Case Study: Home Depot
The Home Depot Supplier Diversity Department was in need of an exhibit to educate suppliers and vendors about their Supplier Diversity Program. One goal of the exhibit was to allow prospective minority and women suppliers and vendors to access The Home Depot's supplier database and fill out a profile application while in the booth. The design needed to convey all of the different facets of The Home Depot's business.
Their design requirements included a three computer stations, meeting tables, product display cases, and the booth must feel like you are entering a Home Depot Store. The booth was also required to be used in several different configurations.
Exhibits South provided The Home Depot with a design that met all of their needs. The design included a beautiful wood structure with large changeable graphic areas. Computer stations were provided for easy access to their online application process. Large columns with product and award shelving hold up large structural headers.
We recommended that The Home Depot use lightweight portable exhibits with vibrant photomurals for the 10' x 10' shows. This recommendation has helped keep the costs of their smaller shows within budget.