ExhibitCraft is proud to announce renovations are now complete on its new and improved tradeshow display showroom. The renovation comes on the heels of its office space expansion at 22 Riverview Drive in Wayne, New Jersey.
“We felt the time was right to renovate and improve our showroom space after we recently expanded our offices, launched a new product line, and hosted a successful trade show,” says Scott Walode, President and CEO of ExhibitCraft. “The additional space and improvements were made to accommodate our continued growth and expansion, in response to increasing requests to see our work. We are delighted to make these improvements to our space that has been our headquarters for over 15 years.”
Bolstered by a new look, new offerings and an improved product showcase, ExhibitCraft seeks to build upon its position as a leader in trade show exhibits and its corporate interiors capabilities. With its diverse product line on display in the newly renovated showroom, and plans for monthly scheduled training sessions in the attached workshop room, ExhibitCraft seeks to be a true destination for trade show education, as well.
Since its office move earlier this year, ExhibitCraft hosted a successful educational trade show event, ProFest 2012. With its new workshop/training space adjacent to the showroom and entrance, clients and visitors took part in the educational event with a keynote presentation broadcast live on the internet. Trade show services staff reconfigured the training room to create a space complete with tables and chairs in a design that encouraged business networking while ExhibitCraft served a free catered lunch.
The newly redesigned tradeshow display showroom boasts a more intimate, client-centric layout to better present both custom tradeshow exhibits as well as popular portable tradeshow display lines. The showroom will allow for enhanced interaction with both customers and designers.
Guests can view a slideshow of the firm’s exhibits at tradeshows on flatpanel HD televisions in the exhibit showroom, as well as some of their best corporate interior space designs by ExhibitCraft. With plans to host a much-anticipated social media training event in September, the ExhibitCraft tradeshow showroom will be reconfigured to accommodate attendees.
Production Manager, Harry Trojahn, managed the tradeshow showroom redesign effort. “When people see our exhibits at a tradeshow or in a corporate environment, they love our work. The custom exhibits that we create for our customers get seen by so many at a tradeshow,” says Trojahn,“that putting the investment in our showroom allows us to put them on display all the time for others to see.”
To that end, ExhibitCraft has curated a selection of its finest work and most popular tradeshow exhibits, including custom tradeshow exhibits built by ExhibitCraft at headquarters, portable modular panel systems, portable aluminum extrusion systems, indoor and outdoor banner stands, fabric pop up displays, and table top systems, with flooring options also on display. The ExhibitCraft ProShop, featuring a complete line of promotional products, is available for viewing (by appointment) on the third floor in its administrative offices.
“We’re ready to show-off our years of experience in designing ‘show-stopping’ exhibits.” says Carole Slevin, Exhibit Consultant. “Visitors can see some amazing lighting features on a variety of our showroom displays such as programmable lighting, as well as a combination of backlighting with textured resins that are exceptionally eye-catching. We’ve also included some really cool technology like the latest iPad Kiosks that customers have been asking for.”
To keep its showroom up to date, ExhibitCraft plans to refresh its displays seasonally as new products are introduced.
ExhibitCraft (exhibitcraftnj.com) is an award-winning trade show exhibit design, fabrication and management agency, offering customized trade show exhibit displays built in-house at its Wayne, NJ headquarters. ExhibitCraft also customizes a large selection of modular exhibit display systems, such as tabletop displays, portable trade show exhibits, pop up displays, banner stands, fabric displays, panel systems, truss systems and more.