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Great Wall of Graphics Sets the Stage for German-Chinese Economic Forum

by Gwen Parsons 5. August 2015 18:52

Just one week prior to the first German-Chinese Economic Forum, the Bank of China’s Frankfurt Division decided they wanted a backdrop for their upcoming event. The meeting would kick off the first in a series of meetings to be held in all German economic regions. The aim of the meetings is to promote business development between German and Chinese companies.

About 200 German companies and 60 Chinese companies attended the first German-Chinese Economic Forum.

The Bank of China contacted their agency in Frankfurt, Chimonas & Ebert Werbeagentur GmbH, with the news. For such an important event, Chimonas & Ebert needed a portable display wall they could depend upon for a professional graphic finish. With only a few days until the event, it also had to be fast to produce, transport and install. Managing Director, Nikolaos Chimonas, immediately turned to Nomadic Display who they have known for many years.

Nomadic recommended an Instand® pop up display rental wall measuring 13'x36' for the one day event. Chimonas had just 2 days to produce the graphics. Nomadic had a weekend to print the graphics plus one day for finishing. On the last day, the pop up display had to be transported to Dusseldorf and set-up at the Intercontinental Hotel.

The results were impressive. Mr. Chimonas commented that “Nomadic displays are fast and feature perfect graphics. We knew Nomadic was able to support us with production as well as the installation and dismantle of the display. So for this important event, there was no better system and we hope to have more events like this in the future.”

 

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

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Booth Design | Case Studies | Event Marketing | Trade Shows

Pop Up and Modular Display Design is the Rx for Quiron Hospital Group

by Gwen Parsons 8. April 2015 07:46



Quirón Hospital Group is the largest private hospital network in Spain with campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián, Valence and Zaragossa. Quirón operates 38 healthcare centers with more than 2,500 hospital beds and an internationally prestigious medical team.

Quirón secured an island space at FITUR in Madrid, for its first ever participation in an exhibition. It is the most important international tourism fair in Spain. Their objective for the FITUR fair was to promote the company’s mission and locations.

Quirón had a preference for tension fabric structures for two reasons. First they liked the design appeal of fabric graphics. Second, they anticipated exhibiting in more shows and wanted an exhibit design that would be lightweight and compact to transport. Functionally, Quirón wanted the design to include areas for casual conversations and semi-private meetings with small groups. To obtain your own design and quotation simply submit an online request here.

Nomadic Display ESPAÑA proposed a trade show booth design that offered brand visibility and an open floor plan. The exhibit design was inviting to visitors and would differentiate Quirón from other exhibitors on the show floor.

A tension fabric sign hung above the space to draw attention to the brand. Signage stands were placed at entry points on opposite corners of the space – one a tall banner, the other a flat screen monitor displaying digital media.



A meeting room for small groups was located at the center of the space and featured a backlit wall. Instand® pop-up displays with graphics promoting Quirón’s services were placed on two sides.



Lounge-like conversation areas positioned on the remaining corners were framed by half height, semi-circular acrylic walls.



The entire display packed into eight wheeled cases. Quirón took their new trade show display to one of the world’s top five travel and tourism events in Moscow last month.

“We had a very good experience working with Nomadic previously so we asked them to build our stand.” said Silvia Asensio González of Quirón’s Departamento Corporativo de Marketing y Relaciones con Pacientes. “We liked the design very much. All of our marketing objectives and requirements were met. ” For more trade show booth ideas, visit our display design gallery.

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

Nomadic Portable Displays Travel to Festival Honoring Military Service

by Gwen Parsons 15. May 2014 21:06

It’s always a pleasant surprise to come across our clients at events, especially when they honor our nation’s heroes. A couple of weeks ago, we spotted the Office of Commemorations with Nomadic portable displays at the Norfolk NATO Festival in Virginia. This year marked the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. The Office of Commemorations had their FabriMural pop up and Swift Banner Stands in the tent where they provided attendees with commemorative buttons and stickers in honor of those that served.



Along a people-packed parade route near the USS Wisconsin Battleship, the Festival featured participation by each NATO country. With its robust 61-year history, the event provides a wonderful opportunity for attendees to enjoy international food, entertainment and to learn what makes each country’s culture unique.

Children were encouraged to pick up a passport and have it stamped by each country as they traveled around the world of NATO, which was a unique and fun experience for the entire family.



This year’s Norfolk NATO Festival was so special it was recognized as one of the Top 20 Events in the state of Virginia.

As Memorial Day approaches, Nomadic Display is honored to have been a part of the NATO Festival, its proud history and commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War!

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

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