professional business.