Business offices with cubicles in a post-COVID world present challenges to employers, employees, and their customers. As employees return to their desks, they will expect additional personal safety. Most cubicles are only 4-5 ft. high and don’t offer enough personal protection. At a minimum, cubicle partitions should be at least 6 ft. high.
Cubicle Height Extendersinstall in minutes and raise the overall height of cubicle partitions with acrylic or printed Sintra inserts. There are two adjustable sizes and three standard color options: white, black, and silver. They fit any size cubicle without drilling, disassembling, or modifying the existing frame. For more information including prices, click on this link.
It’s new. It’s confusing. It’s a little scary. But no one expects you to be an expert on virtual exhibits. You do, however, need to understand the basics.Let us help.
Last Tuesday, Kevin and Katina covered virtual exhibits in a detailed webinar. If you were unable to attend the live event, here’s the recorded version.
We’ve added three virtual exhibit examples to Exhibit Design Search. Explore one inline and two islands. Then share them with clients who are anxious about the virtual exhibit they desperately need for their fall shows.
Every day we present virtual exhibits to distributors and their clients. EVERY SINGLE DAY. Don’t go it alone. We know the questions to ask and the answers to your client’s concerns. Invite us to participate in those calls and presentations.
Even if the pandemic subsides in two or three months, virtual exhibits, virtual trade shows, and hybrid events are now a permanent tool in the event and trade show toolbox. Capiche?
Together Again Expo
By now, you know that TAE was held in Orlando and that it went well. No surprises. No drama. Kevin, Katina, and Jen attended on behalf of Classic Exhibits. For those who were unable to attend in-person, here’s the recorded session.
In addition,Kevin was interviewed by both Marlys Arnold and Tim Patterson on their vlogs about his TAE experience:
LED Lightboxes and SEG Frames. Not for trade shows, but for corporate and retail environments. Mostly wall-mounted frames.
Virtual Exhibits. This shouldn’t surprise you as exhibitors adapt to virtual trade shows in Q3 and Q4.
Exhibit Design. Not every exhibitor is sitting on their hands. Many are anticipating a return to live trade shows and asking for designs. They want to finalize their design, even if they wait to order until later in the year.
A Not-So-Hidden Website
You ask us about aluminum extrusions ALL THE TIME. Like shapes, sizes, compatible accessories, and if the .dxf file of a specific extrusion is available to download. We’re happy to provide you with that information but, we would be lying if we didn’t sigh a little when you ask. Why? Because it’s available online. Many Classic distributors have never visitedwww.classicmodul.comwhich has been active since 2005. It’s time to correct that. Here’s what you’ll find there:
Profiles like Squares, Rounds, and Rectangles
SEG, Lightbox, and Gravitee Profiles
Photos and Dimension Drawings
Online Digital Catalog (PDF)
Two examples: theZ 45 and S 40are pretty common extrusions for safety dividers. Do we still want you to call us when you have an extrusion question? Absolutely! After all, the CM website doesn’t have pricing, availability or lead times. But, if you just need to see your options or download a CAD file, then head to theClassicMODUL website first.