Curran Dental: Exhibition, NEC Birmingham UK
Curran Dental, leaders in the design of dental surgeries and the supply and maintenance of dental equipment have entrusted us with managing the their exhibitions at the prestigious trade shows they attend in London and Birmingham. Working closely with our clients enables us to deliver an exhibition design that targets key audiences with precision.
Curran Dental: Exhibition, Excel London UK
The Curran Dental exhibition stands are a blend of modular and custom-build, bringing the benefit of flexibility and economy and allowing the design to be reconfigured for each show. For example, custom-build walling allows for dental cabinetry to be featured in a realistic setting, and combining this with a modular stand system allows the client to choose exactly what they need to promote at each event.
Promoting Curran products and brand
Maximising the potential of the stand requires the ability to transform event spaces into a memorable brand experience, creating work spaces that deliver your requirements and communicate your message.
Curran Dental: Launching New Products
Exhibitions are an important component of multi-platform campaigns, and provide the ideal environment in which to showcase your overall marketing strategy and launching new products. To draw attention to new digital dentistry technology, a memorable theme was developed and launched at the exhibition and then rolled-out across other media.
Curran Dental: Start to Finish
Our experience in all forms of visual media ensures that we are able to combine all your requirements from start to finish, including planning, health and safety, design and graphics, through to on-site build-up and breakdown.
Curran Dental: Bringing People and Products Together
We have always ensured that the Curran exhibition stands are not only functional, but they communicate Curran’s products and values.
Sepsis 2017: Penguin Banners
Getting the right design and information on your banner stand is so important when it comes to generating impact. The banners for the Sepsis symposium were designed to both brand the conference and provide directional signage.
Resource Parks UK: Rollup Banners
Highlighting the benefits of sustainable solar energy, a set of roll-up banners was developed quickly to meet a very short deadline. As this was for a new development, the client had little in the way of existing material and the artwork generation included the design and development of a logo and branding.
New Earth Displays
An extremely adaptable design using modular components was conceived for New Earth Solutions allowing the stand to meet their requirement of being installed within a shell scheme. To disguise the height restrictions imposed by working within a shell scheme, contrasting individual panels were designed to break-up the space and give an illusion of height.
Modular Stand within a Shell Scheme
To further enhance the feeling of space of an exhibition constrained by the overall height of a shell scheme, numerous transparent acrylic panels were used, together with additional lighting.
Oldroyd: NEC, Birmingham UK
Working with our client Oldroyd Membranes in Norway, we were able to provide a full turn-key solution, delivering the project from start to finish. This included initial design, graphics and artwork, project managing the stand pre-build process – including preparing stand drawings and safety documentation, right through to the pre-show build-up and after show de-construction and storage.
Our expertise in all forms of graphic communication ensures that we have the capability to maximise the opportunities presented at exhibitions by creating unique bespoke graphics and illustrations.
PETA: Rollup banners
To help PETA attract more year 13 college leavers to apprenticeships and courses we created the ‘GET’ campaign. With its own separate and colourful branding, it focuses on the benefits the student can ‘GET’ by considering this option instead of a more traditional university course. Along with many other branded touchpoints, rollup banners for use at various event days were created. The whole initiative was extremely successful in helping to drive course take-ups, with the brand being expanded for a second year in 2019.