February 19th, 2015
When companies add technology to their trade show displays, they can enhance their reputation and drive greater interaction with their potential event audience. And many firms are now trying to add technology to each facet of their trade show presence. QR codes are being used on handouts. Live Twitter feeds are being used on displays to capture the event action. And sales teams are connecting with audiences through Facebook. This commitment to technology can compel action on behalf of your customers. And so within this blog, we’ll provide Toronto business owners with insight on how to integrate technology in pop-up displays.
Draw a Crowd with Audio Systems
Walking around a busy trade show space, the attendees’ vision is usually blurred by the never-ending array of company displays. You can ensure your company stands out by using pop-up displays with audio technology that drives interactions from Toronto event attendees. Depending on the rules and restrictions in place at the event, you might be able to attach speakers to the pop-up display to bring in guests to review a special one-time-only offer.
Use a Keyboard and Screen to Market Brand Products
Within the pop-up display, you may be able to integrate a computer keyboard and a high-definition screen to showcase your products. The keyboard will give users the feeling of control over their viewing experience. The display could be tied to a social media presence that allows the user to leave a message on a Twitter feed.
Exceptional trade show performance is achieved through innovation. By using their pop-up displays effectively, Toronto companies can maximize the value of their marketing campaigns and give event audiences and truly unique brand experience.