Exhibition Stand for Medical Equipment Manufacturer Koelis – EAU 17
EAU17 was held in London’s ExCel Exhibitions and Conference centre. The European Association of Urology hold its congress convention every year and this time London’s ExCel was chosen for the event. The second annual event to be held in London UK since 1988. Jellybean Creative worked with the leading French medical equipment and instrument manufacturer Koelis. The French manufacturer have designed and manufactured a range of medical equipment that enables Urology medical doctors to carrry our procedures on many prostrate procedures in men. The range of medical instruments and products on display at the event were on display, with live product demonstrations on the exhibition stand. Jellybean Creative worked with Koelis on a range of bespoke booth designs. The final design showed reference to the companies corporate logo, with sweeping curved lighting canopies linking a central store room with product displays to the front of the booth space. To the rear of the store room, a raised plinthed area was created to allow for private meetings with clients. The companies branding was clearly stated, with a large curved central logo canopy elvated abobe the centre of the stand, above the store area. A mixture of display plinths and glazed showcases were used to present the clients product, along with AV media screens to show the productes being demonstrated in action.
Complete Exhibition Stand Design & Build Service
The exhibition stand was a bright and inviting space, allowing visitors to interact and engage with products and the clients sales staff. The tradeshow was a great success for Koelis and much trade and business was done at the EAU Congress. Jellybean Creative provided a complete conceptual bespoke exhibition design service, along with complete professional project management. Our team of expert exhibition contractors manufactured the booth display components and provided a complete installation and dismantle tradeshow service. Graphics were applied to the stand using digitally printed large format graphic prints.