What we will do
- Meet with you to discuss your requirements
- Decide on the best products to suit your requirements
- Create ideas based the product requirements
- Tweak those ideas until perfection
- If neccessary, arrange a demonstration on setting up the exhibition stand, or in some case, meet you at the exhibition to set up the stand. Our partners do this world wide.
Now you have your stand arranged. What are you giving away at the exhibition? Brochures? Pens? Cuddly toys? Speak to us about this too. We have 100’s of suppliers that can source pretty much anything you would want.
An exhibition stand can be a major investment. You might want to make sure your stand can be used in multiple situations. Will it fit if you’re exhibiting in a shell scheme? Will it stand out if you are a small fish in a big ocean? RTDCreative will help guide you along the way to your exhibition.
There are a vast amount of stand options available now. Knowing the budget, size & position can help choose which style is right for you. Its doesn’t stop there though! Can the graphics be updated without having to purchase a whole new stand? Can you hang a TV from the stand? Can you expand the stand in the future? These are all questions that need to be asked in order to choice what is right for you.
A bigger investment at the start can save a lot in the future if you are planning on attending multiple exhibitions. Or, if you’re only exhibiting the once, there are more cost saving methods.
Fabric stands are a firm favourite at the moment. They can come in lots of different attractive shapes and can sown together to make incredible big stands at a fraction of the cost of what it would be to print onto standard stand material. The initial investment can be more that the traditional stands, but replacing the graphics is fair cheaper, so if you intend of exhibiting often, this is a wise choice.
We only use world leading suppliers for all of our exhibition products, whether that be a simple roller banner, or 20 metre stand. Quality is everything. We’ve witnesses exhibitors pulling their hair out on set up day, because they hadn’t planned well enough.