How the Right Display can Improve any Event
The Right Display System from AdvDis Can Improve Results at Any Event
There are occasions when businesses may need to display products and services at events outside of the usual shopfront. This may be a temporary display set up in a mall or in a stand at an expo.
In these situations, it can be important to consider the right events equipment to improve the performance of that temporary display. The specialists at Advanced Display Systems encourage customers to plan any event well ahead of time to ensure the correct display systems are in place.
Depending on the types of products and services being displayed, there may be benefits for installing temporary slatwall panels at the event. These can easily be customised using a range of slatwall accessories to suit the individual products on display. This might include using slatwall shelving or hanging products from slatwall hooks to increase visibility.
Overhead displays can easily be incorporated into the event using a cable system. This offers the ability to hang posters or signs advertising the company brand or featured product more prominently without detracting from valuable floor space at an event.
To increase customer enquiry, it may also be worthwhile to include acrylic displays, brochure holders to neatly display printed marketing material. This enables customers to take information about the business away with them.
Alternatively, setting up an iPad stand at an event can be the ideal way to encourage customer interaction. As many people carry smartphones or tablet PCs with them these days, offering them the option of downloading a brochure or information pack from an iPad stand lets them browse through products at their leisure.
For more than 25 years, the family-owned business Advanced Display Systems has been providing customers with quality shop fittings, shelving solutions and display products.
For more information about high quality shop fittings and store fixtures that can maximise product display effectiveness, please visit; http://www.advdis.com.au« back to news