I like to think that the TV series Dragons’ Den has something to do with the recent spate of entrepreneurial spirit in the UK, and who knows – I might be right. Whatever is causing it, it’s certainly happening and small business are springing up all over the place. So what do all these small businesses have in common? They all need to find their customers, and how do they do this? Well, it all depends on the type of business, but small exhibitions and fairs are becoming more and more popular. Small business owners of a similar niche often gather together with the public to show what they can do and perhaps sell some of their wares. Companies like web design huddersfield can’t survive without customers, so luckily a lot of these new startups are wanting budget web design too!
Now, the days of a paste table with a sheet over are long gone for most people! When it comes to exhibitions, people want stylish, portable and cost effective solutions. one of the best and most popular for the small business owner is the roll up banner. These units consist of a banner and stand unit, and are easily erected as well as being small when collapsed and so easy to transport. These roll up displays can also be put up by one person (as opposed to needing a team!) so they are ideal for the sole trader who might not always have access to an extra pair of hands at a trade show. As ever, design is very important when it comes to maximising the effect, and companies like website design huddersfield will help you with this if needed.
It’s amazing though – even at events at the NEC, with much bigger companies in attendance, you will still see lots of this type of unit in use. You’d think that big and rich companies would go for something more esoteric, but I guess that it’s testament to the quality of these units that companies will use them, even if their promotional budgets are huge – look at all the stickers they give away!. A good idea is a good idea, regardless of cost. It’s not unusual to see many of these stands on one exhibition even when there are more expensive exhibition items already there as well – they work great as a secondary item on larger stands, as well as a primary unit on a smaller stand. They really are that versatile! Exhibitions aside they can also be seen regularly at hotels, supermarkets, museums, libraries - you get the idea! Anywhere a customer needs a great, freestanding display solution you will probably find a banner stand. And trust me – they are going to get more and more popular as word gets out! Cheap banners really do the business!