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NOW YOU CAN HAVE YOUR VERY OWN STAND GENIE

If you could have 3 wishes for your next exhibition stand, what would they be (besides getting a bigger budget):

  • having someone to brief 3 stand builders and get quotes on stand design
  • having someone to read the exhibitor information manual, fill out the forms and just tell you the important points
  • having someone to handle everything and you just pitch up when the stand is ready to go
  • having someone who can find every product and supplier needed to make your stand, stand out from the competitors
  • having someone to organise and train the stand staff to get great results, even find the right stand uniforms.
  • Having someone to plan the pre-show and on-stand promotions, so that we get more qualified leads
  • Having someone to plan the post-show promotions and lead management, so that we convert the maximum number of leads to orders
  • having the most successful stand on the show
  • planning a stand that impresses the hell out of my boss and I get a giant raise

Now you can have your very own stand genie, who can handle all of the logistics and details which make stands successful, saving you time, hassles and money, whilst improving your exhibition ROI return on investment.

Whether you need individual exhibition services like:

  • AV equipment
  • carpeting and flooring
  • stand cleaning
  • Computers & internet
  • credit card payment facilities
  • decor & draping
  • Stands & displays
  • drayage & porter services
  • electrics
  • Flowers & plants
  • stand furniture
  • graphics & signage
  • security and safety
  • shell scheme
  • freight handling
  • Risk & disaster management

or a full start-to-finish service, contact the Stand Genie now to discuss your wishes

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