Most business exhibition stand design inspiration are made from similar molds that are customized with the colors and logo of each new business customer. Companies that create promotional products will print large media walls, make banners, and provide information stands to hold brochures. Some businesses upgrade those choices with a touch screen to interact with customers, a sky banner to draw attention to the booth location, or with a three-sided stand to block out the next booth at exhibitions and trade shows. Those products may be of high-quality and look professional, but they all start to look the same after visitors have viewed a dozen stands.
It is time to do something new to attract the attention of new customers. Creative Ideas For Exhibition Stands are available at various levels to suit most business budgets. Whether the stand is a permanent satellite location for the business, or one that is assembled and taken down over and over again, award-winning Exhibition Stand Designers can develop a display that is unique, stunning, and cannot be missed among the competition. Modular stands are flexible, lightweight, and portable. These are perfect for trade shows and temporary exhibitions, and are cost-effective.
Shell scheme exhibition stand is less expensive than renting a secondary store location. This type can be found in the centre walkway of a large mall, or at permanent exhibition centres like Excel Exhibition Centre in east London. Another option is a completely bespoke stand crated from scratch. The process for all stands includes designing, building, project management, essential components, and installation if applicable. Essential components can be furniture, large format screens, audio equipment, shelving, a counter, and even a refreshment section, if desired.
There a few factors business owners should consider when determining aspects of a new stand. The purpose of the stand will dictate the type of stand required. The size of the space allotted is also important in the design process. Decide the image or message desired to be portrayed by the final product. How many people will be working at the stand at any one time? The answer will help shape the configurations of the stand. If the stand only has to accommodate one staff person, there is more room for extras. If two or more staff will be working, it will have to be designed in such a way as not to look crowded or cluttered when customers arrive. Owners can View our design portfolio to see results of previous projects. Bespoke reception areas and showroom interiors are custom designed as well.