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Bridging the distance for our international clients

Danish based Cold Flood Prevention asked us to help bridge the geographical distance between Denmark and the London Excel by taking care of the design and build of their stand for the annual Flood Expo at Excel in London last year.  
Christian Rohde, CEO, explains, ‘Exhibitor won the business because they handled us professionally and were able to deliver a total solution at a competitive price. I felt confident in them from our first contact through to delivery of the final design, which was very important as I was unable to monitor the process firsthand.’  

‘I was very relieved to find that everything was according to the plans. When I arrived at the exhibition the stand was finished.’ 

The first show is always a learning experience and Flood Prevention generated lots of leads and will use what they learnt to help them prepare for next time.  
‘I would highly recommend Exhibitor Club for your next job if you want a professional looking stand,’ Christian Rohde, CFP.  

Find out how Exhibitor Club can help you prepare for your next exhibition. Email info@exhibitorclub.com

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