Navigating the Current Supply Chain Impact on Trade Shows

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Are you surprised by the cost of executing your tradeshow now that in-person events have returned? We understand. The industry is experiencing unprecedented challenges in labor and material shortages. Exhibit companies are adjusting to operate knowing common items may not be as readily available as they were pre-pandemic. With that in mind, here are some […]

The Positive Return of In-Person Events

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The fall trade show calendar is full again this year, and the team at Nationwide 360 couldn’t be happier to be back on the expo floor celebrating the positive return of in-person events. With six decades of experience under our belt, we wanted to share our thoughts and observations from recent shows and our outlook […]

Redesign or Refurbish, What Fits Your Needs?

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Now that trade shows have returned, you are most likely thinking about the impact of your company’s presence on the show floor. The most important component of this is your trade show booth. Many companies have found that their brands have changed since their last in-person event. This has created the need to update the […]

Is a Hybrid Exhibit Show Strategy Right for You?

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The pandemic has taught us the importance of prioritizing trade show strategy flexibility.  A new way to do this is to think beyond traditional face-to-face meetings. What does it look like when we merge in-person events with online virtual platforms? As people return to the show floor, we see the potential of employing a hybrid […]

Physical Shows are Coming Back! How Do I Prepare?

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Seeing tradeshows and events returning to convention centers across the country has no doubt been a feeling of relief for many companies.  The ability to showcase products and services once again in a real-time, face-to-face environment is something that we have all been waiting for.  How to make that transition has left some trade show […]

Virtual Exhibits and Virtual Events – What Does My Company Need?

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By now, you have certainly heard the buzz about Virtual Events.  One of the biggest questions we have received since stepping into this new product line is, What is the difference between a Virtual Event and Virtual Exhibit and how do either help my business?  With over 60 years experience in designing and building cutting […]

Preparing for the Return of In-Person Events

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Whether your company participates as an exhibitor or attendee, businesses big and small are anxiously awaiting the return of in-person events.  As that day gets closer, our team has been considering how they may look different than the last time we were all together.  Here are some of our thoughts. Physical Booth Structures Tailored for […]

Transforming Our Business in a COVID World

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It is hard to believe that Nationwide 360 has been a proud partner to businesses for their trade show needs for over 60 years.  Over that time, we have seen our share of challenges, unexpected environments and situations that have required us to think outside the box.  However, nothing, absolutely nothing has challenged our business, […]

Oaks and Diamonds – Dealing with Professional Pressure

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Whenever I get the opportunity to make a contribution to the Nationwide 360 blog series, I usually start by looking for a quote to set the tone of the piece. These sometimes clever quips are usually light and airy, but the first kernel of wisdom that popped up in a search while preparing for the […]

The Importance of Adaptability in your Exhibit Program

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With the holidays upon us and the New Year right around the corner, this time of year is one of reflection. We often consider our personal and professional achievements of the months just past as well as how to improve upon those successes in the coming year. Naturally, along with those considerations come thoughts about […]