KBB is a huge biennial show, and was perhaps the last big consumer exhibition to take place before pandemic restrictions put an end to all that in 2019.
So we were absolutely delighted to be back at the show this year, 3-6 March, at the NEC, Birmingham, with three great clients and three fabulous space-only stands to build.
We created a beautiful, classic stand for Burbidge & Sons, a well-known family business manufacturing kitchens right here in Coventry. We created the walls and fascias, ready for Burbidge & Son to come in and install their kitchens.
Anthill is a leading software platform providing customer relationship management and process automation for kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom retailers. We created a clean, modern and open-plan stand, with a prominent illuminated logo, open sightlines across the stand, a lounge area in the corner with sofas, and an information bar and stools in the middle for easy engagement with visitors.
Finally, for Davroc’s Coalbrook brand our design featured a warehouse/industrial look, with bare brick-effect walls and imitation I-beams to set off the bathroom fixtures and fittings with a contemporary feel. The addition of coloured, recessed lighting strips, steel effect surfaces and patterned polycarbonate windows created a perfect backdrop to Coalbrook’s premium bathroom fittings.
The whole show was a testament to the creativity and hard work of British stand builders, and it was a real pleasure to be back on the floor of a show like KBB, with all the buzz and excitement of building a big exhibition again.
Sarah Sparkes, marketing manager, Davroc Ltd., said, “It was an absolute pleasure working with Exhibit 3Sixty. The show was a big success for us, and we got a lot of great feedback on the stand. Exhibit 3Sixty’s design definitely made an impact for us and the brands represented. Fantastic job, thank you.”
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