Portable Exhibition Stands and Designs for Your Next Exhibit

Portable exhibition stands available via https://www.scandisplay.co.za are an ideal way to get yourself set up quick and easy for your next exhibition. When people attend an exhibition for their company and they need to set up a display area, they often have to experience the pain of having to get everything to the venue, cart all of it up and down to the display area, build the entire display in time for the exhibit to start and then take all back down again once it’s all done.


When you have a complex, custom-made portable exhibition stand that is designed especially for your company, it can get quite difficult to make all that happen when you need it to. In fact, you would probably need to get there long before it starts, just so you can spend the time setting everything up and making sure that everything is working properly and it looks good. As an outside observer, coming to the exhibit to see all the displays, the first thing you notice is how well they have been done.


The Importance of Well Designed Exhibition Stands


You will often find that stand owners will go to great lengths to ensure their display looks good, just so they can give their visitors the best possible experience of their company. After all, it has to be memorable enough for a person to recall your business the next time they need something you have to offer. There is also a good chance you will be at an exhibition where there are other businesses the same or similar to yours, thus giving you even more reason why you should stand out.


The more elaborate your stand is, the more expensive it is likely to be, and if you have a tight budget to work with, then you will need to make the most of it by finding something that is affordable as well. Instead of going with a big and bulky walk-in stand, you can opt for portable exhibition stands and designs that can be packed up and carried around with ease. All you need to do is make sure it’s ready to go when the time comes for you to set it up.


Several Benefits to Using Portable Design Stands


Making use of the portable designs allows you to get in and get out as quickly as possible. The components are all lightweight and easy to move, and you may even have the ability to break them down further for compact storage once you are done. Aluminium alloys are a common material used for general framework, so that you can move them around easily.


The alloy is sturdy enough for you to attach additional lighting or mount big displays the showcase all your products and information. They also quite flexible in terms of shape and size so you can change the configuration of the stand to better suit the location you are in. It really comes in handy when you have to use the same displays for more than one exhibition.


Portable Exhibition Stands and Designs are Always Ideal


Versatility aside, you can really take your display to the next level without digging too deep into your pockets. With a clever design and little bit of thought, you can give your visitors everything they need from your exhibition stand without compromising on a smaller display area. In fact, you can keep things very simple by taking a minimalist approach to your display and using something portable.


Once you experience the versatility and convenience of a portable stand design, you may find it hard to go any other route when running a display exhibit at the next convention.


Trade show displays

Trade show displays are the physical screens, banners and other paraphernalia used to fill a temporary exhibit space at a trade show or trade fair. They vary greatly in size, cost, and complexity, but all are designed to visually represent a specific interest. Companies typically rent exhibit space from show organizers, and then design trade show displays to attract the attention of visitors and attendees at the trade show. Trade show displays usually use bold images and catch phrases in an attempt to lure attendees to their exhibit space so that they can give a sales pitch or hand out trade show literature. Scan Display are Trade Show professionals – Contact us at +27 11 447 4777 for more information about our products and services.

The Editor’s Note

About 60% of South Africa’s Blue Crane population resides in the Western Cape. Here the birds favour farmlands, particularly pastures and wheat plantations, above the indigenous Fynbos habitat. But climate change threatens this unusual success story. The western parts of our country are expected to be most hard hit by the extreme weather conditions that climate change brings, and existing agricultural practices could become economically unviable, with detrimental effects for the cranes.

Kerryn Morrison manages the ICF/EWT Partnership for African Cranes and, together with her passionate team of crane conservationists, is carefully monitoring the Western Cape’s Blue Cranes so that we can react to the signs of climate change well in advance of it becoming an insurmountable problem.

When I asked Kerryn how she came to be so passionate about cranes, she said they are a perfect flagship species that can be used to highlight environmental issues to people and so change environmentally destructive behaviour. Kerryn was just four years old when her nursery school teacher predicted she would work with animals, and she has never wanted to be anything other than a conservationist. Her dedication is not without reward, and she has received broad acclaim for her exceptional dedication to crane conservation, and is recognised as being instrumental in combating the trade in cranes that takes place throughout Africa on a daily basis. We are extremely proud of being able to say that Kerryn has grown her career with the EWT since 1995.

We will be celebrating the success of our crane conservationists on World Environment Day, on 5 June, with this year’s theme being ‘Your Planet Needs You – Unite to Combat Climate Change’. Learn more about this day and other EWT climate change projects by entering our online competition , open only to our loyal supporters, and stand in line to win a fabulous getaway to a South African destination.

– The Editor

The EWT at Nampo Harvest Day 2009

Every year the NAMPO Harvest Day provides the EWT with an opportunity to engage with visitors on conservation issues and projects, talk about problems and solutions, distribute educational materials to farmers, school groups and the like and promote the EWT as a whole. This year was no different. Click here to read more.

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