Although the cost of eye-catching interactive kiosks with LED signs, lighted screens or Lcd screens has decreased in the digital era, banners continue to attract attention. You can expect that microenterprises will have at least 2 different huge banners laying around for marketing, inside and outside events for promotion because they demand less upkeep and start at a lower price.
There are so many different varieties of banners, such as pull-up and extendable banners, pole placards, teardrop flags, and many more, that picking the proper one might be difficult for first-timers. With such widespread appeal comes a plethora of potential signage options. Not only because of their variety but rather because of their flexibility, billboards are the Swiss-army blade of advertising.
What exactly is a banner?
Long pieces of cloth with a motto or graphic on them are used to symbolise a corporation, organisation, government, or other institution. Unlike typical signs, these are not stiff. Although banners are traditionally described as being made of fabric, they may now be constructed of a variety of materials with differing degrees of density, flexibility, and sturdiness. Flags and banners are distinguished by how they have been exhibited rather than by colour, form, or pattern. A banner is usually affixed to a frame or pole on both sides, whereas a flag is usually just tied to one side.
What are teardrop banners?
Teardrop flags are compact, lightweight, and collapsible banners. They’re teardrop-shaped banners that come in a variety of sizes to suit your needs. Such flags have a more tight appearance than feather banners and hence do not sway as much in the breeze.
Teardrop banners are useful for a variety of purposes
1. Sturdy and long-lasting
The pennant, as well as its stand, is sturdy enough to support your pennant during your stay at the expo. The majority of these panels include an aluminium pop-up structure that is not only solid and sturdy for exhibition but also lightweight for travel and keeping.
2. Takes up very little space
As a result, the flags don’t take up much room during the trade fair and are easy to keep safe. Whereas the pennant folds into the bottom, the extendable pole that supports it collapses effortlessly for storage.
3. Fits your car
Thanks to the aluminium frame, these flags are lightweight and can be easily carried from the venue to the closet, in the car (yes, you don’t even need a van to carry them), or to the nearest exhibition centre. This is an important advantage to keep in mind when attending various trade fairs, where promotional materials and content are needed.
4. Maximum visibility and cost performance
Both sides of the flag can be used to provide maximum visibility. You can decide for yourself whether to print the same information on both sides or to promote your product or company on one side and print your contact details on the other side.
5. Multipurpose banner
It can be used not only to promote the stand but also to guide visitors to the stand. Place it in strategic locations such as admissions and registration offices so that people can see them and write down their booth numbers. It can also be placed on the border of the trade fair to maximise brand exposure and promotion.