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ExpoNet launches new custom stand brochure


ExpoNet has launched a new product brochure featuring the company’s award-winning design and construction of custom exhibition stands and event projects for Australian and international exhibitors.

In addition to being one of the leading exhibition and event suppliers in the industry, ExpoNet’s Custom Stand Division recently received the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) Award for ‘Best Custom Stand’ as well as the award for ‘Best Supplier Team.’


The award for Best Custom Stand showcased ExpoNet’s innovative response to Vale Exploration’s requirements for their presence at the 34th International Geological Conference, including creatively using technology to promote Vale’s position within the mining industry.

In amongst the many challenges of creating a sustainable, custom solution for Vale, ExpoNet delivered an amazing two storey stand complete with an ambient lounge area on the second floor and inviting space for catering and general business on ground floor.

The stand was completely paperless as ExpoNet enabled Vale to use technology to gather then disperse information. They included state-of-the-art technological solutions such as several touch screens providing instant worldwide information to visitors. From providing the hi-tech to facilitating the hospitable, the stand was created to include an all important coffee bar using exclusive Brazilian coffee manned by two baristas working hard to keep up with demand.

Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the stand was the creation of sand sculptures providing an artistic and visual aid to support the daily themes as well as the inclusion of an Australian reptile area where visitor photos were taken with the scaly creatures and displayed on the Twitter wall to the delight of their colleagues and other visitors alike.

ExpoNet’s new Custom Stand Brochure also showcases their involvement with custom projects for other high quality clients such as Smeg, Infiniti, Groeneveld, Woolworths’ macro, Victoria University and Oxford Landing Estates.
 

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