This is why we were so excited to work with Watts Farms. Passionate family farmers, who love to provide the best quality produce that England can offer, and all whilst doing the best they can for the environment, these people really do know good food.
With eight farms across Kent and Essex, a total of 600 hectares, growing 60 different types of crop, Watts Farms provide fresh, British produce to Hotels and Restaurants, all across the UK. Specialising in herbs, and chillies, and in fact being one of the biggest chilli growers in the UK, these family farmers will be showcasing their amazing produce at The International Food and Drink Event (IFE) at the end of this month.
And that’s where Quadrant2Design comes in. Watts Farms approached us last week and asked us to design and build them a beautiful Prestige Exhibition Stand, which will perfectly display their lovely food, all ready for the show. Now this was a tight turnaround. Less than a week to imagine, design, print, create and put together a stand. Luckily, Quadrant2Design does everything in house, so we have no waiting around for outside companies to get their part finished. Instead we just walk over to the next desk, and take a look at what’s happening.
So it was tight, but we’ve done it! Watts Farms is now the proud owner of a lovely Prestige Exhibition Stand, and all in time for the show! Not only will this stand show off their stunning produce perfectly, and because of its beautiful, countryside inspired design, truly bring the outside into IFE, but it fits with the company’s ethos of looking after the environment as well!
Prestige Exhibition Stands are portable, and completely reusable, meaning, that unlike most custom design stands, you don’t have to just throw the whole thing at the end of a show, and instead you can save materials, time and money, and keep using your lovely design!
Make sure you take a visit to the lovely Watts Farms (and their ‘fresh’ exhibition stand) at IFE on the 22nd – 25th March, and see what amazing produce you can get from family farms in the UK!