MAGIC Pop Up, WWIN Showcase, and OFFPRICEco-located at the Orlando County Convention Center for the February 9-11 show dates. This video shows the steps that were taken to ensure that it was safe and reactions from attendees and exhibitors to these successful events.
In an exceptional display of collaboration, this groundbreaking expo set a precedent for holding business events safely once again.
Burns Scalo recognized that their tenant’s open-office layout didn’t conform to current CDC recommendations for social distancing and divided workspaces. Derek Librecht, VP at Consolidated Displays, meet with the company and completed a walkthrough of the office space, taking measurements and noting the layout and obstacles. The final solution included over 30 dividers, all powder-coated to match existing cubical furniture. In addition, cubicle height extenders were added to the office walls to raise the height to 6 ft.
Classic Exhibits was delighted to assist with this project, including renderings, design, and materials. We expect these environmental safety projects will increase significantly over the next 6 months as companies reopen and employees return to their offices.
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Exhibition Experts predict that rentals to be HOT! HOT! HOT! once trade shows resume in Q3/Q4 2021. That shouldn’t be surprising as exhibitors restart their trade show marketing programs.
Many exhibitors will return with smaller exhibits. Others will need updated displays. Rental Inlines, Islands, and Accessories are the perfect answer to both. So if you are unfamiliar with exhibit rentals, here are 10 Answers to the most common Rental Questions. Word of Warning: Not all rental providers offer the same services, flexibility, or design capability. Do your homework and ask lots of questions (in addition to the ones below).