The Ultimate Guide for Creating Outstanding Inline Exhibits
What is Inline exhibits
The term linear exhibits or inline exhibits is derived from the fact that there is a straight line of exhibitors side by side. They are designated 8’x10′, which means 8 feet deep by 10 feet wide. Frequently, the other linear sizes are 10-by-10, 10’x20, and so on. Regardless of the size of your exhibit space, you will most likely be limited in 2 ways: height and line of sight.
The drape line-height determines your exhibit structure’s allowable height. Most portable (or pop-up) exhibits and banner stands will be between 78″ to 95″ (96 is 8′) tall. The show rules usually specify a maximum height of 8′ tall. Drape lines are used to separate the exhibitors back to back and to provide a visually uniform backdrop.
If your exhibit is taller than 8 feet, then the backside of your exhibit will be exposed in the space behind you. If you plan to go taller, I suggest the exhibit height preapproved by the show organizer to get a space along the show perimeter where the show rules may allow you to go to the 12′ height maximum.
As you move forward in the booth space, you are usually not confronted about going a little taller as the sightline from the booth behind you looking up is at a pretty steep angle. A variation to the eight ′ tall exhibits that usually do not impose a problem is a header that sticks up slightly taller, is not directed against the back wall, and has a finished backside.
Think about the attendee experience at a trade show. Consider the best way to interest prospects when approaching your inline exhibits. An inline exhibits design house can help you create a tailor-made exhibit for your company. Your inline exhibit is the physical manifestation of your brand.
Here is the Ultimate Guide for Creating Outstanding Inline Exhibits for your business.