The Prestige System is an absolute exhibiting must. Every stand we produce is pre-built before it leaves our premises for an exhibition, we can then eliminate any unwanted errors and fix any flaws in the system.
(PRWEB UK) 19 June 2014
Quadrant2Design make stands built to last. A great example of this statement is the exhibition stand Quadrant2Design produced for Terracast four years ago.
Having undergone its fifth install, the stand for Terracast is still in prestige condition. Recently used for the Subcon exhibition earlier this month, the Terracast stand is a prime example of just how long-lasting Prestige stands are, not to mention well worth the investment.
Quadrant2Design are the sole UK supplier of the unique Prestige system. It is a Swiss, modular solution which uses seamless effect graphics. Not only is the system modular, meaning that the framework can be built to create different shapes and sizes, but it is also extremely easy to assemble.
Alan Jenkins, Managing Director at Quadrant2Designs explains: “The Prestige System is an absolute exhibiting must. Every stand we produce is pre-built before it leaves our premises for an exhibition, we can then eliminate any unwanted errors and fix any flaws in the system. This ensures a smooth install, as well as a long and healthy lifespan.”
The Prestige System gives Quadrant2Design's customers a modular stand with a custom built appearance. The graphics are seamless which means that there is no interruption to images on the stand, creating a flawless look.
Chloe Anderton, Director at Quadrant2Design explains: “As much as we enjoy creating the stands here, there is nothing more satisfying than seeing the end result and seeing the stand being put to use over and over again. It demonstrates that we really do mean it when we say that the system we use is built to last a lifetime.”
If you are attending an exhibition soon, Prestige is certainly worth a look, and what’s more, it doesn’t cost a penny to look either! Design proposals from Quadrant2Design are free of charge, and there is no obligation.