Grainger’s Partners in Performance Award recognizes our strategy, design and engineering work on corporate events and exhibits.
For over 70 years, we’ve been known for our exhibit and tradeshow capabilities. But, at EXHIBITORLIVE 2019, we showed how we’ve evolved to be so much more.
Standing out at CES is no small feat. And this year, three Czarnowski clients (LG, Panasonic and USPS) landed on EXHIBITOR magazine’s Best of CES 2019 list.
The latest edition of the Insider explores CES 2019’s most impactful exhibits and dissects how and why they engaged their audiences so effectively.
The experience-over-things mentality has contributed to the rise of the pop-up—and the pop-up’s popularity with event marketers. Here are four reasons why you should consider adding a pop-up to your next marketing campaign.
How the Innovation and Experience Lab cast aside lectures and sales pitches to engage and inspire event marketers at IMEX America.
Sometimes creative marketing ideas come out of nowhere. And sometimes they’re delivered directly to your inbox—like the latest issue of Trend Alert.
It was our mission to give HCEAConnect attendees exactly what they wanted. So we designed a personalized and interactive experience to deliver just that.
How we pioneered the use of a fidelity matching process to create kinetic rhythm with computer graphics and won a GM Innovation Award for our effort.
In the experiential marketing age, event attendees expect action. Use these tips to create a dynamic experience your customers (and sales team) will love.
You don’t have to travel far to get exhibit and event marketing inspiration. The latest issue of Trend Alert delivers it fresh to your inbox.
Three keys to ensure your pharmaceutical trade show exhibit remains in attendees’ minds long after they leave the trade show floor.
We opened Czarnowski Shanghai to better serve our international exhibit and event marketing customers. Learn more about our newest office.
Here are five of the top CES 2018 exhibit trends that will continue to be powerful forces in the exhibit and event marketing industry for years to come.
Bored by ordinary marketing experiences? Craving something fresh and exciting? Trend Alert has the bold exhibit ideas you’re looking for.
We’re excited to once again make Event Marketer’s Fab 50 list—an influential agency listing of the top event and trade show exhibit builders.
Our customers are the inspiration behind everything we do. So it was only fitting that our experience at this year’s HCEAConnect be a tribute to them.
Spending less doesn’t mean settling for less. With the right exhibit rental solutions, you can reduce costs without sacrificing quality or custom design.
The latest issue of Trend Alert is overflowing with new and unique ideas for event marketing and exhibit design.
You don’t stay in business for 70 years without learning a few new tricks. The latest step in our evolution is our visualization studio in Portland, Maine.
Dinner parties and marketing events can be super awkward. Use our EXHIBITOR LIVE 2017 Dinner Party Plan to entertain and engage guests at your next event.
The Insider’s inaugural edition explores CES 2017’s most powerful exhibits and dissects how and why they engaged their audiences so effectively.
The latest issue of Trend Alert is jam packed with interactive art installations, arresting architecture and other exhibit and event marketing inspiration.
Sometimes our competitive nature shows up in goofy ways. Most of the time we put it to good use, like fundraising for Randy Smith Memorial Golf Classic.
The Zero Accident Plan is more than a slogan; it’s an attitude that not only reduced employee injuries but also increased our efficiencies.
Imbibe in some Technology Mixology, your guide to creating a technology engagement that dazzles, delights and connects your audience to your brand.
To generate some serious buzz for their premium kitchen appliances, Electrolux wanted to take their “Lux” show on the road—with Czarnowski’s help.
It’s not every day you get to build a robot. So when Malwarebytes asked us to turn a hand-drawn sketch into a larger-than-life bot, we were excited.
Fabric’s versatility makes it a perfect fit for exhibit and event marketing. It transforms a basic nuts and bolts structure into a dramatic brand statement.
We bring brands to life. When the brand is a luxury icon like Cadillac, we had to think bold, sophisticated and optimistic—we had to think like Cadillac.
The exhibits we developed for our clients at LA Auto Show 2015 allowed their customers to explore and discover the brand’s unique personality.
Our Unlearn & Reframe philosophy helps you step back from what you think you know about experience marketing and consider an alternative angle.
Travel can be brutal even on the most seasoned globetrotter. Here are a Czarnowski road warrior’s top 7 travel tips to keep you going.
Porsche’s new office was designed for work and play. In addition to offices and conference rooms, the facility features a restaurant, museum and test track.
We’re honored to once again be part of the distinguished group of suppliers recognized for going above and beyond GM’s uncompromising requirements.
Lots of companies can make an exhibit rendering, but it takes a qualified expert to make it a reality. And what we delivered for Chevy was pretty amazing.
After breaking away from the GM corner to more posh accommodations in the center of the hall at NAIAS, Buick needed a bold, upscale look and we delivered.
Standing out from the crowd is a good thing. So we were pleased when two of our designs were recognized in “The 20 Most Eye-Catching Booths at CES 2015.”
Czarnowski client Sandvik earned Event Marketer magazine’s 2014 Silver Event Design Award for “Best Trade Show Environment (50’ x 50’ and up).”
Czarnowski client MINI earned Event Marketer magazine’s 2014 Silver Event Technology Award for “Best Use of Single Technology (B-to-C).”
Designed around a white and sky-blue color palette, the award-winning BMW Experience leveraged rectilinear architecture and modern design elements.
Coca-Cola turned to us to make its NACS exhibit pop. Our solution: 60 video microtiles working together to simulate digital convenience store coolers.