What are flexible stand systems?
Modular exhibition stands are essentially ‘building systems’. Think of a Lego or Meccano type system that’s capable of creating different arrangements.
And like Lego and Meccano, elements are interchangeable and transposable to create different forms and shapes.
Some modular exhibition systems have been around for a long time, such as the Prestige Events System or Octanorm. Others have been developed more recently like Tecna or FlexiStand.
All seek to best-solve the various issues already identified: reusability, value, return-on-investment, brand consistency and sustainability.
The majority of these modular solutions are generic in nature; they are marketed to exhibitors through third-party resellers.
The one exception is the Prestige Events System that’s exclusive to Quadrant2Design.
Flexible exhibiting: what to look for, and what’s important?
The term ‘modular’ can mean different things to different people.
Some ‘modular’ solutions are little more than display or popup banner systems. They are lightweight, not structural and not capable of forming what most people would call an ‘exhibition stand’. On the plus side, they are cheap and quick to assemble.
At the other end of the scale are large, structural, modular building systems, capable of building colossal exhibition stands. They require the services of an exhibition contractor, and they are labour and resource-intensive.
Somewhere in the middle are the custom-modular systems.
These are middle-weight solutions that combine the ability to create complex exhibits while optimising for ease of use, resource-efficiency and return-on-investment.
Quadrant2Design is the Worlds leading proponent of the custom-modular approach, with some worthy competitors being Skyline Whitespace and Nimlok.
We believe that for professional exhibitors who have stand space of 9sq.metres up to 100sq.metres, custom modular is the most credible choice.