Launch of new concept, the 'Invisible Exhibition Stand Solution'

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Exhibition design & build company, Quadrant2Design, launch the 'Invisible Exhibition Stand Solution': creative stands and displays that show the exhibitors branding and message... and nothing more!

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Design Director, Chloe Anderton

We now have a solution that is what an exhibition stand system should be; a creative piece of system architecture that conveys the clients desired branding and marketing message, without in itself being visible!

"We've just got fed up of creating lovely graphic design concepts for our clients exhibition stands, only to see it ruined on the final exhibition stand, by ugly metal poles and beams,” complains Quadrant2Design’s Director, Chloe Anderton.

Chloe: “Too many exhibition stand solutions have visible structure, often poles and beams, that cut through a clients branding, text and photography. With these solutions, designers have to try to ‘design-around’ these obstacles, but in many cases that’s not possible, and the end result is that a clients important message is cut through by a big metal pole!”

This problem has led to Quadrant2Design dropping these exhibition solutions from their portfolio to concentrate solely on their new flagship Prestige Events System.

In contrast to other solutions, Prestige has no visible structure, leading to the new concept, the ‘Invisible Exhibition Stand Solution’.

“We now have a solution that is what an exhibition stand system should be; a creative piece of system architecture that conveys the clients desired branding and marketing message, without in itself being visible! We now offer clients creative exhibition stands with lovely flowing panoramic graphics and not an ugly piece of metal in sight. The ‘Invisible Exhibition Stand Solution’!” enthuses Chloe.

Exhibitors and Event Managers wishing to learn more about the Prestige Events System are urged to visit http://www.prestige-system.com

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