Display boards are becoming more and more popular at conferences, symposiums, classrooms, meetings, and functions. This is because of the multiple uses and advantages that can be gained from using display boards. They do the job of partitioning off floor space in an area so there can be a clear definition of areas for various different purposes or use.
Display boards are also used to, as the name suggests, display a wide array of products or information that can easily be accessed and viewed by the public. The versatility of the product allows you to set up your display in several different options that can maximise not only your usage of the available space but also the best way to get your message across.
At symposiums, conferences, or any arena in which the primary purpose of renting the display boards is displaying or communicating ideas and messages, there are some very important factors to consider. The display board should not only serve as a partition, but should facilitate velcro or pins to attach or display the necessary information.
In meetings that are open to the public or a crowd, do not place anything on the board that you cannot afford to lose or that you do not wish to be taken. These boards are usually put up and then left, there is usually no one around to monitor or police them.
There is a specific and limited amount of time that people spend looking at displays. It is therefore important to firstly catch or capture their attention with visually interesting, eye catching, or colourful displays depending on the topic. Then, to quickly and effectively communicate your message in the brief time you have available to you.
The reason is before they lose interest and move on to the next exhibit or booth. Make it interactive and fun. You can utilise photos, samples, videos, monitors, and games to make your area or display stand out. You should take full advantage of the space, even if its primary use is as a space divider.
It is a good idea to play around with the different panel options available to you when setting up the display boards you rent. The layout that will best suit your area or function is totally dependent on the size of the area you have available, the type of function, and the look and feel you are trying to achieve. You may wish to set up a small, cosy booth or a long corridor of boards that form a passage to your main area.
If privacy is a concern or you have a lot of information to display, then utilizing top and bottom mounted panels for your display boards may be the best option. You also have the option of choosing to go with only top panels that will give you a more visually open concept and allow air to circulate freely.
To create successful displays you can utilise display boards rent from Main Event.
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