ElectronVault of Woodside, CA partnered with Skyline Exhibits Bay Area for their trade show debut at the International Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles. ElectronVault invents and licenses technologies that enable large-scale battery systems for electric vehicles and renewable energy systems to be manufactured, sold, and serviced. At EV26 they exhibited in a prime positioned and unique 10×20 island space at the Los Angeles Convention Center. At Skyline we decided the pair of our Envoy system would be an ideal look and feel for the vehicle technology industry.
On the show floor…
“What thrilled me about working with Jessica Orias and her team, was that very quickly, they understood our corporate image and how to translate that into a beautiful and effective booth. We received many compliments on our booth each day of the show, but most importantly, it was a good working and conversational space for my team and our booth visitors. Thank you!”
Linda Maepa, COO
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I am an avid fan of 60 minutes and recently caught up on the last month of episodes thanks to my trusty DVR. The Jan. 9th segement, “Dead Celebs: A Living for the Dead,” profiled deceased celebrities and their lucrative careers as a “deleb” (dead-celeb). Their post mortality life turns quite profitable with new or re-released albums, licensing projects, and movies. During the segment 60 minutes visited the Licensing International Expo, two Skyline designs were previewed. The picture above (excuse the blurriness - the shot is of my tv using my blackberry camera) is Skyline’s Tube ultra 10×20 inline for the Bruce Lee brand. A very simple 10×20 exhibit with side wings and two spaces for meeting space.
The second design is the John Wayne brand exhibit using Skyline’s tube system in a 20×20 island space. They created an walk in environment, however to not block sight of attendee traffic the exhibit called for transparent sheer graphics as their wall panels.
It is quite evident on why 60 minutes decided to use these exhibits for their segment. Most skyline exhibits are predominantly graphics based which allows for a large and impactful visual, a great tool and source for press.
(Actual show pictures by Skyline)
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ASI of Fremont, CA has been working with Skyline Bay Area for over 8 years. Each year they host a ASI Tech Expo. This year they debuted a 10×20 Tube Exhibit with full dye sub graphics as their demo and product display for the evening event. The futuristic graphics provided by ASI made the exhibit come to life. Grey color counter tops and perforated backer panels for the workstations areas highlighted the graphics. In addition to the back wall exhibit, Skyline’s exclusive stratus tables were wrapped in the same graphical scheme for more demo area.
Kudos to ASI (luckily) they did not have a union driven event which gave them the freedom to do a wonderful set up all on their own!