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The Best In Retail Design

Thursday, 16 February 2012 by

We’ve all been in cramped, confusing stores with pounding music and jarring color schemes. You know: The one you spent half an hour looking for the absolute must-have T-shirt or pair of earrings you were giving as a present because nothing was laid out in a logical or customer-friendly manner. You couldn’t get around for the people blocking your way at every turn, everything was thrown up on the shelves however they might fit, and the whole excursion turned into an exercise in frustration. Stores like this don’t encourage customers to come back, do they?

Xibit Solutions is the premier retail design company has to offer because they understand what makes customers tick. Poor design can be found everywhere, but for the best, you need to look to large stores such as Wal-Mart. Offering clear signage and wide aisles, just about everything is laid out so the customer can walk into a Wal-Mart in Amarillo, Texas or New York City, and find what they’re looking for just as easily as they could on their home turf.

Eye-Catching Special Event Displays

Wednesday, 08 February 2012 by

The cardinal rule of business is a simple one: People won’t buy what they don’t know is out there. This is why companies spend billions of dollars annually to advertise their goods and services. They understand that to make money, you’ve got to spend money. If you’ve ever seen an amateurish special event display that looks like it was slapped together in someone’s spare time on the cheap, ask yourself: Would I buy this product, attend this event, or try this service based on this display? If you wouldn’t buy it from someone else, you can hardly expect your customers to buy it from you!

CES 2012

Monday, 06 February 2012 by

The Consumer Electronics Show has become one of the biggest perennial draws among trade shows and expositions in town. This show brings in millions of dollars and thousands of visitors to Southern Nevada, helping to bolster the local economy. Even better, CES is one of the biggest trade shows in the world, allowing people from all over the world to see what the latest trends and cutting-edge technologies are in advance of them hitting the general market.

CES 2010

Exciting Trade Show Tips

Friday, 13 January 2012 by

With all of its charms and activities it’s no surprise that Southern Nevada has carved itself a little niche in America’s trade show circuit. Each year, Sin City hosts over half of the country’s top ranked trade shows.  The city boasts three of the nation’s largest convention centers: the Sands Expo and Convention Center, the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, and the LVCC. Each of these facilities lies within minutes of the others and offers guests and convention attendees ample space to work and play.

Las Vegas Convention Center

Top Five Trade-show Conventions

Saturday, 07 January 2012 by

Some of the best trade show displays are seen at the biggest expos and conventions in the world. If you’ve ever wondered what the biggest shows in town are, or you’ve heard the names on the news but didn’t know what they meant, here’s your chance to find out.

SEMA: The Specialty Equipment Market Association show is one of the largest private aftermarket auto parts conventions in the world, drawing industry professionals from all over the globe. During the SEMA show, representatives of thousands of aftermarket automotive companies learn about the latest and hottest trends in vehicle customization.

The next big trade show’s coming up. You’ve got the tickets, the floor space rented, the inventory and promotional fliers you need, the . . . booth? Having a professional-looking custom trade show booth could make the difference between a successful trade show and a disastrous waste of time and money. Before you get too deep into the planning for your next trade show, you need to have a great-looking exhibit that will set your company apart from the competition in a positive way. But where can you find one, and why should you bother?

At a trade show or expo, your display speaks volumes about your company. Whether you have a professional-looking display that showcases your company’s products and services to their best advantage or a run-down booth that looks like it was an afterthought to your decision to attend the trade show, people are going to make assumptions and draw conclusions about your business based on how your display looks. But where can you find a trade show exhibit that not only looks great, but is cost-effective?

There is an old saying: You have to spend money to make money. With the advent of the Internet, connecting with potential customers via online advertising and social networking is simpler and less expensive than ever before. But when it comes to face-to-face marketing, such as attending conventions, seminars, and trade shows, fortune favors the prepared entrepreneur. A  custom trade show booth demonstrates that you run a successful business and are willing to invest in getting your company noticed.

SEMA 2011

Thursday, 08 September 2011 by

If you have any interest at all in all things automotive, then you’ve heard of the SEMA exposition. SEMA stands for Specialty Equipment Marketing Association, and the SEMA show is one of the largest trade shows. Over 100,000 attendees from over 100 countries bring millions of dollars into the local economy, and some of the biggest names in every facet of aftermarket automotive technology from rebuilding to custom cars will be there.

If you’re considering attending, any old display won’t do. You’re trying to stand out from well-known corporations with huge budgets to create the kind of convention stand that most people could only dream about. Until now.

AAPEX 2011

Thursday, 01 September 2011 by

The 2011 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo is being hosted by the Sands Expo Center from November 1st to the 3rd this year. AAPEX is one of the premier events of the entire year for aftermarket auto parts providers, embracing everything from spoilers and after-market grilles to high-performance gearshifts and hub caps. Perhaps most interesting of all, AAPEX had over 50,000 attendees last year, one fifth of them international, making it a terrific place to see everything that’s on the horizon in the aftermarket auto arena.