How can we transform your exhibit space into a real-time opportunity to engage and spur action? Let us show you how our exhibit design inspires the kind of connection that matters to you and your audience.

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How are we different?

Our creative, design and fabrication teams are unified under one roof so we can oversee the entire lifecycle of your project, from concept to completion. As a result, our tradeshow exhibit design benefits from synergies that bring more to the show floor.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

“Everything your company has done has been first class all the way … Our parent company, Edan Instruments in China, was watching closely as we launched a global rebranding of Edan Instruments, and the Edan Medical trade shows were the test case. Group Delphi made us look very professional, polished, and elegant!”

– Judy Bartlett-Roberto, Senior Marketing Consultant, Edan Medical

We Scale to Your Scale

In our world, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. We create custom, bespoke experiential programs that complement your marketing efforts and compel attention from your audience. Every solution is as unique as your needs. And then some.

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Making Genuine Journeys

We're experts at creating authentic experiences. From small footprints to international trade show programs, we have the hands-on knowledge and in-house talent to help you bring real life to your brand.

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3 Imaginative Trade Show Exhibits that Showcase Creativity and Craft

Our clients are known for their caliber of creativity in their respective industries. This sets a high bar for the kind of exhibit design our team needs to bring to the table. Fortunately, Group Delphi’s creative department is comprised of an awarding team of artists and artisans who rise, time and again, to the challenge. Jelly Belly Showcases Sweetness What…

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What to Keep in Mind When Communicating with Exhibit Designers

If you’ve heard of populist science writer Malcolm Gladwell, you’re probably familiar with the notion of “thin-slicing” from his book Blink. The basic idea is that humans have the remarkable ability to make snap analyses based on very little information. An art historian, for example, can glance at an exact duplicate of a particular sculpture and instantly know it’s a…

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