A day’s worth of marketing with your exhibition stand

How do you tell people about your forthcoming exhibition? How do you increase footfall to your stand?

We all know that just turning up on your stand is not good enough. But do you know how to really prepare your company for a successful exhibition?

We decided to help out. All new and existing clients that commission a new stand build will get a full day’s free marketing help.

This could mean help with pre/post show press releases to encourage footfall to the stand, profiling your attendance at the show, approaching journalists to arrange on-stand interviews during the show, researching and drafting press releases and/or case studies to include in the press pack, copy writing for on-stand literature, ideas for on-stand competitions or anything else relating to your particular show.

It is up to you to decide how the day is best spent and it won’t cost you anything.

Why are we doing this?

Quite simply – because we want you to do amazingly well at your exhibition and help you achieve higher ROI. We also like to shout about our happy clients. We believe they become loyal clients and are pleased to tell others about our good work.

So it’s a win-win. A more successful exhibition for you and more work for us. Smiles all around.


Toy display and play table

We loved getting involved in our recent project of making a toy display stand and a children’s play table to be installed in Hamleys of London.

The toy display had room for two boxes of the toys available to purchase underneath and space to display the toys on the top. This has been positioned in front of the existing shelving. Next to the toy display they have positioned the play table.

The play table top has grooves for the train track that has been attached to it and a cut out in the middle where the play house sits. The house is removable and it opens up to a mesh storage filled with toys. There is a keyhole cut out to show the toys in the mesh when the house is in position.

We have since had order for two more tables to be shipped one to New York and one to Germany for the forthcoming exhibitions this year.