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Excalibur Exhibits Helps Local Houston Company Build a Successful Exhibit Booth While Overcoming Challenges Like every company in the service industry, we must manage expectations when it comes to budgets, desires and goals.  Actually, this part of the business can be extremely fun and rewarding. It’s where our creativity really shines. It also helps that […]

Peggy Swords

About Peggy Swords

Peggy Swords is the founder and president of Excalibur Exhibits, a $10 million Houston-based exhibit manufacturing and production corporation. Excalibur Exhibits designs, builds, delivers, assembles and disassembles as many as 300 exhibits per year. Swords was named as a finalist for NAWBO Houston 2003 Woman Business Owner of the Year and 2005 Enterprising Woman of the Year Finalist. Additionally, Excalibur Exhibits is a five time member of the Inc 5000, a three time member of the LSU100 and a two time member of the Houston Fast 100, a list of fastest growing privately held companies.

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Six Costly Tradeshow Shipping Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Chances are, by the time your tradeshow starts, you have already overcome several hurdles to make it happen. This includes getting everything where it needs to be, on time and intact. While shipping will always have its challenges, it doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are six costly shipping mistakes and what you can do to avoid them.

Peggy Swords

About Peggy Swords

Peggy Swords is the founder and president of Excalibur Exhibits, a $10 million Houston-based exhibit manufacturing and production corporation. Excalibur Exhibits designs, builds, delivers, assembles and disassembles as many as 300 exhibits per year. Swords was named as a finalist for NAWBO Houston 2003 Woman Business Owner of the Year and 2005 Enterprising Woman of the Year Finalist. Additionally, Excalibur Exhibits is a five time member of the Inc 5000, a three time member of the LSU100 and a two time member of the Houston Fast 100, a list of fastest growing privately held companies.

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