As respected industry leaders in displays and exhibition solutions, Printdesigns are offering businesses a chance use advertising techniques of the future and be one step ahead of the competition with their digital LCD exhibition stands. The varied range of digital display stands presents the opportunity to stream images and audio together, promising substantial further engagement than a traditional printed display or banner stand.
Rather than being reserved for tech-savvy individuals or digitally aware companies, Printdesigns’ range of digital exhibition display stands are specifically designed to be quick to set-up and simple to use. From large format digital posters to smaller iPad display stands, the leading supplier of exhibition stands have created a wealth of choice for businesses who want to improve their marketing and advertising tactic with the latest technology.
Mark Thompson, Sales Director of Printdesigns said, “The major advantage of going digital with signage and displays is the ease of updating artwork and content, at little or no cost at all. Businesses can update and revise content at the click of a button, such as details of brand new offers or breaking company news. With a digital LCD display stand, companies can effectively take a brand new exhibition display to each event.”
These digitalised products are now no longer retained for large businesses with budgets to match, as LCD screen technology has become much more widely available at a lower cost. The digital market has been opened up to a larger customer following to include SME’s and self employed individuals, who often attend conferences, trade shows and exhibitions as a fundamental way to widen their client base.
“Whether businesses want to renew their advertising campaign and target a wider audience with a digital poster, or make their exhibition area more interactive with an iPad to capture data, Printdesigns have the answer,” added Mark. “We can even arrange the hire of some of our products if smaller businesses require digital signage short term.”