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Latest Articles from DesignShop

Big Ideas with DesignShop's Idea Tool

A few weeks back, we published a blog article entitled "Designing Your Compact Modular Exhibit is as Easy as 1, 2, 3". This article described how visitors to RadianceDisplays.com can "Design" their very own compact modular display, in a few easy steps, using DesignShop's "Idea Tool".

Desiging Your Compact Modular Exhibit is as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Ever wish that designing your trade show exhibit could be as easy as counting to three? Well, with DesignShop's "Idea Tool" for our Radiance product line - it really is that simple!

Radiance is our very own Compact Modular Exhibit System and is manufactured and offered exclusively by DesignShop. And because we are the direct manufacturer, you benefit with BIG savings! (Cutting out the middle-man is a beautiful thing).

The Pros and Cons of Renting vs Owning Your Trade Show Exhibit

By now, most trade show marketers understand the availability of both trade show exhibits you own and those you rent. But what are the pros and cons of renting vs. purchasing your company's trade show exhibit(s)??

DesignShop Lights up LIGHTFAIR International 2014

The Lighting Science logo was used in the brand architecture, of the exhibit, with overhead, orange fabric cylinders - highlighting the commercial and residential lighting below them.

LIGHTFAIR International 2014 was a huge success and we can't wait for next year's show. In 2015, LIGHTFAIR will take place May 3-7 at the Javits Center in New York, New York.

When Re-Branding, Don't Forget Your Trade Show Exhibit(s)

Anyone who's ever gone through the process of a  corporate re-brand knows what a monumental task it can be. From the strategic decision to undertake the re-branding, in the first place, to identifying all of the elements which must be updated - it's a lot of work and not cheap either!


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