System Design Stands

System design stands are considerably more cost-effective and are easier and faster to build when compared with custom-build stands. A big plus is that they are also decidedly more portable and mostly re-usable too.

The modular design enhances the ability of the structure to accommodate various materials, including aluminium, fabric, wood and even light boxes.

Remember, you never have a second chance to create a good first impression. Exhibitions are of paramount importance when it comes to interacting on a one-on-one basis with your clients.

The designs range from the simplest to the most elaborate. They are innovative, functional and intended to create a comfortable area into which to welcome your guests and showcase your brand and products to their maximum potential.

System design stands are a great option for Road shows if you have a brand that exhibits often and in various parts of the country or across the border a system design stand will give you a simple and creatively designed alternative to the conventional trestle table and pull-up banner option.

We have some pretty impressive stats as well:

GL events South Africa designs and delivers more than 70 000 square meters of exhibition stand infrastructure per year, that’s 7 rugby fields worth of stand space!

We are also part of the international GL events group who boasts some pretty impressive figures.

GL events and Exhibitions manages and co-ordinates a Group portfolio of more than 300 proprietary Trade Fairs, covering a wide range of sectors which include but are not limited to the Food Industry, Culture, Textiles and Manufacturing.

Over and above, we manage an International network of 40 venues: Convention Centres, Exhibition Centres, Concert Halls and Multi-purpose facilities, with more than 3 900 employees worldwide.

With 4 200 events per year, we have serviced more than 12 million visitors and exhibitors and guarantee carrying out your concept all the way through from start to execution.

We have branches throughout South Africa and 90 locations worldwide.

How can you go wrong?