5 Items That Will Impact Your Booth at The Event Planner Expo

March 14, 2018 Susan Douglin

Using all the space you have been given at The Event Planner Expo to build upwards increases the chances of reaching your audience and makes a big impact too. A multi-level booth can be a variety of different things from double heights, different floors, incorporating the venue ceiling, using the space above your stand or even creating lower levels at your booth to make the others look larger.

Here are some intricate and interesting ways to add a further dimension to your booths at The Event Planner Expo by incorporating new levels to the stand, plus some implementation tips too. If you are an exhibition organizer share these examples with your exhibitors and if you exhibit yourself use these ideas for inspiration.   

LED Chandelier

Lighting effects such as this LED chandelier can be more noticeable at The Event Planner Expo, particularly if they change color, because they catch the corner of your eye. This booth makes use of a variety of multi-level ideas by having a seating area, double height backdrop and ceiling décor, all of which are branded with the company logo, colors and message. Having seating areas also makes the booth look bigger as people visit and sit, taking up less height space and allowing the stand to loom, plus the large backdrop has been used for both digital and printed displays to sell the products and business at the exhibition giving it more of a functional purpose.

Floating walls

Enclosed stands can give an element of secrecy which will appeal to some attendees but for others, it can be a turnoff, this idea is a multi-level halfway house. The hanging box signs have their own rigging in this large exhibition venue and give an enclosed but welcoming atmosphere as it boxes in the open air above and leaves attendees free to walk in and out of the booth area. The branding and signage are also on different box dimensions so that you can see or read it from all angles as you move past and is in keeping with the rest of the stand.

Modular Light Up

If you are looking for some wow factor at The Event Planner Expo then incorporating the lighting into your framework could be the way to go. This modular idea allows you to change colors throughout the event to accommodate certain moods or if you are looking to just catch an attendee’s eye. It is highly adaptable and the way it is built means you can create interesting or different shapes to suit the space or your needs. This double height booth also have the signage front and center so that it is illuminated for all to see.

Cardboard Interlocking

This fascinating stand is made from interlocking cardboard segments from the furniture inside to the outer stand itself and is a simple way to add height and dimensions to your booth. The printed board is simple and effective, and this buildable idea could be adapted to suit different dimensions or extra supported height if necessary, although it probably wouldn’t suit walkable areas. That being said, it would be particularly popular for brands or exhibitions with a sustainability or eco focus and once dismantled, some of it could be used again for future event furniture or quirky seating ideas.

Big Billboards

If you are looking for something more traditional at The Event Planner Expo, giant billboards are the way to go because they can be simple but effective. This interesting booth mixes things up with their signage and levels by having branded barriers, temporary canopies and then the large billboards, appealing to attendees in a variety of different ways as they look and interact with the stand. Plus, in this instance the branding and color schemes are uniformly on point.

In Conclusion

Different levels make your exhibition stands at The Event Planner Expo more diverse and allow attendees to be drawn in, whether it’s something simple like décor or giant custom builds, multi-level booths give guests more to look at and are often more inviting. Just remember to consider the logistics when coming up with a design or concept so that you don’t accidentally isolate attendees or cause a health and safety issue.

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