Happy Holidays from Trade Show Emporium! Check out these new products from Trade Show Emporium!
Most people roll their eyes when trying to explain drayage because it is one of the most misunderstood and controversial charges in the exhibit industry. Let me see if I can break it down to simpler terms…
Our friends at Kentro, came to us looking for display properties that POP! They also wanted something that was easy to set up and had a really clean look. They decided on four of the 8’ Backlit Embrace displays with Case Graphic Wraps for a couple of the included hard travel cases.
Onsite, these displays were able to section off the booth to create two small meeting areas, which added
What can I say? These 10’ Backlit Embrace displays definitely stand out! When Jamie came to us, she had just taken on one of the most challenging jobs: creating a new look for their tradeshow booth! We walked her through our products and gave her more information than she knew what to do with, but after a few discussions about the look she was going for, we were able to narrow down the list and knew that the backlit displays were going to
I look back and I try to imagine how people got by without the use of these miniature computers that are so often glued to our hand or reside in our pocket. I think of how many more devices I needed to complete my day; my LG flip phone, my green iPod “mini”, my digital camera with a 1.5” screen. Times were so much more simple then. Or were they? With the rapid integrations of all of these devices into one smartphone, we are bound to run into at least one problem. What is this problem you ask? We now use our phones for everything under the sun and they run out of battery faster than a post-holiday me in a Orange Theory workout class
Richie Luna, founder and creator of LunaWear, an illuminated athletic apparel company, reached out to Trade Show Emporium for help with his presentation at the Sports Innovation Conference in Denver, Colorado. A unique connection was formed through Kanye West throughout the entire process of putting the conference exhibit together. Using local Denver resources, we were able to put together a fast turn around time for an effective
By: Otis M. Garrison
The Tension Fabric Counter works both as a practical accessory and is also a great way to display your brand name and products! This lightweight tension fabric graphics attach easily to the expandable frame and are held in place by velcro for a sleek finish. There are different countertop color options for you to choose from to make it your own and extra room for storage in the back with a built in shelf.
Since moving to our new Lakewood location, we have gained a few great neighbors, one of them being Belmar Pharmacy. Located just west of us in the Bel Mar Shopping Center, Belmar Pharmacy has been specializing in pharmaceuticals and is nationally respected in the realm of compounding new formulas for medical advancements.
As one of our best selling products, the Imagine Banner Stand deserves a little shout out as our year comes to an end. One of the great things about the Imagine Banner Stand is that it has a multitude of uses aside from just trade show use. The variety of features allows it to fit into any setting whether it be an office, patient waiting room, or school hallway. The possibilities are really endless with the Imagine Banner Stand.
Trade Show Emporium, founded in 2007, has established itself as Denver's premier trade show company for nearly a decade now. With strong attention to detail, care for every individual customer, and relentless passion to see our clients succeed has been paramount to fostering longevity in the company, and creating a relationship with clients beyond business built on trust and reliability. Our entire staff is personable and easy-going which makes achieving client business goals simple and efficient. Trade Show Emporium's sales manager also offers a large vault of experience and knowledge from former clients and past show experience.
Set yourself apart at your next trade show with these helpful hacks on how you can stand out in a crowd. There a so many tips and tricks out there to vamp up your trade show experience, but through lots of research for ourselvs and for our clients, here is a list of 10 tips and tricks we have found most valuable! We hope you enjoy this and share with your trade show comminity.
The iconic, curious blue bear that peers inside the panoramic windows of the Colorado Convention Center has not only become a symbol for the CCC, but for the city of Denver itself. This outdoor sculpture made of fiberglass and steel, was erected in 2005 and has since stimulated the intrigue and whimsical nature of the Colorado Art District. The 40-foot- high bear named “I See What You Mean” was created by local artist Lawrence Argent and has become an icon and a can’t-miss photo opp for the Mile High City and its 16.4 million visitors annually.