CES 2013 kicks off today in Las Vegas and promises to be chock full of all kinds of new gadgetry and tech. The massive international trade show is expected to draw around 150,000 attendees from the industry who will flock to ‘Sin City’ from all over the world to get a taste of the cutting edge of consumer electronic technology. All of the biggest names in high-tech will be there strutting their stuff and trying to woo media and attendees with their newest projects and products. As such, we can expect to see some of the most creative and interesting exhibition design on display.
As one of the largest and most prominent trade shows in the world, CES never fails to provide a stunning example of why creative design is essential for your trade show display. A quick Google Image search for ‘CES’ will net you some of the most impressive examples of exhibition design. If you are lucky enough to be able to attend the trade show, you can’t miss the jaw-dropping, elaborate designs from some of the largest companies in consumer tech, which make you feel like you’ve actually stepped into the future.
Creative use of lighting, product displays, entryways, signage and more are everywhere in CES and truly show off what is possible with the best exhibition design. Although many of the exhibitions are very large and expensive affairs, the exhibits on display at CES still demonstrate the best of trade show exhibit design and offer inspirational examples for every business and brand, from the largest to the smallest. No matter what your budget, it pays to look into custom exhibit design, which will enable you to make the most of all of these techniques to ensure that your own trade show display las vegas is the most eye-catching at your next trade show.
Let Blazer Exhibits & Events design your next trade show display and make sure that your brand sets itself apart from the rest of the pack. We offer cutting edge exhibition design services that can be customized to meet the needs of any company and brand, large or small. And make sure you keep an eye on the news coming out of CES 2013 in the next couple days for the latest on consumer tech, including high(er) definition television, home automation and much more.
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