Unconventional Booth Accessories Help Exhibitors Stand Out

Unconventional Booth Accessories

In a previous post, we talked about how to use booth accessories to turn a single display into a kit. However, in this post, we want to help exhibitors explore some less conventional booth accessories. While adding lighting, counters, and shelving are all great ways to create a complete trade show display, the products below of a little less common and might be the perfect piece to give exhibitors more attention and more potential customers.


Hanging Displays

Hanging displays are my #1 choice for unconventional booth accessories. Not only are they uncommon at most trade shows, they provide exhibitors with an opportunity to float far above the competition. These are great options for exhibitors that may not want to spend thousands of dollars on large trade show displays that are less versatile than smaller displays. Hanging displays can be used in a variety of environments. They are light-wieght and simple to set up.



There are a variety of kiosk options to use as booth accessories. Kiosks can hold a variety of things from monitors and iPads to simple pamphlets and business cards. Some of them are vent multipurpose! The kiosk pictured on the left features a counter top, monitor mount and graphic elements.


Table Displays

Finally, simple display tables can be just the right thing to show off company products. The small, simple tables on the APG site give customers a 360 degree view of any products on display. For any products that you want customers to play with, a clean table is just the thing for demonstration and experimentation.

Table Top Displays

Like the kiosks, table top displays also come a variety of shapes and sizes. However, these displays are only useful to exhibitors planning on using a table at their display. A 6′ fabric table top display can be a great way to attract attention to a table that displays company products. There are a wide variety of these on the APG website. Some include catalog holders and more. Exhibitors can also use smaller catalog holders seen here.



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