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Lions, tigers and... oh my!

by Nomadic Display 14. April 2010 02:14
Sunday was a gorgeous day here in Washington with a bright blue sky, warm sunshine and cool, dry air...the first taste of Spring. My husband and I wanted to spend the afternoon outdoors, get a little exercise and reconnect with our inner child. So we decided to pop the top on the Miata and drive down to the National Zoo. An hour later we were at the Panda pavilion. Mei Xiang, our expectant mother, was snoozing in the sun in a corner spot making it difficult to see her. Next we headed over to the... [More]

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Do you know your exhibit transportation options?

by Nomadic Display 13. April 2010 02:14
As you go through your preparations for your next trade show event, keep in mind the options you have to transport your exhibit to and from your show. Basically you have four main choices, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages:Common carriersThey provide transport services according to defined routes and schedules. They are less expensive and it is easy to check on your shipment’s location. However, they often make several transfers and only accept crated materials. And, if you opt f... [More]

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Featured Client: Le Progrès 10 x 20 Reconfiguration Inline Solution

by Nomadic Display 10. April 2010 00:21
Nomadic Display Brings a French Publication Closer to its Readers One of the oldest and most influential regional newspapers in France, Le Progrès, has grown into a multimedia enterprise that offers a diverse range of publication materials and services. Headquartered in Lyon, Le Progrès made plans to take their show on the road to aggressively market their brand of products and programs. They scheduled 30 events in Southwestern France.Le Progrès approached Centrale Expo, Nomadic’s distribution p... [More]

Keep your sanity in check by bringing your survival tool kit to your next trade show event.

by Nomadic Display 9. April 2010 00:17
When I announced to my parents that they were going to be Grandparents, I received a huge, gimongous tote bag my mother called “The Mommie Bag”. 5 weeks after my son was born, I knew what that bag was for…everything including the kitchen sink.  My first show with Nomadic was at Exhibitor in Las Vegas. I dug through my closets, found what I was looking for and soon, my Mommie Bag and me traveled to Vegas for a non-stop week of tradeshow terror.  ... [More]

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5 Tips for Breaking International Market Barriers

by Nomadic Display 8. April 2010 02:20
International exhibiting is more than conquering unfamiliar markets. It’s about bridging gaps and forging ties with your target clients right on their own turf. But before you roll up your sleeves and start packing for your event, check out these valuable tips and advice:1.    Know different forms of business etiquetteKnow your audience and how to greet and address them. Formality is the norm for most cultures, using titles rather than first names.2.    Treat ... [More]

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Tips and tricks for large format graphic production

by Nomadic Display 6. April 2010 21:11
There are a few simple rules I have learned over the years to help you and your designer create eye-catching graphics. And that it only takes one bad experience to reinforce why you should follow these guidelines.Timing. We live in a world of instant communication and instant gratification but large format graphic production still requires time.  You should try to plan for a minimum of 10 business days for production.  I know that many graphic providers have geared their production c... [More]

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"Family Recipes" Rack of Lamb with Walnut Crust

by Nomadic Display 3. April 2010 00:03
Rack of Lamb With Walnut Crust 2 Lamb Racks (french boned) 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil Salt Ground White Pepper 2 Tbsp Dried Rosemary 1 Cup Walnuts, whole 1/2 Tsp Garlic Powder 1 Egg 2 Tbsp Dijon Mustard 2 Garlic Cloves, minced To prepare the racks of lamb: Heat the vegetable oil in sauté pan over high heat. Season the racks of lamb with salt and pepper. Sear the racks on all sides until nicel... [More]

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What are the underlying benefits of renting a trade show display?

by Nomadic Display 2. April 2010 00:15
Just a few years ago, if you wanted to ensure you had a dynamic, effective display, your only option was to purchase a customized exhibit. If you wanted to reduce costs by renting an exhibit, you had to make do with generic, one-size-fits-all, often unimaginative displays. This is no longer true.Today’s top exhibit producers are offering rental displays that are fresh, dynamic, compelling to visitors and customized to meet your unique needs. Now exhibitors can enjoy all of the benefits of cust... [More]

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Featured Client: Thales 10 x 30 Inline Solution

by Kat Shea 1. April 2010 01:28
Thales, a world leader in mission-critical information systems for the Aerospace, Defense and Security markets, has been an Instand pop-up owner for more than five years.  They regularly attend the renowned “Grandes Écoles” at the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget to recruit future staff. The Grand Écoles is an elite group of French universities with concentrations in the field of science and business that have very rigid selection processes.
  Thales believes thei... [More]

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