As with a lot of product research you will be over faced with lists of companies and options that fit in to the search criteria. Whilst exhibition displays are a product you can buy online, it’s also important that you understand what you’re buying and that the company is on hand to give you any details you need so an informed decision can be made.
You may have a supplier in place already or you might be looking for alternatives, along with new quotes and display choices. If you do find yourself looking for a new provider, you need to make sure they are right for you and can offer the displays you desire.
There’s a few ways that you can do your research and ways for you to gain confidence and trust in you display company, we have a list of what to look out for…..
Check out the reviews
Before we part with our well-earned money or marketing budget, it’s best to check that our money is going to the right place. Before getting your heart set on a display, do some digging and check out their customer’s thoughts and ratings.
An easy way to do this is to look at the Trust Pilots and any reviews you can find. Using this method is a great way to get reasonable and accurate feedback so you can see how the products perform and the level of customer service you’ll receive.
Whilst looking at Trust Pilots is part of the research phase, it’s a good idea to take to the internet and see who else can offer the same service with a high-quality product.
Don’t just settle on the first price you receive; you might find doing some shopping around will lead you to a fantastic company who offer both brilliant service as well as the perfect product.
Seeing a wide portfolio from a brand is inspirational and shows they can really deliver on the display front. Whether they decide to showcase images on social media or share an in depth case study on the site, both show great promise.
Browsing through a catalogue of projects that have been designed and created by them, gives a clear vision of how they work and the quality you should expect. Seeing previous work will give you confidence in them.
Refer a friend
Word of mouth is a strong tool. How many times have you been recommended a place to eat or a tv show to watch? And majority of the time you’ll take the recommendation as it allows you to try something new from a person you know well.
The same principal comes to exhibitions and displays, when a colleague comes to you with fantastic comments about a company, you’d be silly not to check it out.