Archive for September, 2009
One of the greatest things about our jobs is the fact that we have no target market. Not saying everybody needs what we sell but in just about every industry, there is somebody who needs portable visual branding of one sort or another. This can also be a major headache when we are trying to figure out who to contact next, but the cool part about it is that we get to work with people who do and make all sorts of interesting things.
Case in point is a project we wrapped up today for a company called VS America. VS America is a US subsidiary of a German company that makes, among other things, chairs for educational institutions. You can learn more about what they do here. I do not know all the technical reasons why their chairs are the bomb, but I like their design and they are actually really comfortable to sit in. Their office, in the South End area of Charlotte, has a very Teutonic aesthetic to it and staffed by interesting people with German accents. It’s like working in an Audi. Very cool.
The displays we provided fall into the portable category with two 10′ units that can be used separately for two 10′ spaces or together for a 20′ space. In the picture above you can see one of the displays set up with the second display, collapsed down, on the left. On the right is one of the banner stands behind one of VS’s chairs.
The displays are incredibly lightweight and can be set up in seconds. They have interchangeable graphics which can be swapped out depending on the requirements for the particular show. In this case they were designed primarily as a backdrop for showcasing the furniture. The banner stands, are also lightweight and are retractable for easy assembly, storage and shipping.
If you want to spend more time at your next show selling and less time setting up (and crush the competition with your sharp looking display) then call us and we will hook you up. If you need some really cool furniture for your office or school, call VS and they will hook you up.
(For those of you still with me and interested in the etymology of the term catbird seat, click here.)
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