Markham, Canada, August 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Best Displays & Graphics has announced the release of a new video online to educate on the benefits of a proper booth setup for events. Studies have shown that 71 percent of B2B marketing professional’s rate tradeshow events as their most useful marketing tactic and the Content Marketing Institute has published this fact in its 2013 B2B Enterprise Content Marketing Report so having tradeshow booths and attending events is of utmost importance for businesses that want to succeed and thrive in their industry.
Best Displays & Graphics has released a video with an aim to simplify tradeshow marketing and to assist clients with making the most of their tradeshow campaigns. This video highlights some of the benefits of tradeshow marketing including: meeting and networking with prospective clients and likeminded businesses, seeing competitor’s products and being inspired by their marketing initiatives and how to blend creativity with the functionality of the booth, to provide the best experience for tradeshow participants.
Best Displays & Graphics has the ability to completely customize tradeshow booths that can be used in trade shows, outside of storefronts, outdoor events and conferences. The company works with their clients to embody the message and look that their branding, products or message requires and then the company manufactures, prints and provides a complete range of services to fulfill the needs of clients that want high quality promotional material for their advertising and networking campaign. Clients are encouraged to schedule a consultation with Best Displays & Graphics to determine the best approach to every project.
Business owners interested in learning more about launching a tradeshow marketing campaign can read Best Display & Graphics’ blog post on this topic,
view their YouTube video (www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3o0D7oR_yM) on tradeshow tips and tricks or contact the company directly for more information.
Best Displays & Graphics
7676 Woodbine Ave
Markham, Ont. L3R 2N2