At TCEA, educators want to see big ideas, outside-the-box thinking, and unique approaches.
A custom exhibit can illustrate all that. Our exhibit designers will work with you to create an A+ custom exhibit that gives your organization a uniquely effective and memorable space for education conference visitors to learn about you, your products, and your services.
We’ll make sure your exhibit grabs attention, stands out in a crowded hall, and teaches convention attendees about your brand. All of our custom exhibits are designed to be effective and efficient, taking into account your unique needs, the particulars of your convention, and your target audience at TCEA. Plus, you’ll have the peace of mind of our turnkey expertise – offering you support services behind every custom design.
Preparing for TCEA 2024
TCEA 2024 will be held in Austin, Texas at the Austin Convention Center from February 3rd through February 7th. Attendees include teachers, principals, librarians, technology consultants, media specialists and more. Condit has built custom exhibits for a number of educational trade shows, from ASCD to ISTE to FETC.
Condit’s exhibit designers are particularly adept at building custom booths and experiences that offer learning opportunities to visitors and showcase the latest and greatest technology. Take a look at our technology booth portfolio or our collaborative space for Comcast.
Check the math – rentals can make the most of your budget.
Our rental exhibit solutions make the grade – created to be repurposed and reconfigured for many trade shows to come. With reduced maintenance and storage costs, a rental exhibit can help make your marketing budget go further. We still emphasize creativity in our rental offerings, customizing your display to exact specifications and providing you with all the service and attention to detail of our custom built exhibits.
Contact Condit’s custom educational exhibit designers.
We’re quick studies, and we look forward to learning more about your brand.
You can contact us to learn more or start a project if you’re ready to hit the books.