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KISS opens its exhibition book

30 June, 2011 Reading: 1:35 min

KISS opens its exhibition book

KISS Communications is keen to talk to companies about their exhibition requirements in the UK and Europe. The company has seen a significant increase in the number of clients exhibiting compared to this time last year. Despite only being a few weeks into January, the company is already planning stands for exhibitions in London, Birmingham, Sweden, Spain, France and Germany. According to Richard Bland, Creative Director at KISS Communications, companies can really capitalise on their investment at exhibitions with the right creative approach. He explains, “There are significant commercial benefits to ensuring that your stand communication fits effectively into your broader marketing strategy.” Richard continued, “More often than not we are designing stands for a pan-European audience, providing multi-lingual marketing collateral that is given out to the trade. We understand the cultural differences of working across Europe and central to that is developing long term brand strategies for our clients to gain distribution and build sales.” Hannah Rimmer is leading the exhibition team for the year ahead. Any organisation that needs an effective exhibition presence should contact Hannah on 0208 12345 75 or via email on turned to KISS to design a dynamic and attention-grabbing stand when it exhibited at TUR in Göteborg, Sweden, the leading Scandinavian Trade Fair for travel, tourism and meetings at the Swedish Exhibition Centre. KISS designed an impressive sweeping curved exhibition stand for this high profile four day exhibition, providing a focal point for the global travel trade to meet and network. Helen Piper, Partner Account Manager at said, “KISS Communications always manages to deliver a creative, eye-catching and cost-effective solution. The concept the team came up with for TUR was a hit with the team and gave us a real presence at this important European event.”

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