why rent a trade show booth
Here’s what to consider when renting a trade show booth:
Condit offers a unique options to accommodate the needs of every individual project that comes through the door. Sometimes, the best option is an elaborate environment, custom built from top to bottom. Other times, it’s a modular rental experience, customized with branded graphics and other details to tie it to your brand with the ability to retool and repurpose as needed. Even still, a combination of the two, custom components and rental elements, can be the right fit. So, where to begin?
If you know you’ll be exhibiting at fewer than three shows per year, renting is probably the right call.
If you’ve never exhibited or have only attended one or two events as an organization, renting is a useful option both to better flush out your needs and preferences in a booth and to ensure that trade show marketing is a solid solution for your business.
If you’ve previously utilized banners, pop-ups and smaller, portable components, renting is the perfect bridge between them and your own custom-built project.
In general, opting to rent a trade show booth can reduce costs and increase flexibility. You’ll see reduced maintenance and storage costs, giving you way more bang for your marketing budget.
Does your brand change up for your different shows based on the audience? Then renting a trade show booth is a good fit. Renting is also a wise route if you’re planning a brand refresh or other aesthetic shift in the near future.
Does your booth size change from show to show? This is another great reason to rent because our rentable booth elements are all reconfigurable for varying layouts and dimensions. Plus, our trade show rental solutions are made to be repurposed and reconfigured for many trade shows to come.
You don’t sacrifice much when opting for a rental trade show exhibit – with our emphasis on service and creativity, we will customize your display rental to your exact specifications and continue to provide you with the service of a custom-built exhibit.