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Touchscreen Exhibition Kiosks

If you display at the consumer, public, industrial and trade exhibitions in the major venues around the UK, you will know how important it is to make your stand look as good as it possibly can, after all, you only get one chance to create a good first impression. With many of your direct competitors at the same exhibition everything has to be neat and organised and all the correct information and products need to be displayed looking their best. Having a kiosk at a trade show helps you to display all the information you need, as well as giving the visitors to your stand the impression that you are at the cutting edge with all the latest technologies.

A kiosk does look striking at a show, and they do attract visitors to come over for a closer look. When a kiosk is not being used by a user, it can display adverts and information and invite passers-by to interact with it. A touchscreen kiosk acts as an additional sales resource on your exhibition stand. The kiosk can feature video sales presentations or speaking 'Avatars' to help sell your products and services. The kiosk can run stand-alone or have a 3g or WIFI connection for internet connectivity.

When you have a Trade show kiosk with a bespoke stand sporting your companies branding, you know that you have always arrived at the event with the correct information. The kiosk is already programmed with all the relevant information that you want available to your customers, product information, datasheets, brochures etc. Which means that the Kiosk will save time on setting up your stand.

Often at shows you don’t have the opportunity to talk to every person who approaches your stand. Having a kiosk at the stand means that they can still find out the information that they require or they can leave you a message to contact them at a later date. The kiosk can show your product brochure as a PDF or flash movie file which allows for interaction.

The kiosk can also be set up with a printer so customers can print off any information that they would like to take away with them. This might be information about your company and contact details or a catalogue of your product lines. Visitors can also scan their visitor badge using a bar code scanner or enter their contact details using a touch screen keyboard.

Having a kiosk at a show means that even if you exhaust your product supplies, your visitors can order on the Kiosk. The kiosk can also have a credit card reader attached so that it can take payment for orders placed. This is great if you have a rush on, because it means that you can keep selling even if you have run out of stock at the venue.

Interactive kiosks can also be combined with digital signage to present your products in a number of ways. There are lots of different types of kiosk which you can consider with a range of screen sizes, choice of mounting methods and options for keyboard, telephone handset, bar code scanners and printers. Kiosks can be free-standing, wall mounted or desk mounted and have a choice of options for how they can be branded.

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Please take a look at our standard range of kiosks each of which is designed to create a base layer upon which a wide range of additional options can be included. Kiosks4business approved options include chip & pin, bar code scanner, printers and much more.

Eidos

Wheelchair accessible kiosk perfectly suited to NHS and local government services Eidos

Figur

Narrow kiosk designed for ticketing, events and reception areas Figur

Acis

Sleek Dual screen wall mount kiosk Acis

Nixi

Compact wall / desk mount kiosk Nixi

Totem

Totem is the ultimate platform for digital signage with back-to-back large format signage displays positioned above the main interaction screen Totem
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