Suppliers of products and services to the Australian exhibition and event industries, ExpoNet , has launched a new custom stands and special projects brochure to educate exhibitors about the different types of custom exhibits available, and give them fresh ideas for creating an impression on the exhibition floor.
This new custom exhibition stands and special projects brochure is more than a simple product catalogue. Designed in part to be an educational tool, this brochure provides design descriptions and images of the custom stand options available, including fully customised, hybrid build and modular system stands.
ExpoNet CEO, Jim Delahunty knows that choosing the right custom exhibition stand to meet clients requirements and budgets is not always an easy task. This new custom exhibition stands and special projects brochure aims to give clients a head start when they come to talk to ExpoNet about their exhibition needs.
“Rather than just presenting a mix of glossy photos, we’ve looked to provide some weight to the brochure and outline the features and advantages of each custom stand option,” says Delahunty.
The brochure also presents a host of ideas and inspiration to help exhibitors stand out from the crowd on the exhibition floor, with short case studies and images of some of ExpoNet’s most ambitious and imaginative custom exhibition stands.
From an elaborate, fully customised stand built for Etihad Airways that incorporated an airport lounge and Formula One model car, to a sleek modular system stand designed for Nokia Siemans to meet tight deadlines and budget requirements, this new custom stands and special projects brochure delivers a snapshot of the innovative exhibition stands of varying styles and sizes ExpoNet can offer.
“There is really no limit to what can be achieved with a custom designed exhibition stand and the brochure is a great opportunity to not only showcase the capabilities of our project managers, designers and production staff, but also feed the imagination of companies preparing to take part in an exhibition,” says Delahunty.
The brochure also showcases ExpoNet’s work away from the exhibition arena with descriptions and case studies of work on special projects ranging from portable educational display units to shopping centres displays.