Memory Lane – back to the 90s

The 90s was the decade of “bigger is better”. Big movies like Titanic, Braveheart and Forrest Gump. Big voice singers like Celine Dion, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. Big Impeachment scandals, big agreements towards peace in the Middle East. This philosophy was conveyed through to tradeshows throughout the decade. Big floor space and big builds were the trend.

The team at Impact is very fortunate to have built their experience from the decades of industry leadership provided by company founder, Diana Wilkins. This deep catalogue of past trade shows and past clients gives Impact an incredible foundation to continue building on.

Pictured above is a broad cross section of trade show’s prevalent in the 1990s.

Still popular today, 30 years later, the Fine Food Show was where Mondeleze built their statement stand to proclaim their distribution of industry leading brands like Cadbury, Schweppes and Cottees.

The Easter Show is more popular now than it ever was in the 90s, whilst based in the smaller Moore Park location. The NSW government used this popular platform in 98 to promote to the general public the Olympic sized development, and the eventual new home of the Easter show around Homebush Bay

Still large industries today, you can also see pictured Redkens large demonstration stage at a 90’s Hair show and Sandviks dual story stand build at an early 90’s Mining Expo.