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Nomadic Kicks Off Thursday Night Football

by Kat Shea 12. November 2010 20:46

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You’ve seen us on Sunday Night Football on the Fox Sports Network, now you can catch us in the end zone, Thursday nights on the exclusive NFL Network. Our radiant blue set design made its anticipated appearance on last night’s nail biting game between the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons.  We were in on the action as commentators hustled to give a detailed play by play. 

NFL spotted the vivid yellow sets designs that we produced for Fox Sports and were pumped to get a set design of their very own.  The Nomadic Solutions Studio geared up to create a unique custom set that offers unrivaled graphic impact, easy set up and shipping.

The NFL set joins other broadcast television custom sets by Nomadic Display including: Fox Sports, American Idol, America's Got Talent, Britain's Got Talent, and X Factor; Check out how these creative organizations are putting their Nomadic environments to work on pages 14 & 15.

If you missed seeing us this Thursday you can catch us next Thursday on the NFL Network. See you there!

How FACEbook can get you FACEtime with key buyers

by Kat Shea 26. October 2010 20:09

  
With The Social Network topping box office charts for three straight weeks and the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerburg valued at nearly 6 billion usd, one has to wonder what all the hype is about?  Initially introduced as a purely recreational networking tool mimicking the likes of MySpace, Facebook (FB) has grown at a viral pace.

FB is another channel for your event communications which is why its earning a place in event marketer’s hearts. Integrating Facebook in your event marketing promotions can create brand loyalty and intensify pre show buzz.  Below are some ways that you can harness the power of FB to get you FACE time with key buyers at your next event.

 

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1)    Create an events page in the personal account attached to your corporate Facebook account and post  it on both walls (your personal wall and your pages wall). Make sure you select “Public Event” so that everyone can see and access your event.

2)    List any new product launches, special offers, services or giveaways that your company will be showcasing at your next event on your Events page.  You should also post inbound links on your Events page to redirect your audience to your event landing page and registration form.  

3)    Use the albums feature on your FB pages account to share photos or renderings of your display and the people who will staff it, to entice customers to visit you. If your booth staff is in the exhibit photos you should tag them, which will increase your event reach.

4)    Add photos from last year’s event to your newly created FB events page – and post inbound links at the bottom of each photo to redirect your audience to your event landing page and registration form. 

5)    Select “invite guests” – which will send a message to everyone in your personal and corporate network encouraging them to attend your event. But remember to send an invite to those who are not connected to you on FB as well. You can alternatively populate their email addresses in the “invite by email addresses” field and send an invitation out from facebook to their work inbox.

6)    Create a note on your Facebook pages wall d

etailing the event and tag those attending the event to your note – this will expand the reach of your communications. 

7)    Run a Facebook ad to increase your audience, which you may pair with an event listing.  

check out on next blog post this Thursday on Spooktacular event giveaways

With The Social Network topping box office charts for two straight weeks and the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerburg valued at nearly 6 billion usd, one has to wonder what all the hype is about?  Initially introduced as a purely recreational networking tool mimicking the likes of MySpace, Facebook (FB) has grown at a viral pace.

 

FB is another channel for your event communications which is why its earning a place in event marketer’s hearts. Integrating FB in your event marketing promotions can create brand loyalty and intensify pre show buzz.  Below are some ways that you can harness the power of FB to get you FACE time with key buyers at your next event.

 

Nomadic Goes WILD at Superzoo

by ndadmin 19. October 2010 21:15

Let Nomadic make customers go WILD at your next event
SuperZoo rounds up the best in pet businesses for three days of unbridled business opportunity. Top suppliers showcased their lastest and greatest products to 9,000 pet professionals prowling the show floor.

Our Rentals team partnered with Exhibit People to help PFX Pet Supply and VanNess Plastics make their mark at SuperZoo. Both wildly stunning trade show displays provided a custom aesthetic that captivated customers.

See how we can make customers flock to your trade show booth
Van Ness Plastics is the largest manufacturer in North America for plastic pet accessories  and wanted a turn key solution that would drive their newly, redesigned branding initiatives.  Van Ness also wanted a custom display that would allow them to showcase their plastic pet container products in an interactive
environment.
  Check out our wildly stunning exhibit rentals
PFX Pet Supply is a valued premium vendor of pet food and pet supplies.  PFX stood out from the pack by showcasing the pet food and pet product brands they distribute from four warehouses in the West.


PFX wanted a minimal, open trade show exhibit to encourage visitor engagement.  Nomadic helped PFX and Van Ness achieve their goals of maximizing their prime booth space at a low cost.

See how we can make customers go WILD for your booth at your next event By downloading our FREE capabilities brochure

 

North Sails Goes Full Throttle at the Acclaimed Newport Boat Show

by ndadmin 28. September 2010 22:04

See how Nomadic Display can take your event to the next level! 
North Sails, a market leader in sail making, is widely recognized for sails that are faster, lighter and longer lasting than other sails in the world. North Sails cruised over to Nomadic's website hoping to revamp their existing Instand trade show displays for use in the 40th Annual Newport Boat Show. North Sails wanted an exhibit design that would distinguish them internationally as a high quality supplier and make a lasting impression on attendees.

Nomadic's Solutions Design Studio
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anchor with Visit our website to see how we can improve your tradeshow performanceZap Creative to transform their existing Instand properties to reflect North Sails' expanding business priorities. 

The result was a custom portable display that made a SPLASH among other vendors participating in the show.  Brilliant graphics lured key buyers and onlookers in their 20x20 tent. 


The 10x20 exhibit design defied the traditional “generic” pop up status quo.  North Sails innovative look was comprised of features that seamlessly integrated the custom displays with other Nomadic Display properties including: a built-in backlit counter with a 32" LCD monitor and semi-private meeting area.


For more information on how we can take your events full sail visit our website.
 

Nomadic Scores at the 91st Annual NFL Season

by Kat Shea 14. September 2010 19:21

Nomadic at Sunday Night Kick Off!
Millions of viewers enjoy watching their favorite football teams play on Sunday. Between touch downs, there is plenty of banter among sports commentators and fans alike - assessing game strategy and player performance. But did you notice that vibrant yellow and black backdrop behind the sports commentators? It was another Nomadic Display! In fact, Nomadic "sets" were used at NFL games from coast-to-coast.

With the clock counting down and just four days to produce eight custom backwalls with fabric printed graphics, Nomadic tailored a design solution that could be quickly removed and replaced for game highlights. The Nomadic team had to huddle and hustle for the Sunday night kick off!


The Fox backdrop joins other broadcast television sets by Nomadic including American Idol, America's Got Talent, Britain's Got Talent, and X Factor; Check out how these creative organizations are putting their Nomadic environments to work on pages 14 & 15.


If you missed seeing us this weekend, Nomadic Display will be in on the action next Sunday. See you there!

 


 

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Meet your new trade show team! ExhibitSense

by Kat Shea 21. August 2010 02:02

 
Big News! Nomadic Display has teamed up with
ExhibitSense to bring a whole new generation of trade show exhibit solutions to Westborough.

From strategic development through design and management, ExhibitSense is an exhibit agency with a proven track record of creating attention-getting, results-driven programs. And now they offer Nomadic's full line of custom modular and portable displays. Together we blend custom impact with the savings benefits of light weight modularity to help you achieve a greater return on your display investment.
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Contact ExhibitSense today to learn how we can help you engage more sales opportunities while you save on transportation, drayage, storage and labor.

 

Looking for cool new tools to engage your audience at face-to-face events?

by Kat Shea 27. July 2010 21:32

MingleStudies show that the most popular trade show traffic-builders are promotional products that are useful to people.  The usual suspects - apparel, pens, coffee mugs, and calendars – are useful but they lack interaction.  Trade shows and events are all about two-way communication. So consider a promotional giveaway that offers a uniquely competitive advantage, one that really stands out for being useful AND interactive….MingleSticks.

MingleSticks are great conversation starters and buzz builders on-and-off the show floor.  A MingleStick is a simple one button device akin to an electronic business card.  Exchanging information is fast and fun – just point and click MingleSticks. After the event, users upload their mingle connections from the device to their online portal.  The portal features photos to help people remember who they met.  The portal also integrates with other social media sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.  Watch videos to learn more about MingleSticks.

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Why do visitors really go to trade shows and what are their three key objectives?

by ndadmin 15. June 2010 22:27

We all hope it’s because they want to do business with the exhibitors there, plus meet some new contacts and get new ideas. But how many of their objective boxes do they actually tick?

At the last International Confex Show, a survey was conducted to establish why visitors go to trade shows. They were asked: ‘What are your objectives when you go to trade shows and what are the best and worst aspects of visiting shows?’

Visitors revealed three key objectives for visiting a trade show: 68 percent said making new contacts, 64 percent said for inspiration and new ideas and 62 percent said networking. This is pretty consistent with research undertaken at a variety of shows, in a variety of markets.

When asked about the best aspects of visiting a trade show, the top answer was getting new ideas, but attending the seminar program was low on the list of priorities. This is ironic since show organizers put so much emphasis on the seminar content, thinking that the visitor needs more than one good reason to get out of their office to attend a show.

General statistics tell us that only one in 28 visitors are actively approached at shows, so I was interested to see the survey showed that 46 percent of visitors said their worst aspect of visiting a show was not being approached by exhibitors. Clearly, the only way the visitor can tick their objective boxes is if they speak to the exhibitors.

Isn’t this the crux of the matter? If everybody wants to meet, why don’t they? If visitors want to be approached, why aren’t they? Exhibiting success has little to do with the organizer, your display position or exhibit design and everything to do with you. If there is one secret to successful exhibiting, it’s speak to the visitors.

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Trade Show Tips

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 their exhibit plays an important role in catching the attention of technologically savvy young engineers.  So Thales asked Paris-based Tootem Projets to design an elegant, new hybrid exhibit system for them. Because they planned to take the exhibit to 18 other events, they wanted a reconfigurable exhibit comprised of lightweight components that would enable them to easily convey their company’s main message through a harmony of forms.

Tootem Projets designed a new custom modular island exhibit that combines its existing Instand systems with Platinum steel-backed laminate panels and aluminium extrusions.The new design fulfilled Thales’ expectations.

Experience the Nomadic difference and check out the Exhibit Design section of our website to see more cool, new display designs.


 

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Featured Client: Nalco Mobotec 20 x 20 Island Solution

by Kat Shea 16. March 2010 23:11

“We’ve received many compliments on our new exhibit when we brought it to the recent Power-Gen International in Orlando, Florida. We’ve been working with Nomadic through Innovation Exhibits for some time now. We’ve always trusted and liked the Nomadic solutions that Innovation Exhibits recommended."

-Jay Crilley, Vice President, Business Development, Nalco Mobotec



Client
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Nalco Mobotec develops innovative solutions to the world’s global air pollution control challenges. It produces the technology needed in combustion improvement and multi-pollutant reduction for industrial and utility boilers.

Client Need
A bigger and better display that better communicates Nalco Mobotec as a growing company and major global provider of cost-effective and environmentally conscious combustion technology for industrial facilities.

Solution
Nomadic created an open and distinctive 20' x 20' environment to showcase the company’s technological capabilities and environmental solutions for minimizing harmful industrial chemical emissions.

The exhibit is designed and built with 14’ and 16’ towers that support backlit tension fabric structures printed with Nalco Mobotec’s logo. Thermoformed moldings, standoff graphics and nature-inspired tension fabric graphics complement the wood-tone laminated panels of the towers.

Casing

 

3 RollMax Cases
- 750 lbs. dimensional per case
- 900 lbs. max. loaded per case

 

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