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Let Nomadic Create your Custom Design Display with FabLite!

by Kat Shea 25. January 2017 00:11

FabLite provides affordable portable display solutions with attention-getting style. Offering add-on flexibility that is easily reposition, rotated and upgraded. From hanging structures to multi-layered displays, FabLite is the perfect solution to your company’s brand.

FabLite assembly is fast and easy with our innovative “tool-free” setup. The new multi-functional base plate provides added flexibility and layering options to create an attention getting display that is sure to be noticed. FabLite can hold up to a 32” monitor, front and back. You can add accessories like, counters or table mounts. The options are endless! Our pillowcase graphics pull down over the frame and zips closed. Custom-tailored to fit and provides a smooth finish, each graphic pillowcase is printed on the front side and features black fabric on the back for opacity. In addition, you also have the option to print double-sided as well. Plus our dye sub fabric graphics are wrinkle-resistant, durable, and washable.

Be Big and Bold at your next event with FabLite!

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Nomadic in The News | Trade Shows

Quick Staging Solutions For Your Awards Show

by Gwen Parsons 6. January 2016 18:15

Virtually every industry – large or small – hosts an awards program. Awards are a great way to generate publicity for those who sponsor and receive them. After all, what’s not to like about recognition? Awards make us proud of ourselves or our company, serve as a reward for outstanding achievement and offer us an opportunity to celebrate our accomplishments.

Some awards programs are glamorous, black tie affairs. The Golden Globes, the Oscars, the Tony Awards, and the Emmys are among a few examples that air on network television. Many of us eagerly gather with family or friends to watch these star studded affairs.

Most of us don’t know all of the details that go into producing an awards program. Take something as simple as the “red carpet”. Guests pose for the press as they arrive. So the event needs a backdrop at the entrance with its name, sponsor logos, etc. Ideally, the backdrop needs to be set-up quickly, provide a smooth graphic finish for the cameras and be easily taken down afterward. For these reasons among others, the Kennedy Center chose Nomadic Instand® pop up displays to form a 20’ backwall for the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors event.



This year’s honorees included singer-songwriter Carole King, filmmaker George Lucas, actress and singer Rita Moreno, conductor Seiji Ozawa, and actress and Broadway star Cicely Tyson.

Other awards programs are all about peer recognition. For instance, the In-House Agency Forum (IHAF) honors creative excellence in print and digital media produced by in-house staff.



Their awards event draws members for an evening of cocktails and hors d’oeurves, the chance to view creative work by contemporaries and maybe come away with a trophy. Winners are scored by a panel of judges and selected to receive Gold, Silver and Honorable Mention awards.



Every program has its own challenges, some of which may be similar to those of the annual IHAF Awards. There was no storage available on-site. Dozens of entries had to be put on display for viewing in print and on screen. There was just one day for installation and everything had to be dismantled the same evening after the event.

Zap Creative helped the IHAF put on an awesome awards show. Zap rented their Nomadic modular wall system to mount all of the print entries. The system is fast to set-up and take down. Frames ship pre-assembled and connect without tools. Connectors pre-installed within each frame draw them together side-by-side. Presto, you’re ready to show.

Award shows are events that are fun for attendees. But the people behind-the-scenes that make it all look so effortless are the real heroes that deserve a round of applause, or a toast or maybe even a trophy.

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

Newest Exhibit Innovation from Nomadic Wins Two Awards at Exhibitor2014

by Gwen Parsons 16. April 2014 21:01

Exhibitor2014 is the trade show for trade show and corporate event marketing professionals. The 25th annual conference offered 160 education sessions, an expanded exhibition hall and an inaugural Awards Night.

We premiered our newest trade show exhibit innovation, the DesignLine® Wall System, with a trade show booth design that received rave reviews from attendees. Visitors reacted with delight to our brightly colored graphics and variety of lighting options including backlit walls, LED color changing downlights and whimsical accent lighting.


The exhibit was so well received we generated an increase of 65% more visitors.

Floor to ceiling fabric graphics featured face-to-face conversations about what marketers need from their exhibit partner. Exhibit marketers adapt their programs to meet the changes their business undergoes, often with limited resources. Our presentation was designed to illustrate how Nomadic helps exhibitors turn change into new opportunities with modular displays that adapt to fit a new use or situation.


This short animation illustrates how Nomadic trade show displays
adapt, expand and evolve to meet your changing business needs.

Many thanks to everyone who visited our trade show exhibit. If you were unable to be there, you may enjoy viewing this short video.

 

Exhibitor hosted a gala Awards Night to present 2014 awards for exhibition excellence to winners at a dinner and ceremony. The Walton County Tourist Development Council exhibit received not one but TWO awards! Designed by Zehnder and Synergy Design Group, we produced the custom modular exhibit with our new DesignLine Wall System. A juried panel selected it to receive the Best 10x10 exhibit award. By popular vote, it also received the People’s Choice award. Our sincerest thanks to everyone to voted!

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Luz Lobos, President, Synergy Design Group
Pat Goeke, President, Nomadic Display

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

Using iPads for Trade Shows, is there an App for that?

by Gwen Parsons 17. April 2013 02:04

We recently heard a great question from an exhibitor "Can iPads be used to interact with clients and capture contact information or are they strictly for disseminating information?"

iPads are already being used by booth staff at trade shows to interact with visitors so YES! and there is an app for that - Nomadic's new Media on Demand App! In fact, our new iPad app for trade 
shows is a hot topic, responsible for quadrupling our Twitter traffic last month.

So here's the scoop- our trade show iPad app allows you to place all of your sales and marketing media at the fingertips of your team on their iPad or iPhone. You simply upload your media – everything from brochures, special reports, and technical specs to photos and videos - to your password protected administrative portal. From there publish the media to your own company branded version of the Media on Demand App on the iPads or iPhones used by your booth staff. Getting up-to-the minute information into the hands of your team is instantaneous.

With our iPad app for trade shows your booth staff will have the ability to share marketing materials specific to each visitor's needs, zoom in on charts and photos, and even play videos on demand. It's a great way to capture leads and follow up in real time. Booth staff simply type the visitor's contact information into the iPad to email product specific information immediately following their conversation.



Any contact information captured in the app is also centrally stored in the administrative portal so it can be exported and uploaded to a database or CRM system anytime.

Put the money you save on printing, shipping, handling, and storing large quantities of sales and marketing information into your own branded version of our trade show iPad app. Speed-to-market is a vital, competitive advantage in today's marketplace. Custom apps are expensive and require months of development time but for a fraction of the price of a custom app, you can be ready to go-to-market in just days.

To schedule a demo and get your 14 day FREE trial of this game changing technology, contact Hendrik Lenze, Director of Business Development.

 

Nomadic Gets Creative With Tech at Exhibitor2013

by Gwen Parsons 29. March 2013 01:52

Last week’s Exhibitor2013 show was a BIG hit – bigger show floor, new education sessions and more attendees preparing to invest in their trade show marketing programs. 

The show floor buzzed with activity and high spirited attendees.  Visitors were stopped in their tracks by artist Zach Trenholm  finger sketching avatars on his iPad in our booth and lined up to watch on a large monitor.

While attendees awaited their turn for a sitting, they were invited to watch a short video introducing our new Media in Demand App for iPad.  Visitors learned how much time and money they can save placing all of their sales and marketing media – literature, photos and videos – on their own branded version of our Media on Demand App for their sales team to use on their iPad or smart phone.

Those shopping for an easy-to-use display that offered a different look were impressed by our newest fabric display solution – Inspire.  It features a seamless fabric graphic and a convertible canopy that changes into four different shapes using the same canopy cover.  A basic 10 foot Inspire display packs in just one wheeled case that weighs less than 120 pounds, ships UPS or FedE,  includes its own folding step stool and has a refreshingly competitive price tag starting at under $4,300.

If you weren’t able to be there with us, here’s the next best thing – a short video.

 

Exhibitor celebrated its 25th anniversary with a champagne reception. We at Nomadic are among the companies that have participated in this event since it launched in 1989 so we were thrilled to be invited to join in the festivities. Congratulations to Exhibitor, Hall-Erickson and everyone involved in the education program on creating an industry success story and growing it for a quarter century!


Nomadic's Backdrop, Fit For The Queen

by Kat Shea 7. June 2011 18:27

Britain's Queen Elizabeth graciously accepted an invitation to visit the Republic of Ireland from its President, Mary McAleese. The 85 year old Queen was the FIRST British Monarch to visit Ireland in over a CENTURY.  Her landmark visit included a stop at the infamous Croke Park stadium in Dublin.  Accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, The Queen received a gift from the President of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), Christy Cooney.  The GAA oversees the national sport of Ireland: Hurling, which dates back over 3,000 years.  Hurling combines skills from baseball, lacrosse and field hockey into one action packed sport.  The Queen graciously accepted hallmarks of Gaelic sport: a stick called a hurley and a ball called a sliotar.

This once in a life time event called for the historic presentation to be set against none other than a Nomadic Display.  The vibrant GAA set design, seen by millions of viewers featured an intricate logo accentuated by luminous yellow light.  Another example of how Nomadic displays go b-e-y-o-n-d just trade shows to provide branded platforms for special events. Visit our entertainment gallery to see other high profile clients that have used Nomadic mobile presentations at live events. 

Never seen Hurling in action? check out this action packed video below

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Nomadic Kicks Off Memorial Day With Our Annual Barbecue Bonanaza

by Kat Shea 1. June 2011 02:10


The Nomadic grill masters showing smart in custom cooking aprons

Our Annual Pre Memorial Day Barbecue Bonanza kicked off with Nomadic employees excited to chow down on grilled sensations, catch up with coworkers and compete in the highly anticipated “watermelon seed spitting" contest.

Shortly after the award ceremony wrapped up, where Paul Collins received a gift for his 15th year at Nomadic Display, the “watermelon seed” spitting contest began. While some Nomadic employees had a dedicated technique and gave it their all, others tried to “wing it” with quirky maneuvers.

So who ended up having the most powerful lungpower, speed and trajectory? Kristen Olsson and Ryan Wallis sent their "watermelon seeds" soaring over 30' to take 1st Place.  Our winners did not leave empty handed and were awarded trophies for their top talents and will have to compete again next year to maintain the right to display their trophy at their desks.

Closing ceremonies included a lively dance off in the parking lot. See below our real time sequential diary right as the barbecue bonanza unfolded:


Our wonderful hosts creating fun filled activities every step of the way! - Thanks Karen and Leah


Paul Collins receives recognition for 15 years of employment at Nomadic from our President and CEO, Pat Goeke


The Competition Begins....

 
Our 2011 "Watermelon Seed" Spitting Winners (Left: Ryan Wallis, Right: Kristen Olsson)

 
Nomadic Employees Dancing with Stand Apart Style 

The Nomadic Family hopes that you had a fun filled and safe Memorial Day weekend too! If you liked this post use our social sharing buttons and send it to your friends.

 

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Nomadic Salutes Our Troops

by Kat Shea 26. May 2011 18:14


In honor of Memorial Day, Nomadic salutes the fallen men and women that lost their lives in service of our country. We have a couple of little known facts to share with you surrounding the history of Memorial Day via the History Channel:

  • Originally known as "Decoration Day", Memorial Day honored service men who had given their lives in battle by decorating their grave stones with flags and flowers.
  • Memorial Day was first widely observed in 1868 following the Civil War.
  • Congress declared Memorial Day a National holiday in 1971.
  • Today Memorial Day is celebrated in Arlington National Cemetery with a ceremony attended by thousands in which a small American flag is placed at EVERY grave site.

Take a few minutes to show your support and appreciation to the US military men and women stationed overseas by sending a FREE postcard today. 

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Nomadic Display Salutes Owners of Small Businesses

by Kat Shea 17. May 2011 02:21



Every year since 1963, the President of the United States has proclaimed National Small Business Week to recognize the contributions of small businesses to the American economy. A few little known facts may illustrate their impact:

  • More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business
  • Small Businesses create 60-80% of new jobs in the country 

The U.S. Small Business Administration honors the nation’s top entrepreneurs each year by selecting a Small Business Person of the Year from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam. 

Winners celebrate by gathering for a 3 day educational conference in the Nation's Capitol in May where one state winner is also selected as the National Small Business Person of the Year. This year's winners represent a broad range of companies including a pediatric outpatient clinic, technology solutions provider, gourmet chocolate manufacturer, “green” commercial cleaning service, and an educational publisher. 

Nomadic Display is a proud co-sponsor of Small Business Week. To recognize and promote their achievement, each Small Business winner receives a Nomadic banner stand as a trophy to use on premises and at local events

Not able to attend Small Business week? Check out the real time live webcasting directly from the event and you’ll feel like you’re there

Congratulations 2011 winners!!!.

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Nomadic Shows Smart in Love and Other Drugs

by Kat Shea 29. March 2011 19:11

While we may not all be racing to our Netflix queue to check out the head turning Romcom (romantic comedy), Love and Other Drugs, this coast to coast box office hit has generated lots of buzz from its witty dialogue to its racy romance scenes.

Executives at Twentieth Century Fox and Regency Enterprises needed a local Pittsburgh trade show display vendor to replicate a 1990’s pharmaceutical convention environment (known these days as a trade show). Pottersville Productions put Executive Producers for Love and Other Drugs in contact with our distribution partner, Innovation Exhibits; from there, Innovation Exhibits and Nomadic Display partnered up to REVIVE the 1990’s trade show scene, piece by piece. 

The Nomadic Rentals team raced to provide the hardware for the Pfizer and Merck booths that were the hallmark of this blockbuster hit.  Additionally, Nomadic supplied Innovation Exhibits with the raw materials to accurately construct 17 exhibits for the Pharmaceutical trade show.

After establishing the floor plan, layout and graphic specs, Innovation Exhibits began building the entire set to be shot and dismantled within the same day.  Nomadic displays unique engineering coupled with Innovation Exhibits expertise allowed film producers to set up, move and tear down displays (with ease) for shots at different angles. Our longstanding partnership with Innovation Exhibits fueled the show smart success of this exciting movie production. 

The Love and Other Drugs custom set design joins other custom sets that Nomadic has produced for the Hollywood spotlight including: Up in The Air, American Idol, America's Got Talent, Britain's Got Talent , X Factor, Star Trek, NFL and Fox Spots.

Check out our entertainment gallery to see other jobs that we have done for high profile broadcast companies and Movie sets. 

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