Creating a strong presence at InfoSec
A strong stand for Secure Envoy at InfoSec
CLIENT Secure Envoy
EVENT InfoSec 2019
Creating a spacious feeling stand with the ability to run multiple demonstrations at a time with a stand out presence at InfoSec.
A clean and effective stand that made effective use of space and allowed for great demonstrations.
SecurEnvoy is a leader in the design of innovative security solutions that take advantage of mobile and cutting-edge identity technologies.
They came to us for an innovative front-of-house platform to demonstrate their products at InfoSec, Olympia, Europe’s leading event for information and cyber security.
The booth had to include three demo areas as well as an area for presentations.
The exhibition stand needed to have a strong presence in order to effectively present their products and stand out from the competition. SecurEnvoy produced a detailed brief along with final graphics for the stand.
The booth had to include three demo areas as well as an area for presentations. The plot that SecurEnvoy had secured for Infosec at Olympia featured a pillar which we had to take into account when creating the stand.
We provided project management services, stand production, stand build and de-rig services.
We worked with SecurEnvoy for three months prior to the show, giving plenty of time for the planning, development and production of the stand. We were in regular communication via Skype and email with the US base for SecurEnvoy, ensuring everything ran smoothly and as planned.
Graphic Mill provided project management services, stand production, stand build and de-rig services, as well as delivering graphics after the event for use in the SecurEnvoy offices.
We had a great show and received really good feedback from our visitors. The stand looked really eye-catching and it’s fantastic to be able to re-use the graphics for our conference calls. Thanks all at Graphic Mill
The Exhibition stand featured bespoke table-tops that complemented the hexagonal design used in the SecurEnvoy branding, as well as including a hexagonal design feature that linked the graphic covered pillar area to the rest of the stand.