There are many tools that companies use to promote themselves and among them, banners are some of the most popular. Popular for usage at all kinds of events or shows, these banners can effectively display information and advertisements.
However, there are a number of things that are worth considering before you order one, including how you want the banner to look like and what it should be made of.
Design, Size and Aesthetic Appeal
Pull-up banners are large and thereby able to send the message through a greater area. However, they come in a variety of different sizes and you should choose the one that best fits the rest of your display. Since these are usually displayed at trade shows or fairs, blending in with the rest of the setup is imperative.
The type and size of the stand is also important because it will hold up the banner. Some poles are thicker than others and they may be necessary for larger ads. Stand clips vary as well by aesthetics, so choose one that you think will look best while remaining in the budget.
Pull-up banners are meant for indoor usage only. Similar designs are used for outdoor ones, but they are slightly different to accommodate the elements. Because of this, you need to decide if extra lighting is necessary. Depending on the building you are displaying it in, you may need a small light underneath the banner to make the image on it more visible to your clientele.
You may also consider using a double-sided display instead of a single-sided one. This is more useful because, especially at fairs, your banner can be easily seen by people traveling from either direction, reaching a wider audience.
For Everyone to See
Pull-up banners are an excellent marketing tool for any indoor event and they come in different sizes and can be displayed in various ways. If used properly, they can show off your company’s message to every guest in the room, making your business noticed by hundreds of potential customers.
To find out more about our different types of banners and other promotional products in the Perth area, call us on (08) 92444 111.