Good things come in small packages


Newbies and budget-conscious people alike are often attracted to portable displays for their first trade shows. Start small and work your way up is often the philosophy, which is fine, as long as you have a strong marketing plan and realistic expectations. To help ensure your success, you need to understand the world of portable displays. Typically, portable displays are lightweight, easy to setup and take down, don’t require tools for assembly and take under 30 minutes to put together.


Pop-Up Display Stands

Pop-ups have been the benchmark for 30 years for are the most common type of portable displays. They consist of a collapsible, self-locking, lightweight framework that literally pops up to form a curved or straight back wall. The structure is then covered with a seamless magnetic finish and quality graphics. Graphics are attached with a magnet system, making them a snap to change as needed.


Pop Up Displays are ideal for any business and can be used as a product display (with product showcases), Media backdrops, Trade Show or Exhibition walls or multi media presentations (with LCD or Plasma screens). Considering the functionality of pop-ups, they're an inexpensive and very workable alternative to custom exhibits.


Pull Up Banners

Pull Up Banners are a type of portable display comprising a metal base which contains one or more roll-up tension graphics suspended from a segmented pole. Pull Up Banners are easily transportable and small enough to be stored at your office. Pull Up Banners are a great solution if the size of your booth space changes from exhibition to exhibition as you can place multiple banner stands side-by-side to create a continuous image, or use individual Pull Up Banners as freestanding displays within a larger space. There is a Pull Up Banner to suit your exhibition or conference need, from double sided Roll Up Banners, interchangeable graphics, and stand alone systems.


Spyder Displays offers many options for your next display – sometimes bigger is not necessarily better. So when you're shopping for your next portable exhibit, keep the old adage in mind – good things really do come in small packages.