Accell Group NV shifted into top gear with a functional exhibit that comprised multiple meeting rooms, 16-foot-high graphics, and a slatted wall that showcased its pedaling products.
Medical-device-maker MedMix Systems AG used LED-illuminated product displays and shelving laminated in the company's corporate colors to create a surgically clean look for its exhibit.
With shaker-style white cabinets and a butter-yellow back wall adding warmth to a home-away-from-home setting, Brownie Brittle LLC's booth was as sweet as the crunchy confections the company cooks up.
As large as the food pathogens it analyzes are small, Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. used wood, aluminum, and fabric elements, and sensuous accent lighting in its 3,000-square-foot exhibit to feature its many medical products.
Toyo Tire & Rubber Co. Ltd. burned rubber with a 3,000-square-foot exhibit leveraging overhead signage, video towers, and tire stands resembling giant dumbbells.
Unirac Inc.'s double-deck booth featured product displays made from the structural-steel frames it uses to manufacture solar-panel mounts.
Nexen Tire Corp. hit the road with a 50-by-50-foot double-deck booth whose silicone-edge graphics fuel-injected the booth with the powerful look of a muscle car.
Long, uninterrupted walls, soaring vertical graphics, and looming entry arches alongside fabric skins in peacock-bright colors rendered Nuance Communications Inc.'s exhibit as splashy as a pop-art painter's canvas.