Exhibit 3Sixty wins plaudits for stands at BBSA Show 2022

It’s been a busy time for Exhibit 3Sixty,  and we’ve been getting some wonderful feedback from The British Blinds and Shutters Association (BBSA) Show 2022, CBS Arena, Coventry, October 23-25, 2022. Showcasing the best in British blinds and shutters, this exhibition was a great event to work on, with lots of variety and interest.

Exhibit 3Sixty Logistics was on hand to ensure the smooth transfer of stands and equipment to the show floor, and Exhibit 3Sixty built four space-only stands, a seminar theatre, and 380m2 of shell scheme to complete the show.

We were delighted to receive many follow-up emails from exhibitors. We were especially pleased when the stand we built for S:CRAFT won the award for ‘Best Large Stand in Show’. The award was for stands over 48sqm, and the judges were looking for good use of display space, consistency of messaging, display of products and impact of the overall design. The prize was presented by TV presenter, and building design expert, Kevin McCloud, and David D’Ambrosio, president of the BBSA.

We’d like to share a few of the compliments we’ve received from exhibitors, because they really highlight what Exhibit 3Sixty is all about:

  • All our collective efforts have paid off. Best large stand of the show. Thank you for all your assistance and please pass my thanks to all your team.”
    ~Mark Duwell, S:CRAFT
  • I second that, you’ve been a pleasure to work with!
    ~Sarah Rolph,  S:CRAFT
  • “I thought I would just drop you a line to thank you for building our stand. You were accommodating and efficient. To be honest it was a breath of fresh air. We would definitely use exhibit360 in the future.”
    ~Jason Jeffery, NV Blinds 
  • “Just a quick thank you for yours and your team’s help for the BBSA show, the stand looked fantastic and just how I imagined. The two Dans working on our build-up/breakdown were also very helpful. I’ll be sure to be in touch for any future shows.”
    ~Robert Malley, Base Awnings Ltd.

Precision is important for every show, but for BBSA we were building window apertures that needed to be exactly the right size for the blinds or shutters they would be showcasing, and the blinds wouldn’t meet the shutters until the actual build, so there might have been some unfounded nervousness. But everything proved to be a perfect fit as anticipated. We’d like to say a big thank you to Joe Chalk, Event Manager, British Blind and Shutter Association (BBSA), for putting together such a well organised and attended event.


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