What exactly do you get when you buy a custom digital spinning wheel for your trade show booth or corporate events? The digital spinning wheel part is easy to explain: you get a fun, crowd-gathering game that plays on iPads or a flatscreen TV, that you can use for awarding prizes
I don’t know about you, but personally, I have a hard time sitting in a general session listening to speakers go on and on and on. If I am not sitting near the front the whole thing turns into blah, blah, blah. And, my mind starts to wander. However, if
SocialPoint recently introduced 3-dimensional layered graphics to our popular Virtual Prize Wheel game. We thought this would be a great time to share that product enhancement, plus share many other recent Virtual Prize Wheel examples. Our goal is to inspire you as you consider how to graphically portray your brand with
A glass fishbowl is an icon of old-school trade show exhibiting. But it’s time to retire it -- for something better. Most likely you’ve seen an exhibitor put a glass fishbowl on their booth counter for visitors to toss in their business cards in the hope of winning a prize. Exhibitors
Many of our exhibiting clients tell us they crave trade show ideas on how to attract more visitors to their booth. They want an attraction that makes their booth irresistible for attendees walking down the aisle.
We know our Challenge Bar Trivia game sounds pretty darn good to exhibitors looking to stand out: Our fun trade show trivia game drives greater booth traffic, engages attendees with your booth staffers, teaches prospects about your products, and captures lead data. Because our trivia game is built on a
Trade show games are a proven, yet dramatically underused activity to get more potential customers into your booth. After hundreds of client game implementations, we know trade show games attract a crowd and get attendees engaged with your booth staffers. But, if using games in your booth is a new idea