Preparations are well underway for the 52nd annual Design Automation Conference. This year it is taking place in San Francisco June 7-11, and there’s still room on the exhibition floor to show other attendees what you’ve got.
Since 1963, the Design Automation Conference (DAC) has been a place where people at the forefront of systems design and engineering can come together to share ideas, see new innovations, and of course network for more customers. The conference is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the Association for Computing Machinery, and the Electronic Design Automation Consortium. Each year’s conference draws members of 1,000 organizations and its exhibition area features 200 different companies presenting their design innovations.
Increasing DIY technology makes it so anyone can present their own handmade graphics at relatively low prices, but even designers who focus on automated systems instead of graphics can appreciate the value of a professional hand. Granted, good graphic design and good design for electrical systems are two very different things that accomplish completely different ends. And sure — if the design for your trade show presentation boards are a little off, it most likely won’t result in an electrical fire.
It might, however, cause potential customers to walk by your booth without a second look. With more information, images, and competitors on the market, it is now more important than ever to ensure you have impressive, standout design to bring attention to your business. This is especially true in the bustling atmosphere of a trade show, where presenters put their best printed materials forward.
We at eGenoa are always pleased to help you advertise your business with materials that present your business with the highest level of professionalism. You can browse some of our most popular trade show display products – which include the ever popular 10 and 20 foot popup displays – to find what previous customers have found draws the most customers to their tables, and find something that shows off your company’s unique products and systems.