Pinacl Solutions

Modular exhibition stand

Modular exhibition stand

A busy exhibiting schedule with three different shows booked in as many months – each with a different size and footprint – required a modular exhibition stand that could be repurposed again and again, without losing any of its appeal, quality and effectiveness.

Challenge

Working to a fixed and conservative budget for three different exhibitions, our brief was to come up with the most flexible, durable and cost-effective solution.

Solution

Using components from a prefabricated modular exhibition stand system, we were able to design a great-looking exhibition stand that had the appearance and presence of a custom-built one.

Over the years we have delivered

a wide range of effective exhibition design solutions

for clients of all shapes and sizes.

This approach allowed us to reconfigure the components, adding or taking away one or two extra graphics or panels as required, to deliver all three stands.Modular exhibition stand

Far from basic, this modular exhibition stand has integrated plasma TV screens, printed graphic lightboxes, overhead canopies with integrated lighting and even secure storage rooms.Modular exhibition stand

Taking care of not only the exhibition stand design, but the build, logistics, transportation and storage, we project managed Pinacl’s entire event calendar, allowing our client to concentrate on their products and customers.

Nix & Kix

Food and drink expo stand

Food and drink expo stand

With sold-out products on the last day of the show and a 12% uplift in sales at Tesco, this versatile food and drink expo stand was a huge success for our client.

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OnePlastics Group

Portable display stand

With this portable display stand we not only helped our client realise significant cost savings by repurposing an existing design, we also ensured their audience enjoyed a fresh yet consistent experience one year on, strengthening their brand.

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Stirling Lloyd

Modular exhibition design

Modular exhibition design

After exhibiting for a number of years using a standard shell scheme, Stirling Lloyd wanted to create a bigger impact at future shows with a modular exhibition design that would help them drive incremental visitor traffic and sales leads.

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