Think ahead about lighting before designing your booth
Thinking about lighting after designing your booth is like drilling a hole in an already renovated home to put in the lights. This is more costly and creates bigger problems.
Sometimes for overall booth design, giving way to other elements or just saving space will affect the effect of lighting design, and serious fire hazards may even occur.
Considering the lighting after designing the booth will be subject to many restrictions: you find that there is no place where lighting can be installed, so you have to choose other lighting that is not so ideal; or the booth structure itself has restrictions on the spotlights you want to install , A shadow area may appear on the booth.
Therefore, it is necessary to consider the lighting scheme on the booth in advance, especially for small booths that are open only.
Let design companies understand the key points of your promotion
It is necessary for the booth designers to fully understand your company's products, the information display area and the areas inside the booth that are important to your company, so that the effect of lighting design will be better, and the audience's attention will be greatly increased.
If your company did not tell the design company the core marketing points on the stand, then the lights may only be thrown into the dense introduction information and main publicity pictures of your company.
In addition, the company emphasizes different promotion priorities, which will also affect the choice of lighting fixtures, light colors and lighting effects.
Set aside some budget for lighting
Exhibitors may sometimes be caught off guard by the sudden costs of lighting and related equipment. Because the budget is limited, sometimes it can ruin a whole exhibition just beyond a small budget. Some exhibitors have never even considered the cost of installing, operating and dismantling the lamps and related facilities.
In addition, if your company wants to install an integrated lighting control system, this is another large budget. So it is best to let your design or construction company make a list of all the costs related to lighting and construction.
Additional lighting installations must be approved by the organizer and the venue in advance
If the construction staff does not obtain the approval documents of the exhibition hall and the exhibition organizer when installing related equipment into the hall, there is no way to perform the installation work. If you want to suspend the ceiling (large lamps), you must consult the organizer in advance. Each hall has different requirements for ceilings and hanging objects. You must apply in advance before the exhibition.
If you do not apply in advance, there will be a lot of trouble waiting for you at the scene.
Communicate with the organizer in advance about the actual situation in the booth and the exhibition hall, and let the design company understand that the detailed information can really help your company save time, effort and money.
Avoid making any changes at the last minute before the deadline
If there is any change in the display of your company's booth, the corresponding lighting position may also need to be modified. In addition, if you have flat or mirror items such as iPads on your booth, the movement of their positions may cause glare and make the audience uncomfortable.
The most important thing is that when the exhibition deadline is reached, the location of the lighting or any other modification is basically impossible.
If there are any adjustments to your booth design or lighting, please remember to contact the organizer's technical department in advance and inform, otherwise the construction site may become a "large accident" site.
Book enough power for lighting
Your booth should be glorious, and you need to put a variety of lamps on the booth, large and small, different power. But one thing is important. Is your electricity enough?