The row stand is most often found at trade fairs. It is often offered by the organizer as a standard trade fair stand. Here, the stand has direct neighbors on the left and right and is only open to the front. However, a row stand also offers a wide range of options for customizing it according to your own wishes.
For example, completely modular exhibition stands or folding or roll-up displays offer a wide range of exciting presentation options here. In addition, mobile and reusable sales and trade fair counters, brochure and monitor stands, and trade fair furniture can be used for your trade fair concept. A row stand does not have to be a disadvantage, but can stand out clearly next to its trade fair neighbors, especially with creative design.
Rather rarely found at trade fairs are corner stands, but they always catch the eye directly. Because this type of stand has two open sides, which are directly adjacent to two passageways, so that the stand almost automatically has a higher visitor frequency. Due to the size of the corner stands, however, it is always possible to set up a quiet corner for business talks in addition to the walk-in customers.
Due to the unusual shape of the stand, a particularly large variety of assembly creations is offered here, in order to direct even more customers to the exhibition stand with an appealing design.
In a head stand, the surface is open on three sides, it has only one closed side - at the "head end". On such a stand, companies can present their offers in a particularly appealing way. In addition, head stands are usually very variable in terms of area, so that you are usually not forced to rent a predetermined size. This type of stand is not considered one of the more eye-catching at a trade fair for nothing.
The wall space of the stand offers enough room to present your company in a graphically appealing way. A head stand can attract a lot of attention thanks to its open and inviting look and provides a good, continuous flow of visitors. What's more, potential customers always have a good overview of your booth.
Due to its four open sides, the island stand (or also called block stand) offers the most set-up possibilities. It is actually always a potential eye-catcher and has the largest flow of visitors of all types of exhibition stands due to its openness to all sides. Another advantage is that the stand has no immediate neighbors, so you get maximum attention without direct competition with your free-standing exhibition stand.
However, it should be remembered that block stands have one of the most expensive rental prices. Since there are no side walls, an island stand always lends itself to a modular exhibition stand system to ideally showcase your services and products. Additional exhibition furniture then ensures that visitors feel right at home.