We had produced a few graphics and rollup banners for Scotmas and it’s other companies and they had an important exhibition coming up. They needed a portable self build solution but had a limited budget.
We designed them a shell scheme compatible solution using a number of popup displays, both straight and curved. Branded counters were made out of the transport cases to complete the stand.
Originally, Sail Scotland required a self build exhibition stand for the various shows that they exhibit at across Europe. Easy transportation, easy change to fit different spaces, and easy to build quickly without tools. Our solution was an ISOframe Wave 10 panel stand. ISOframe Wave delivers an 8m width of flexible graphic wall. A bespoke shipping crate was built to transport this display kit around Europe safely.
Following on from the successful use of the ISOframe Wave stand, Sail Scotland looked for a cost effective solution for their space only stand at the London Boat Show at Excel London. For this one, we designed and produced the graphics and rented them a T3 Exhibition framework. You’ll also see a hanging S shaped banner above which helped increase their visibility within the hall.
We designed and produced this nice, clean pop-up display for Brightwater for their use at multiple shows and events. Pop-up bundles still remain a very popular and cost effective form of self-build exhibiting.
Arnest approached Redblu to help with making their stand more professional. They were looking for a modular exhibition system with the ability to easily rework the graphics and in the future have the ability to build themselves.
T3 Exhibition System to the rescue. No tools make the T3 system easy to build from the fantastically easy to follow build plans. If you can help your kids with lego kits, you can build T3. We added in some nice graphics, a display tower for showcasing products and an ultra lightweight counter.
For the first show they used the stand at in Paris we sent one of our fitters to build and break the stand. From then on Arnest used their own sales team to build the stand.
Aberdeen Journals needed an illuminated, eye-catching display to promote their Energy Voice publication at various events. The unit needed to be easy for the team to build without us installing every time for them, and break down for maximum portability. This unit was the result. The front fabric graphic is internally illuminated by LED wands (not quite as magical as they sound, but a good solution nonetheless), while the side and rear graphics are 100% blockout material, meaning light does not escape anywhere other than through the intended front face.
We designed this exhibition display stand using the T3 Modular Exhibition System. Easy build system using no tools, you’ve got to see it to believe how flexible it is and how easy it is to build.