Bett 2020 was an exhibition I really wanted to have a close look at to see how prevalent modular exhibition stands were becoming. It’s the main industry showcase for Education Technology and there are always some pretty cool stands there. The thing I’ve noticed is that more and more larger companies are working with smaller stand spaces and smaller budgets and then you have the smaller companies that are moving up from shell scheme stands to their first space only stand.
Thing is they all want to get the maximum impact to generate interest when they are at the exhibition.
So what should they do?
Design an attractive stand that is on brand, that gets the message across simply and effectively and doesn’t cost the earth.
How do they do it?
Choose from a standard modular exhibition stand design that they have seen or get a bespoke stand design created. Use a modular stand supplier who will be able to offer better value than the custom built exhibition stands and rent the stand.
The World’s Largest Education Event – Bett in London is the place to be if you have anything to do with Education Technology, If Google is exhibiting with a large stand then you know it’s important.
T3 stands take over Bett
I had heard a rumour that the leading modular building system T3 was going to be heavily used at the exhibition so I thought I’d take a few snaps of the ones I saw on build up days.
T3 is the world’s most versatile modular display system.
It is the most unique, compact, reusable and reconfigurable modular exhibition stand.
With components that twist and lock together, T3 is also brilliantly simple to construct and requires no tools to build.
Nothing competes with T3 for speed and ease of build.
So it was true, Modular Exhibition Stands were taking over at Bett.
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