HOUSTON (April 22, 2015) – Excalibur Exhibits, a Houston-based full service tradeshow and event marketing firm, is proud to be named among DiversityBusiness.com’s “Top Businesses for 2015″ recipients. This is Excalibur Exhibits’ third time on the list. Excalibur Exhibits earned the 23rd spot on the “Top 50 Women Owned Businesses in Texas” and ranked 250 […]
Think it’s necessary to have a massive budget to make an impact at your next trade show exhibit? Think again. While there’s certainly more design freedom that comes with a large budget, there are plenty of ways to get creative with a modest budget and still create an attention-grabbing exhibit.
All booth spaces are not created equal. The location of your trade show exhibit booth plays a large role in how much foot traffic you will receive, which in turn affects your ROI. So, when selecting exhibit space, consider these 10 tips for choosing the best spot.
There are several factors to consider when trying to figure out which trade show to attend. Here are 10 tips to get you started.
EXHIBITOR magazine’s recent article “Small Giants” features Excalibur Exhibits’ trade show booth designed for IHS Inc. for the Rio Oil & Gas Expo and Conference.
Excalibur Exhibits received the DUGGIE Award presented by Hart Energy in recognition of Excalibur’s growth and professionalism in the trade exhibitions associated with the company’s successful DUG conference series.
We’re excited to announce that we have been named one of Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2015 for the third year in a row.
You’re most likely already using LinkedIn to connect with business professionals. But if your not leveraging the rapidly growing site to promote your upcoming trade shows, you’re missing out a on a powerful piece of the marketing puzzle.
When it comes to exhibiting in a trade show, (for example, like the upcoming Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, coming up May 4-7) the first (and perhaps the hardest) sell is getting the green light from your management to spend a portion of the marketing budget on a trade show. But, when your request is backed up by tangible data, it becomes much easier to justify the expense.
I love a good trade show party. Not just attending them, but the planning them too. Brainstorming a theme, exhibit design, choosing decor, scouting locations, food and wine taste testing – I love it all. Even for experienced marketers like me, it’s easy to get caught up in the planning process and forget the most important detail of all: WHY am I hosting this event in the first place?
How many times have you walked the trade show floor and wished you could get inside the minds of exhibit attendees to find out what they were thinking? I wonder about it all of the time. Well, thanks to the Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR), we don’t have to wonder any longer.
We’ve been named among the Fab 50 by Event Marketer Magazine for a third year in a row. The list features the top 50 fabricators serving the U.S. event and trade show exhibit industry.
Trade shows are, and will continue to be, one of the best venues to connect buyers and sellers. But like everything else, the landscape of trade shows is changing. You don’t have to keep up with everything, but there are some solid actions you should be taking. Here they are …
Excalibur Exhibits and its clients were the proud recipients of three awards from the Houston Business Marketing Association’s 2014 Lantern Awards of Texas.
With more than 230 million users, Twitter has become a popular news broadcast service. It’s a natural fit for tradeshows as it is instant, mobile, creates conversation and allows for direct engagement between brand and attendee.