To find a good exhibition stand builder, means a companywith know-how and knowledge with the ability to create apart from an eye-catching exhibition design. The ability to create a presence from all exhibition areas in the exhibition Hall, from the interior decoration and increase the appearance of your goods and services with product displays with multimedia like screens and monitors is the way to go.
When our brief has been presented to our designers, they will often kick off by brainstorming different ideas, meticulously considering each objective, theme and message outlined in the brief. They start by mapping out rough elements of the stand, sketching out finer details to be considered. Given the creative nature of this process, no two project concept developments are the same! Each designer has their own preferred method of going through their creative process, and how they wish to present this back to us for further evaluation, but some of the aspects they’ll consider are:
Possible colour schemes
Space layout, and the dimensions of these
Interior design such as flooring and furniture
Design features which reflect the company background
Any previous designs the client has used
Structural elements that can be repurposed for future shows
Placement of more sophisticated elements, such as interactive media
Once they have laid out all the components of the exhibition design, they bring this to life using state of the art 3D computer-aided visualizations to really help our client picture how it will look on the day. This prototype is sent to our project manager, who checks if this accurately captures what the client envisaged and meets the requirements of the show.
An exhibition stand contractor does not only build an exhibition stand he has working experience, he is individually thinking and handling exhibitors requirements he understands exhibition marketing targets and he can implement those in the design and in the overall look of the exhibition stand. He creates VIP areas if needed or interesting product displays to catch the eye of the customer.