When your team starts asking the question: “Should we stick with our current booth or make the jump to the 20×20 space?”, we’d love to talk to you about what you need to know to make the right choice for your business.
To help your company discuss what the impact of moving to a 20×20 space will be, we’ve put together this list of the benefits that you get from a 20×20 display.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Better Visibility and Presence
A 20×20 trade show booth allows the exhibitor to have their exhibit go up to 12-20 feet in height, depending on each trade show. Compare that to an inline, which has a maximum height restriction at eight feet, it’s clear that the 20×20 has a significant height advantage. That height advantage of a 20×20 display also allows you to put up a hanging sign, whereas the inline space is not allowed to have a hanging sign incorporated into their exhibit. Hanging signs are great for attracting the attendees’ attention on a crowded trade show floor and you can also incorporate the hanging sign into your 20×20 display design.[/vc_column_text][minti_image img=”7173″][vc_column_text]More Space
Another benefit of a 20×20 display is simply having more exhibit space than a 10×10 or a 10×20 inline booth. By having more space, you have the ability to incorporate an area for theater demos and meetings. You also have the option of having private or semi-private meetings. More people can come into the booth compared to an inline, and a 20×20 allows for multiple entry points for attendees to maximize traffic flow. Many exhibitors also select a 20×20 space because it is the minimum space allowable to utilize a double deck exhibit. Some benefits of a double deck booth include maximizing your exhibit space by going vertical, ability to have private meetings or VIP sections on the second floor, and helps your booth stand tall amongst the crowd.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Bigger Canvas
A 20×20 exhibit allows for a bigger canvas, which means more room for graphics and design elements. Compared to an inline, larger graphics are also feasible. Fabrics covering the booth can make the structure look inviting and aesthetically pleasing. Larger images, unique displays for products, and demo stations are much easier with a 20×20 booth than with smaller inline display. Keep in mind that graphics should work in tandem with the size of the booth – the size of the graphics should be in proportionate to the size of your booth. The goal of your trade show display is to deliver have a clear and simple message, and having larger graphics can be an effective way to grab your audience’s attention.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]If any of these benefits align with your trade show needs, it might be time for your company to upgrade to a 20×20 booth space! This can be a big jump – and we’re always here to discuss your trade show goals with you. Growing your business requires significant investment and we want to help you maximize the impact your trade show booth will have on your growth goals.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]