Over 700 Real Client Reviews
I don't know about you, but I'm always fascinated to read client reviews! Particularly so, if I'm involved in buying a high-value, sophisticated service or product (like an exhibition stand).
Design | Build | Reconfigure | Reuse
Exhibition stand design and build services at Manchester Central (Piccadilly Train Station) and venues throughout Manchester.
Top Exhibiting Venue
Manchester Central has been the venue of choice for several national and international events, boasting over 23,000 square meters of versatile space. The different rooms and the venue’s overall diversity make it an ideal location to host meetings, conferences, parties, or exhibitions.
Manchester Central has a capacity of 10,000 people and has housed exhibitions such as the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, The Fertility Show and The Public Sector Show.
With such easy transport links and lots going on in the city centre, it is no wonder it is the venue of choice for hundreds of event organisers. Quadrant2Design have designed and built numerous incredible exhibition stands at Manchester Central, our experience at this venue makes us experts at what we do.
Manchester Central attracts delegates from all over the world and is fortunate to be located just 20-minutes from Manchester Airport. If you are travelling via air, you can reach Manchester from:
If you are travelling by train, the closest station is Oxford Road Station but you can also access Manchester Central via Piccadilly Station, just a 20-minute walking distance. Manchester has direct connections to most major UK cities via the rail network.
Manchester Central has an on-site car park and is easily accessible from every direction via Manchester’s M60 orbital motorway. If using a satellite navigation system, follow directions towards M2 3GX.
The building itself is particularly striking, and the architecture tells a story about Manchester Central’s history. For almost a century, Manchester Central was one of the city’s busiest railway stations, with up to 400 trains passing through a day.
The station was closed as it was no longer needed alongside the expansion of Piccadilly Station, and in 1986 the G-Mex Centre was opened by Queen Elizabeth II. The G-Mex Centre quickly became a popular venue for concerts and exhibitions.
To deal with increasing demand Manchester International Convention Centre (MICC) was built, adding an auditorium and break out rooms to the venue. Later, in 2007, the G-Mex Centre and MICC were renamed Manchester Central to pay homage to the former station. The iconic arches and station clock have been a staple of the venue and the city for over 130 years.
Quadrant2Design have had great fun designing and building exhibition stands at Manchester Central, we’ve got the logistics down to a tee. Our installation team know their way around this venue like the back of their hands, making quick work of the professional installation of your stand so you have more time to admire it.
Not only have we designed and built exhibition stands at Manchester Central, but we’ve installed a huge range of eye-catching design features there as well. Our unique photo-flooring makes your exhibit stand out against the bleak grey carpet in The Exchange Hall and wooden panels in the Central Hall. Our clients have loved it so far.
Our team of specialists know everything there is to know about this venue, including the best places to stay and eat in Manchester. Get the very most out of your exhibition with one of our unique stands, and celebrate all the leads you’ve gained afterwards!
Don’t just take our word for it though, click here to check out over 700 reviews from happy customers.