We’re still in limbo, as are many of our clients, we don’t yet know what the 19th of July is going to mean for the exhibition industry, but surely we’re now at a point where we can get back to all of those venues (NEC, ExCeL, Ricoh, Stoneleigh Park, Farnborough, Telford and Manchester Central to name but a few) that we love to hate?
Exhibition opening clarity required
What we want is some clarity, there’s still no guarantee we can get back to exhibition stand builds if rules are relaxed on July 19th, information is sparse at best.
The last time we loaded or unloaded a van was for Crufts 2020, a lovely little Slatwall and Tension Fabric System based exhibition stand for Hugo & Hudson, 16 months ago, in the meantime, we’ve focussed on our digital offerings, graphic design and website design, but as hard as it can be, the adrenalin from and satisfaction of a succesful exhibition build is hard to replace, as is the income.
We can’t wait to get back to the early mornings and late nights, and that’s not even sarcasm, we have genuinely missed it. We’re putting new systems and plans in place to ensure our customers get an even better exhibition stand building experience from Pinnacle and we can’t wait for you to experience it.
Tension Fabric Exhibition Stand Packages
And for those of you who are biding your time, we’ve even come up with some tension fabric stand packages and pricing so that the decision-making process and plans can be supplied quicker and more efficiently. Starting at Just £200 + VAT per square metre, with all sorts of optional extras you can now order an exhition stand off the shelf with a two-week turnaround, and just a 6sqM minimum size, pricing includes (limited) walling, graphics, furniture and carpet.
If you’re thinking of exhibiting after the 19th July and want a quick an easy turnkey exhibition stand solution contact Pinnacle now for free design and quotation.