I want to find objects that we frequently see/use in trade show, what keyword shall i type in search engine?

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trade show search question by Studenzt: I want to find objects that we frequently see/use in trade show, what keyword shall i type in search engine?
Some company provide this kind of solution for client who is going to run a tradeshow. so designer just need to take those object design & information from the company as a reference to model the object in 3D to see the trade show overall impression.

I’m trying to find those objects that we frequently see in exhibition, trade show, road show, show, but I have no idea where to find this information with images.
Such as.

Bunting, Display shelf, custom display.

Any URL provided will be great!

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Answer by netjr
Get the manufacturers name and see what kind of web site they have.

House of Trades/House of Magic

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3 thoughts on “I want to find objects that we frequently see/use in trade show, what keyword shall i type in search engine?

  1. I think if I’m getting this right, you want to see examples of what a quality booth would look like at a trade show? I know of a company in San Diego that does incredible work called Exponents… http://www.exponents.com then if you have a library card (sounds lame, stay with me) find the SIC code for a company and go to your library, go to Reference USA (you can actually go online to your library to reference USA, it’s just not user friendly) and run a “custom Search” based on your city and the SIC code and you’ll have all of those businesses within your area. If you don’t care about the area, just run it on the SIC Code. Hope this helps

  2. May be you can go on google or yahoo under search and type in objects that we frequently see/ usein trade shows. That usually works for me. And HI:)

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