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Exhibit Concepts Named Finalist in Portable/Modular Awards
Exhibit Concepts is excited to announce that it has been named a finalist in four Portable/Modular Awards categories.
Here. There. Anywhere. Virtual Series (Part 4)
And that’s a wrap! We concluded our “Connections Happen Here. There. Anywhere.” series, as we discussed the channel that can be accessed “anywhere”: virtual. After a year of planning and
There Isn’t Just One Virtual Event
One thing common among virtual events is that they take “place” online. After that, virtual and digital events cover a wide range of possibilities and formats, depending on your needs, objectives, audience and budget. The good news is that there is sure to be a virtual solution that fits your situation.
Case Study: Ready for Takeoff! Woodward Energy on the Move Exhibits
Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Woodward company, dedicated to improving and evolving products that control energy for aerospace and industrial applications, desired a space
Behind the Mask: Communicating with Body Language and Voice
Ready to make a connection, utilizing verbal and nonverbal communication? Here are a few ways to bridge the gap while wearing a mask.
Harnessing the Power of Digital Empathy
When it comes to making a human connection, there is nothing more powerful than leading an interaction with empathy. But what if you don’t have the benefit of a human connection? Is it possible to have empathy through the screen of a computer?
How Experiential Education is Beneficial for the Kids: East Noble School’s Story
East Noble School Corporation saw our work with the Dr. Sarah Jandrucko Academy for Early Learners and were interested in reproducing the experiential education spaces for their school. Completed in January of 2021, East Noble’s Avilla Elementary School now has six experiential classrooms and hallway murals throughout.
What is a Hybrid Event? And No, It Doesn’t Involve Fuel-Efficient Vehicles
As there are glimmers on the horizon that large-scale face-to-face trade shows, conferences, meetings, and events may return this year, there seems to be universal expectation that many (if not all) of these events will have a “hybrid” element. But what exactly does that mean?
Here. There. Anywhere. Virtual Series (Part 3)
The heavily anticipated Part 3, “There”, portion of our Connections Happen: Here. There. Anywhere. webinar series focused on how COVID-19 has impacted the return of trade shows.
Mini eBook: Sales and Marketing at Six Feet Apart
With many states in the U.S. imposing restrictions on large group gatherings, requiring social distancing, and recommending or mandating facial coverings, Sales and Marketing teams are having to rethink and reinvent their approach.
2021 Trade Show Trends on the Horizon
Writing this year’s trade show trends piece feels a bit like being “Captain Obvious” on the playground. Trade shows in 2021 will be…different.
Exhibit Concepts, Inc. Expands Museum and Education Expertise
ECI has designed, built and installed museum exhibits and educational spaces across the U.S. for over thirty years and is pleased to announce the expansion of the team supporting these important projects.
Virtual Event Analytics – What’s Appropriate and How To Track
With many marketing teams turning to virtual and digital events to reach out to customers and prospects, read what metrics and analytics are appropriate.
Bond Gallery | Honoring a Life of Passion
Exhibit Concepts designed, built, project managed and installed this gallery to ensure everyone has the ability to experience nature and big game.
Learning the Lesson of Gratitude
Although 2020 didn’t end up as we all thought, there is much to be grateful for as we look back on this crazy year!
Happy Holidays & Cheers to 2021!
Exhibit Concepts, Inc. wishes you a wonderful Holiday season & Happy New Year!
Case Study: Timelines & Teamwork
This case study details how Exhibit Concepts worked with the American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) to offer a dynamic program focused on the Department of Energy’s (DOE) past, present, and future missions.