Affordable Trade Show & Exhibit Options

In general, if a company only expects to demonstrate once or twice a year, renting rather than owning makes more sense. Renting an exhibit costs roughly one-third to one-half of the cost of buying one, so how much the booth will be used is a significant consideration. Not in a position to acquire a bespoke display or don't require one? It's no problem! For your next event, we create a personalized trade show rental. Other design firms may provide generic, off-the-shelf rentals, but we approach trade show exhibits rental the same way we treat unique exhibits for sale. Trade show rental booths are a realistic option for businesses that are not ready or willing to commit to a bespoke booth or enterprises that do not have a custom booth in their budget. On the other hand, rental trade show booths are a cost-effective option that provides a gorgeous display without the price tag.  

We understand that you have a specific objective in mind. There is no reason you shouldn't have a beautiful, branded booth to assist you in reaching your goals, whether you're launching a new product, raising brand awareness or increasing sales. How can rental booths at trade shows keep costs down? When renting an exhibit, several costs are not covered. Continue reading to learn why renting a booth is such a cost-effective option for businesses. We'd be pleased to show you what you can do with a low-cost rental trade show booth –  contact us here  or give us a call at 800-234-6760. 

There Are No Extra Charges For Custom Design 

Time is money, and planning and designing a trade show exhibit takes time. With a rental booth that is already elegantly constructed, you can eliminate this line item expenditure! Standard sizes of rental trade show booths are available to meet most trade show booth spaces. The actual structure of the booth will be pretty straightforward, despite the fact that the designs will clearly display your branding and prominently display your company name and/or emblem. The structure's minimalism does not compromise the beauty of the real booth. You can still have a great-looking booth without paying for specialized design. 

There Are No Ongoing Maintenance Costs 

Maintaining a booth can be costly, and the longer you own it, which should be several years for most businesses, the more expensive it becomes. The best part of renting a booth is that you don't have to pay for its upkeep. You can pay a minor cleaning charge or a refundable damage deposit, but none of these amounts too much when compared to the entire expense of adequately maintaining a booth year after year. Make sure to read your contract to see what fees you'll have to pay. Each show house is different, and these costs may or may not be charged. 

No Expensive Frills 

Affordable solutions aren't always packed with the most impressive features - after all, that's why they're so inexpensive! Rental trade show booths are designed to be clean and straightforward, with no additional frills. If you want a unique look for your trade show booth, a custom trade show booth is the way to go. Rental booths don't come with fancy frills, but it also means you're not paying for them. You can save money and select affordability by renting a trade exhibits booth.  

High-Quality Materials At a Reasonable Price 

One thing to keep in mind with rental trade show booths is that they are usually made of high-quality, durable materials. This makes the structure sturdy, allowing it to be reused by multiple clients without causing the frame and booth mechanics. When you rent a booth, you'll get a high-quality booth at a reasonable price. 

Three Tips For An Affordable Trade Show Display: 

A trade exhibition is unlike any other event in terms of possibilities. Your display can aid in forming new business ties, identifying new customers and clients, and more. As a result, it's critical to make a positive impression and get the most out of your trade show experience.  

You will need an excellent trade fair exhibit to accomplish this. However, your display does not always have to be expensive. Indeed, with a bit of preparation and imagination, you can design a trade show exhibit that is both successful and efficient, allowing you to maximize your time at the event. Here are three suggestions to assist you in achieving your goal. 

Keep It Basic and Focused - The first step to creating fantastic trade show exhibits that are also economical is to keep things simple and focused. While at the trade show, have a clear idea of what kind of message you want to send. This not only allows you to focus your exhibit's general scope till it's laser-focused, but it also allows you to save money. 

Use Effective Design - The overall graphic design of your display is quite significant. The perfect trade fair exhibit will convey your message while also showcasing your brand's entire identity. You don't always need to spend tens of thousands of dollars on elaborate interactive multimedia displays; sometimes, simple graphic design is the best alternative. 

Make Memories - Getting visitors to your trade show exhibit is the initial step, but it isn't the most crucial. People will walk by your exhibit at some point; the trick is to make sure they remember you. Make sure your exhibitor engages them in meaningful interactions, and do everything you can to leave a lasting impression on them. This could be as a result of employing freebies or simply establishing a good first impression, but make sure you do it.  


It might be challenging to develop the ideal exhibit design on your own within budget, and hiring professionals can often help you save even more money. You acquire results quickly and without wasting time with the help of a professional exhibit designer and builder.  

Get connected to the best trade show suppliers if you're interested in renting a trade show booth. Although rentals come in conventional sizes and designs, there are many ways to personalize the display and make it your own. We'd be pleased to show you what you can do with a low-cost rental trade show booth - contact us here  or give us a call at 800-234-6760.