3 Key Benefits of Working With a Local Exhibit Builder

When you're in need of an exhibit for an upcoming trade show, you have no shortage of options when it comes to exhibit designers and builders, but there is a clear advantage to working with a local builder. By hiring and working with a local exhibit builder, you'll enjoy a number of benefits that can ultimately result in a more successful trade show booth for your company.

Stop in for a Visit

Working with a local exhibit builder allows you to actually stop in for a visit and meet the team you’ll be working with before signing any kind of contract. Many times, you can also view samples and materials such as flooring, graphics, and lighting, giving you a better idea of the overall quality the company provides.

Eliminate Lost in Translation

While it is always possible to set up a phone call, online chat, or even a live video chat with an exhibit design company, meeting face-to-face is ideal. A lot of what you need to communicate, whether design elements, shapes, or booth set up, can be lost via other means of communication. Meeting face-to-face with an exhibit designer also helps you get a better understanding for how the creative process works.

See the Progress

One of the biggest advantages to working with a local exhibit builder is the fact that you can stop in and see your design before the show. For clients that are interested in seeing the trade show booth in-person during key stages of the build, this can typically be coordinated with your project manager. The quality of the materials, the style of the design, and other important components can’t always be conveyed in a photo. Seeing the physical product will give you added peace of mind as you prepare other details for your company's trade show.

With so many benefits to working directly with a local exhibit builder in preparation for your next trade show appearance, why go any other way? If you are located in the tri-state area, contact us today to schedule a visit or to get started planning your company's next exhibit design.