Trade Show Resolutions to Kick-Start a Successful 2018
January 4, 2018

Happy New Year!

It's that time of year when we proclaim our resolutions for the year ahead of us and plan how to make this one better than the last. But, have you considered what you'd like to do differently with your trade show program or how you'd like to achieve new goals during this trip around the sun?

This countdown of 2018’s most popular New Year's Trade Show Resolutions is sure to lend some inspiration to you and your exhibit program! And if you commit to them, you'll not only have a more successful year on the show floor, it'll be less stressful as well!

Posted on May 20, 2011 in Exhibition Case Studies, Team Design Shop

The annual event held as part of Habitat for Humanity’s continuing efforts to address housing for the underprivileged, was first held in 2008. In 2010, the first Orlando event was held. At that time, over $82,000 was raised by 420 Florida women who spent 2,500 hours building a home for the Tolliver family. The goal for 2011′s event was over $100,000 raised and the completion of a home for another family in need.

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Posted on April 21, 2011 in Custom Trade Show Exhibits, Exhibition Case Studies

We are happy to present Dixon-Ticonderoga’s 20×20 exhibit. This booth was featured at the National School Supply and Equipment Association’s (NSSEA) Ed Expo in San Antonio, Texas April 7th- 9th. DesignShop is very proud of this exhibit, and we know Dixon is too.

Posted on April 15, 2011 in Trade Show Marketing & Business

The team here at DesignShop knows how impactful a trade show can be for any company. We also know how stressful it can be for the person in charge of making sure that show goes off without a hitch. That’s why we work hard to ensure your time, efforts, and resources are utilized in the very best possible way. Here’s a recent testimonial from a client that witnessed firsthand DesignShop’s dedication and passion:



"The response was awesome! People were amazed by the booth. "

Todd Field, Creative DirectorDixon Ticonderoga