You’ve got a great exhibit, and you’re ready to wow your potential customers at the hottest trade show around. First you have to get to the show and set everything up. Are you really going to try and build that thing yourself? Maybe you should consider trade show installation services.
It can be tempting to try and save money with a little DIY elbow grease, and certainly that can work. However, often it makes more sense to let professionals take care of the installation & dismantlement (I&D) services for your valuable exhibits and booths. Here are just a few reasons why that’s true:
1. I&D Supervision
Some cities and venues require the use of union labor for installation & dismantlement, while others require all exhibitors to use a particular general contractor. Even in situations like these, it makes sense to hire someone to oversee and supervise that installation. That supervisor will be intimately familiar with your setup, and will ensure that all goes smoothly.
2. Stay Focused
When you hire professional trade show installation services, you free your booth staff to focus on the thing they are really there for: selling. Before the show, your salespeople are strategizing and walking the floor to keep an eye on the competition rather than opening boxes and finding a screwdriver. When the show starts, they aren’t sweaty and tired from setting up, they are fresh and ready to speak to your future customers. When the show ends, they still have time for meetings with leads before they head out of town, because someone else is handling the nitty gritty of striking, packing, and shipping the exhibit out.
Trade show installation and dismantlement services are a key part of our business, and we stand by our work. With years of experience, training, and expertise, we make it our job to make you look your best. We’re accountable to you, and we won’t let you down. Our reputation depends on it.
Contact Xtreme Xhibits for more information on trade show installation services. Your next exhibit experience could be completely transformed.