Two Decades of Creating Amazing Exhibition Stands

Wow! 20 years of Quadrant2Design. 2020 is the year we celebrate our 20th year in business – our “china” anniversary.

20 years of our dynamic and dedicated team of designers, project managers and installers working closely with our valued customers, learning from challenges on the way, to deliver exhibition stands to the highest expectation.

20 years of Quadrant2Design successfully designing and building over 10,000 exhibition stands for our many clients.

20 years of Quadrant2Design having the honour of helping numerous start-ups and SMEs, as well as well-known large organisations like the Bank of England, New York Stock Exchange, and Tesco.

It’s been quite a ride. As we mark this exciting milestone for the company, let’s take a moment to look back at the extraordinary journey . . .

Twenty Years Quadrant2Design

Millennium Aspiration

The company was founded out of the imagination of Alan and Elizabeth Jenkins, from the humble origins of their front room back in 2000, under the original name of Exhibit-UK.Net.

After having worked in the photographic and exhibition industries for over 27 years, Alan wanted to create a process led company that was able to create beautiful, yet practical, exhibition stands efficiently.

Our first client? That honour belongs to the Fiji Tourist Board, who hired us to create their stand for their exhibition at the World Travel Market. Since then, the company has expanded to become one of the country’s leading exhibition stand designers and suppliers, now operating from large industrial units in Poole, Dorset.

The Company Built on Quality Control

Even in the early days of the business, there was that strong quality and project management work ethic that Quadrant2Design is famous for today. As you probably already know, our exclusive pre-build process is one of the main reasons many exhibitors choose us – as it means they can avoid any risk of things going wrong on the day of their exhibition.

But although this is surprisingly unique in the exhibiting world, it is far from being new to us. Alan has been pre-building exhibition stands from day one – often in his back garden in those more primitive days of the business.