“Betterfy” Your Trade Show Display with an Eco-Friendly Island Exhibit


If you’re looking to upgrade your old, outdated trade show display, an eco-green island is quite possibly one of the trade show world’s most “betterfied” pairings.

Combining all the marketing benefits of an island exhibit with the satisfaction that comes from making an environmentally responsible purchase, a green island display has the ability to make both your sales team and the board of directors happy — and that in and of itself is one powerful combination.


Vanilla or Chocolate? Have Them Both!

Some things are just better when paired together. Hot apple pie and ice cream … peanut butter and jelly … you get the idea. With an eco-friendly island exhibit, you won’t have to sacrifice high quality for a low carbon footprint. Plus, you’ll enjoy all the benefits that an island display has to offer. It’s the best of both worlds.



Bulletproof Your Trade Show Future

In an effort to curb all the waste generated by the trade show industry, going green may soon become a mandatory, rather than an optional, choice. Federal regulatory agencies like the EPA, working in conjunction with other organizations, have been attempting to create new standards for the trade show industry which would eventually eliminate traditionally-manufactured booth elements. Purchasing an eco-friendly island exhibit now will help to ensure that your company is compliant with new regulations as they are enacted.


What Makes It Eco-Friendly?

Eco-green trade show displays are manufactured using “lean” manufacturing techniques and sustainable, renewable, recycled, or recyclable materials, such as:

  • Fabrics from 100% recycled soda bottles
  • LED energy efficient lighting
  • Recycled aluminum extrusions
  • FSC certified wood
  • Biodegradable eco-board graphics
  • Sustainable packaging
  • Green acrylic alternatives
  • and more

betterfy2Here at EXHIB-IT!, we’ve partnered with world-class green manufacturer eSmart in offering some of the most well-made island displays in the industry. Check out our eco-friendly island design gallery to learn more.

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