It’s been a shorter season for exhibitors this year but even so, 2021 has been a year full of bustling and vibrant shows. Exhibitors have been keen to catch up with their existing clients and make new leads, so designing eye-catching exhibition stand designs has never been as important. Before we get started on all of the amazing shows for 2022, let’s dive into our top 5 new exhibition stands of 2021.
Hitachi at Railtex / Infrarail, NEC, Birmingham.
An impressive stand for Hitachi at the premier event for the Rail industry, Railtex / Infrarail at the NEC. Showcasing Hitachi’s technology with large screens and demonstration areas, the stand had an open and welcoming space that promoted interaction with show visitors. Large seamless graphics and colour pops of Hitachi Hero red gave the stand a modern feel, and downlighting brought the colours to life.
See our full Hitachi case study.
Nervecentre at HETT, ExCel, London.
Exhibiting at HETT this year, Nervecentre wanted to go bigger than ever. With a 4+ metre tall stand and a high level suspended box, their stand created impact throughout the show hall. The space incorporated distinct zones for demonstrations and for meetings, and the walls were branded with gorgeous, seamless fabric graphics.
See our full Nervecentre case study.
Proper, Lunch at the ExCel, London.
A huge, attention-grabbing stand for Proper at this year’s Lunch Show, with colourful and vibrant graphics and plenty of product giveaways on display. The stand featured layered and illuminated display walls, a huge branded column, and even high level Proper flags.
See our Lunch! Show 2021 stand recap.
Recare, Naidex at the NEC, Birmingham.
Recare exhibited at Naidex Show at the NEC earlier this year, with the aim of showcasing their range of enablement equipment. Using a huge zoned floor space, a 4 metre tall column and plenty of powerful lighting, the stand was a big success.
See our full Recare case study.
Aire Logic, HETT at the ExCel, London.
One of the most distinctive stands of the year, the Aire Logic space at HETT was brimming with character. With the aim of championing the Aire Logic software and pushing the brand, the team were really happy, calling it an “amazing job, Dan understood what we wanted and transferred it into a fantastic stand”.
See our full Aire Logic case study.
That wraps up our top 5 new exhibition stands of 2021, but the creativity doesn’t end there. This season has been full of amazing events and stands, so be sure to check out our Lunch! Show stand recap for more inspiration, or if you’re thinking of exhibiting next year, here’s our top trends for 2022 article.