Stand Design And Construction In United States Of America – (USA) By Exhibition Makers Stand Builder Company

Why you should choose Exhibition Makers company for building your booth?

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In the fastest way

with 15 years of distinguished experience, our company prioritizes timely delivery as one of its main commitments.

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Professional and capable staff

Our team is composed of specialists with extensive experience in exhibition booth construction, who continuously update their knowledge and skills.

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CNC Machinery

The use of CNC machinery in booth construction not only enhances speed and workforce efficiency but also ensures precise detail delivery.

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Making in different countries

To save on transportation and accommodation costs, we have established multiple workshops across the globe over the years.

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Booth making in high area

Our company has the capability to construct booths exceeding one thousand square meters for each exhibition cycle.

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Certificates

Our company holds ISO9001, ISO10002, and Event Management certifications.

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Stand Design In United States of America For General Food

Exhibition Makers company is active in exhibition industry in designing and building the most unique booths for more tha...
  • Food
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 80 Square meter
  • 3Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Alton

As a trusted company, The Exhibition Makers offers you a unique design and building your booth in a wide range of stand selection as you desire such as: Custom, Modular, Double Decker and Portable stands.
  • Electronic
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 500 Square meter
  • 7Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Shamloo

With a professional 3D design , photo preview of your stand at pre-built stage and a dedicated project manager who handl...
  • Publisher
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 200 Square meter
  • 4Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Donami

Exhibition Makers company is active in exhibition industry in designing and building the most unique booths for more tha...
  • Design And build
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 400 Square meter
  • 6Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Cacan Aluminyum

As a trusted company, The Exhibition Makers offers you a unique design and building your booth in a wide range of stand selection as you desire such as: Custom, Modular, Double Decker and Portable stands.
  • Aluminum industry
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 100 Square meter
  • 4Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Hazza

With a professional 3D design , photo preview of your stand at pre-built stage and a dedicated project manager who handl...
  • Design In Rooms
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 500 Square meter
  • 7Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For Erna Teknik

Exhibition Makers company is active in exhibition industry in designing and building the most unique booths for more tha...
  • App & Services
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 150 Square meter
  • 4Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating

Stand Design In United States of America For RROLL Fuanitlae

As a trusted company, The Exhibition Makers offers you a unique design and building your booth in a wide range of stand selection as you desire such as: Custom, Modular, Double Decker and Portable stands.
  • Wooden furniture and chairs
  • USA-Conference and Exhibition of Lodz International Fair
  • 18 June 2023
  • 100 Square meter
  • 4Day Runtime
  • 5 Rating
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John S – Virgo

"The booth construction by Exhibitionmakers was outstanding! The attention to detail and quality of workmanship were top-notch. Our booth stood out among the rest and attracted a lot of attention from attendees. We were extremely impressed and satisfied with their services." - John S.

Sarah W – Donami

"Exhibitionmakers exceeded our expectations with their booth construction. They were able to bring our vision to life and create a stunning booth that perfectly represented our brand. The team was professional, efficient, and easy to work with. We received numerous compliments from visitors, and it definitely helped us make a lasting impression at the event." - Sarah W.

Michael R – Alton

"I can't thank Exhibitionmakers enough for their exceptional booth construction. They understood our requirements perfectly and delivered a booth that was not only visually appealing but also functional. The booth design was innovative, and the overall execution was flawless. It definitely played a significant role in the success of our exhibition. Highly recommended!" - Michael R.

Emily L – Hazza

"Working with Exhibitionmakers for our booth construction was a breeze. From the initial consultation to the final installation, they handled everything with utmost professionalism. The team was responsive, creative, and detail-oriented. They incorporated all our ideas and suggestions into the design and created a booth that truly reflected our brand identity. We received positive feedback from both our team and visitors. Great job!" - Emily L.

David M – Shamloo

"Exhibitionmakers' booth construction was nothing short of exceptional. They transformed our space into an immersive experience that captivated visitors. The craftsmanship and attention to detail were remarkable. The booth not only looked fantastic but also provided a comfortable and engaging environment for attendees. We were extremely pleased with the results and wouldn't hesitate to work with them again." - David M.

Jerrard Nicki

One of the best exhibition holders I have ever seen. They are very meticulous in their work and very punctual.

Viktoriya Josephina

Amazing . I can only say it that fhey are awesome. We had a very big stand in last year's Dubail Medical exhibition and they just built it in the fastest way with the best price.

Devon Alana

We had worked with many stand builders in many years , but Exhibition Makers company was one of the best.they have a great and professional team and a 24 hour support.We really recommend them.

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Event management

Event management

Event management is the process of creating and maintaining an event. This process spans from the very beginning of planning all the way to post-event strategizing. At the start, an event manager makes planning decisions, such as the time, location, and theme of their event. During an event, event managers oversee the event live and make sure things run smoothly. After an event, event managers are tasked with reviewing event data, submitting KPI and ROI findings, and staying on the ball for any post-event offerings. All different branches of planning go into event management, including various types of sourcing, designing, regulation checks, and on-site management. In event management, you could be in the process of creating a conference, a product launch, an internal sales kick-off, or even a wedding. Really, any event that requires considerable planning and execution is event management.
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ISO 10002

ISO 10002

Quality management — Customer satisfaction — Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations Abstract This document gives guidelines for the process of complaints handling related to products and services within an organization, including planning, design, development, operation, maintenance and improvement. The complaints-handling process described is suitable for use as one of the processes of an overall quality management system. NOTE Throughout this document, the terms "product" and "service" refer to the outputs of an organization that are intended for, or required by, a customer. This document is intended for use by any organization regardless of its type or size, or the products and services it provides. It is also intended for use by organizations in all sectors. Annex B provides guidance specifically for small businesses. This document addresses the following aspects of complaints handling: a) enhancing customer satisfaction by creating a customer-focused environment that is open to feedback (including complaints), resolving any complaints received, and enhancing the organization's ability to improve its products and services, including customer service; b) top management involvement and commitment through adequate acquisition and deployment of resources, including personnel training; c) recognizing and addressing the needs and expectations of complainants; d) providing complainants with an open, effective and easy-to-use complaints process; e) analysing and evaluating complaints in order to improve the quality of products and services, including customer service; f) auditing of the complaints-handling process; g) reviewing the effectiveness and efficiency of the complaints-handling process. This document does not apply to disputes referred for resolution outside the organization or for employment-related disputes.
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9001 ISO

9001 ISO

Checking that the system works is a vital part of ISO 9001. It is recommended that an organization performs internal audits to check how its quality management system is working. An organization may decide to invite an independent certification body to verify that it is in conformity to the standard, but there is no requirement for this. Alternatively, it might invite its clients to audit the quality system for themselves.
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Stand design in USA- Stand design in united States Of America- Stand making in America – Stand making in USA

Economy of united states of america ( USA )

The United States has a capitalist mixed economy which is fueled by abundant natural resources and high productivity. According to the International Monetary Fund, the U.S. GDP of $16.8 trillion constitutes 24% of the gross world product at market exchange rates and over 19% of the gross world product at purchasing power parity (PPP).

The nominal GDP of the U.S. is estimated to be $17.528 trillion as of 2014 From 1983 to 2008, U.S. real compounded annual GDP growth was 3.3%, compared to a 2.3% weighted average for the rest of the G7. The country ranks ninth in the world in nominal GDP per capita according to the United Nations (first in the Americas) and sixth in GDP per capita at PPP. The U.S. dollar is the world’s primary reserve currency.

The United States is the largest importer of goods and second-largest exporter, though exports per capita are relatively low. In 2010, the total U.S. trade deficit was $635 billion. Canada, China, Mexico, Japan, and Germany are its top trading partners. In 2010, oil was the largest import commodity, while transportation equipment was the country’s largest export. Japan is the largest foreign holder of U.S. public debt. The largest holder of the U.S. debt are American entities, including federal government accounts and the Federal Reserve, who hold the majority of the debt.

In 2009, the private sector was estimated to constitute 86.4% of the economy, with federal government activity accounting for 4.3% and state and local government activity (including federal transfers) the remaining 9.3%. The number of employees at all levels of government outnumber those in manufacturing by 1.7 to 1. While its economy has reached a postindustrial level of development and its service sector constitutes 67.8% of GDP, the United States remains an industrial power. The leading business field by gross business receipts is wholesale and retail trade; by net income it is manufacturing. In the franchising business model, McDonald’s and Subway are the two most recognized brands in the world. Coca-Cola is the most recognized soft drink company in the world.

Chemical products are the leading manufacturing field. The United States is the largest producer of oil in the world, as well as its second-largest importer. It is the world’s number one producer of electrical and nuclear energy, as well as liquid natural gas, sulfur, phosphates, and salt. The National Mining Association provides data pertaining to coal and minerals that include beryllium, copper, lead, magnesium, zinc, titanium and others.

Agriculture accounts for just under 1% of GDP, yet the United States is the world’s top producer of corn and soybeans. The National Agricultural Statistics Service maintains agricultural statistics for products that include peanuts, oats, rye, wheat, rice, cotton, corn, barley, hay, sunflowers, and oilseeds. In addition, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides livestock statistics regarding beef, poultry, pork, and dairy products. The country is the primary developer and grower of genetically modified food, representing half of the world’s biotech crops.

Consumer spending comprises 68% of the U.S. economy in 2015. In August 2010, the American labor force consisted of 154.1 million people. With 21.2 million people, government is the leading field of employment. The largest private employment sector is health care and social assistance, with 16.4 million people. About 12% of workers are unionized, compared to 30% in Western Europe. The World Bank ranks the United States first in the ease of hiring and firing workers. The United States is ranked among the top three in the Global Competitiveness Report as well. It has a smaller welfare state and redistributes less income through government action than European nations tend to.

The United States is the only advanced economy that does not guarantee its workers paid vacation and is one of just a few countries in the world without paid family leave as a legal right, with the others being Papua New Guinea, Suriname and Liberia. While federal law does not require sick leave, it is a common benefit for government workers and full-time employees at corporations. 74% of full-time American workers get paid sick leave, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, although only 24% of part-time workers get the same benefits. In 2009, the United States had the third-highest workforce productivity per person in the world, behind Luxembourg and Norway. It was fourth in productivity per hour, behind those two countries and the Netherlands.

The 2008–2012 global recession significantly affected the United States, with output still below potential according to the Congressional Budget Office. It brought high unemployment (which has been decreasing but remains above pre-recession levels), along with low consumer confidence, the continuing decline in home values and increase in foreclosures and personal bankruptcies, an escalating federal debt crisis, inflation, and rising petroleum and food prices.

Science and technology of united states of america ( USA )

The United States has been a leader in technological innovation since the late 19th century and scientific research since the mid-20th century. Methods for producing interchangeable parts were developed by the U.S. War Department by the Federal Armories during the first half of the 19th century. This technology, along with the establishment of a machine tool industry, enabled the U.S. to have large-scale manufacturing of sewing machines, bicycles and other items in the late 19th century and became known as the American system of manufacturing. Factory electrification in the early 20th century and introduction of the assembly line and other labor-saving techniques created the system called mass production.

n 1876, Alexander Graham Bell was awarded the first U.S. patent for the telephone. Thomas Edison’s research laboratory, one of the first of its kind, developed the phonograph, the first long-lasting light bulb, and the first viable movie camera. The latter led to emergence of the worldwide entertainment industry. In the early 20th century, the automobile companies of Ransom E. Olds and Henry Ford popularized the assembly line. The Wright brothers, in 1903, made the first sustained and controlled heavier-than-air powered flight.

The rise of fascism and Nazism in the 1920s and 1930s led many European scientists, including Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, and John von Neumann, to immigrate to the United States. During World War II, the Manhattan Project developed nuclear weapons, ushering in the Atomic Age, while the Space Race produced rapid advances in rocketry, materials science, and aeronautics.

The invention of the transistor in the 1950s, a key active component in practically all modern electronics, led to many technological developments and a significant expansion of the U.S. technology industry. This, in turn, led to the establishment of many new technology companies and regions around the country such as Silicon Valley in California. Advancements by American microprocessor companies such as Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), and Intel along with both computer software and hardware companies that include Adobe Systems, Apple Inc., IBM, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems created and popularized the personal computer. The ARPANET was developed in the 1960s to meet Defense Department requirements, and became the first of a series of networks which evolved into the Internet.

These advancements then lead to greater personalization of technology for individual use. As of 2013, 83.8% of American households owned at least one computer, and 73.3% had high-speed Internet service. 91% of Americans also own a mobile phone as of May 2013. The United States ranks highly with regard to freedom of use of the internet.

In the 21st century, approximately two-thirds of research and development funding comes from the private sector. The United States leads the world in scientific research papers and impact factor.

Income, poverty and wealth of united states of america ( USA )

Further information: Income in the United States, Poverty in the United States, Affluence in the United States, United States counties by per capita income, and Income inequality in the United States

Americans have the highest average household and employee income among OECD nations, and in 2007 had the second-highest median household income. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, median household income was $59,039 in 2016. Accounting for 4.4% of the global population, Americans collectively possess 41.6% of the world’s total wealth, and Americans make up roughly half of the world’s population of millionaires. The Global Food Security Index ranked the U.S. number one for food affordability and overall food security in March 2013. Americans on average have over twice as much living space per dwelling and per person as European Union residents, and more than every EU nation. For 2013 the United Nations Development Programmers ranked the United States 5th among 187 countries in its Human Development Index and 28th in its inequality-adjusted HDI (IHDI).

After years of stagnant growth, in 2016, according to the Census, median household income reached a record high after two consecutive years of record growth, although income inequality remains at record highs with top fifth of earners taking home more than half of all overall income. There has been a widening gap between productivity and median incomes since the 1970s. However, the gap between total compensation and productivity is not as wide because of increased employee benefits such as health insurance. The rise in the share of total annual income received by the top 1 percent, which has more than doubled from 9 percent in 1976 to 20 percent in 2011, has significantly affected income inequality, leaving the United States with one of the widest income distributions among OECD nations. According to a 2018 study by the OECD, the United States has much higher income inequality and a larger percentage of low-income workers than almost any other developed nation. This is largely because at-risk workers get almost no government support and are further set back by a very weak collective bargaining system. The top 1 percent of income-earners accounted for 52 percent of the income gains from 2009 to 2015, where income is defined as market income excluding government transfers, the extent and relevance of income inequality is a matter of debate.

Wealth, like income and taxes, is highly concentrated; the richest 10% of the adult population possess 72% of the country’s household wealth, while the bottom half claim only 2%. According to a September 2017 report by the Federal Reserve, the top 1% controlled 38.6% of the country’s wealth in 2016. Between June 2007 and November 2008 the global recession led to falling asset prices around the world. Assets owned by Americans lost about a quarter of their value.  Since peaking in the second quarter of 2007, household wealth was down $14 trillion, but has since increased $14 trillion over 2006 levels. At the end of 2014, household debt amounted to $11.8 trillion, down from $13.8 trillion at the end of 2008.

There were about 578,424 sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons in the U.S. in January 2014, with almost two-thirds staying in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. In 2011 16.7 million children lived in food-insecure households, about 35% more than 2007 levels, though only 1.1% of U.S. children, or 845,000, saw reduced food intake or disrupted eating patterns at some point during the year, and most cases were not chronic. According to a 2014 report by the Census Bureau, one in five young adults lives in poverty, up from one in seven in 1980. As of September 2017, 40 million people, roughly 12.7% of the U.S. population, were living in poverty, with 18.5 million of those living in deep poverty (a family income below one-half of the poverty threshold). In 2016, 13.3 million children were living in poverty, which made up 32.6% of the impoverished population.

In 2017, the region with the lowest poverty rate was New Hampshire (7.3%), and the region with the highest poverty rate was American Samoa (65%). Among the states, the highest poverty rate was in Mississippi (21.9%). According to the UN, around five million people in the U.S. live in “third world” conditions.

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