Increase your profit by using trade show booth

There are lot of ways are there to improve our business. But one of the best ways to improve the business and to increase profits trade show is a good option. Trade show booths are the mainstay of trade shows. It will attract all the consumers/people those who are visiting exhibitions. Exhibitors use them to showcase products, services and ideas.
Table skirts are used for special events including trade shows. They attach around the perimeter of a table using special clips or just Velcro. They can be printed on to add a logo if needed and come in a variety of colors. Nowadays everything is made as customized one. We can make our own design and it can be used in table skirts.
Among many different items available for trade show, one of the important and attractive elements is Banner stands. Banner stands are also very useful advertising tools that can be set up anywhere. There are retractable versions, L shaped styles and different shapes which can be used as indoor / outdoor models.
In the trade show, so many companies will be displaying their products and advertisements about the product. Just to separate out the exhibit booths you can use Pipe and drape. It is used as booth dividers for trade show displays. Many other organizations use them as privacy walls and crowd control. Even in the Pipe our company logo and the quotes will be printed

HDFC Bank net profit raised 32.7%

HDFC Bank today reported a 32.7 % increase in its overall net profit for this quarter ended 30 Sep 2010, to Rs912.1 cr, compared to the same quarter Sep 2009.The amount which mentioned above is after tax, Profit before tax for the quarter ended 30 Sep 2010 increased 35.4 % year-on-year to Rs1,352.6 cr. The bank paid Rs440.5 cr as tax for this quarter.
HDFC Bank's net revenues including net interest income plus other income increased from 15.9 % to Rs3,487 cr during the quarter ended 30 Sep 2010 from Rs3,009.3 cr in the corresponding quarter of the year 2009.The bank reported total income of Rs5,770.7 cr during the quarter ended 30 Sep 2010 against Rs5,045.4 cr in the quarter ended 30 Sep 2009.For the half year ended 30 Sep 2010, the bank reported a 33.3 % increase in its net profit at Rs1,723.9 cr over the corresponding six months ended 30 Sep 2009.

NIFTY Trading below 6000

All the asian markets were down and following that the Indian stock market also seeing a sharp correction due to continuous profit booking session by the investors. According to analysts, investors were booking profit to add Coal India Limited to their portfolios through this Coal India Initial Public Offering (IPO).

Today morning, once after the market opening it was trading in a volatile manner. Because of the opening of India’s biggest-ever IPO i.e. Coal India Ltd(CIL). All the investors will try to book some profit and plan to invest on this Coal India IPO.

Asian markets also slipped in the red. Nikkei 225 was down 0.11 per cent, Hang Seng slipped 0.98 per cent and Taiwan Weighted declined 1.75 per cent. Even stock markets in Japan are up while markets in China have seen a sharp reversal after a strong start. Other regional markets are in the red. The scene in Europe too remains indecisive,” Today morning, National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty was at 5998.40, down 64.25 points which is 1.06 %. The broader index touched a low of 5985.40 and high of 6115.10 in today’s trade. Market breadth was negative on the NSE with 2001 losers against 1271 gainers.

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex was at 19905.91, down 219.14 points which is 1.09 %. The 30-share index touched a low of 19870.51 and high of 20195.06 in early trade.


The Coal India IPO which has opened for subscription on October 18, 2010(today) has kept stock market experts busy. Even though most of them are bullish on Coal India IPO, some of the experts are negative on the country’s largest IPO. One such example is Reliance power, which was the biggest IPO raised more than 11K Crores via IPO.
The Indian government and SEBI has fixed a price band at Rs 225-245 a share and They are offering 63.16 crore shares via this IPO issue, which aims to raise more than Rs 15,000 crore through this IPO. It closes on Oct 21st 2010.
Citigroup Global Markets, Deutsche Equities, DSP Merrill Lynch, ENAM Securities, Kotak Mahindra Capital and Morgan Stanley are the lead managers for this issue.
According to some of the analysts Coal India Limited(CIL) IPO is priced attractively and the one can invest on it. But in an Interview, Sanju Verma, Centrum Broking said that she won’t not subscribe to Coal India Limited IPO. She reasoned that though CIL is 40% cheaper than peers on EV/EBITDA, only 18% of it is top quality coal.