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Display made in Cannock receives international acclaim14.09.12
A local business is putting Staffordshire on the map, gaining international acclaim for an exhibition stand manufactured in Cannock for a business in Lichfield.
The exhibition stand was built for client, One-LUX, in Icon Exhibition & Display’s 10,000 square feet premises in Great Wyrley, before being transported to Germany in time for the Light + Building show in Messe Frankfurt.
So eye-catching was One-LUX’s exhibition stand, with its black and bright green branding, large overhead arrows and 3D ‘running man’ character that a reporter from the show has been in touch wanting to run a piece about the stand in a German magazine!
As Glynnis Murray, Managing Director at One-LUX explains, “Although we were impressed that our stand was chosen to be featured, it didn’t come as a great surprise. We received so many compliments about the stand from customers and competitors whilst we were at the show, and even had a number of people asking if they could take photos of it. As well as being visually striking, the stand worked well from a functional perspective too, with plenty of display space, seating and storage.”
2012 is only the second time that One-LUX has exhibited at Light + Building. The company, which designs, develops and distributes a range of components for use in emergency lighting and lighting control applications, will be attending its first UK exhibition later this year, at Lux-Live in Earls Court in November, and will be calling on Icon’s exhibition expertise again then.
Wayne Ball, MD of Icon Exhibitions & Display Ltd says: “We’re delighted that the stand has attracted so much positive attention for One-LUX, and helped put the company, and Staffordshire, firmly on the map.”