Exhibit Design in a Post-COVID World

Exhibit Design in a Post-COVID World

It seems everyone’s talking about how procedures will change as trade shows reopen – from registration to scheduling to floor plans.

But there’s one aspect of future shows that’s getting very little attention these days.

So on this week’s Virtual Lunch, I invited Mel White from Classic Exhibits to provide insights on how exhibitors will need to adapt their exhibits as shows reopen. You’ll discover ideas for:

  • Accommodating traffic flow restrictions
  • Implementing tech tools
  • Adapting your booth layout for each show
  • Incorporating lessons learned from virtual shows

Here are links to items mentioned in the interview:

About Mel White:

Mel White
Mel White

Early in his career, Mel worked for two different exhibit design firms. Then he briefly left the industry for a career in technology, only to be drawn back to the trade show world. For the past 16 years, he’s been with Classic Exhibits, and now serves as their Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. He is a strong advocate for his customers, Classic distributors, and the trade show industry as a whole.

Exhibit Design That WorksStop wasting money on displays that aren’t effective!

Inside this guide, you’ll discover how to avoid the most common – and not always obvious – mistakes in exhibit design. Create a multisensory experience that exceeds expectations and connects with attendees.

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