Design is everything when it comes to your temporary displays, but the basis for all great designs is the material. To pick out the right material for your temporary displays, there are several factors you need to consider, including:
- Your budget—We understand that you have a budget for your temporary displays, and some materials cost more than others. We’ll help you pick out a display material that aligns with your budget and the type of profit margins you expect to achieve from selling your product.
- How long the displays need to last—Some temporary displays need to last an entire season, while others only need to last for a few weeks to introduce a holiday-related product or other short-term item. Since most temporary displays usually have a lifespan of a few months, one of the most-recommend materials we suggest is corrugated cardboard.
- The product you want to display—The last thing you want is for your temporary displays to fall down, crack, or otherwise degrade because the product is too heavy for them to support. Carefully consider the weight of the product you want to sell and the material you choose in relation to it.
- The cost of shipping—Part of your budget should also account for shipping expenses. If you want to invest more, for example, in a stellar design, choose a material that will cost less to ship, so you stay within your budget. If, for instance, you have to ship your temporary displays to a far-off destination, the material you choose should also come into account for the sake of not paying a fortune in shipping.