Exhibition Stands Free 3D Design Concept - New From JDJ Exhibitions

Cardiff, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 08, 2011 -- Exhibitions stands contractors JDJ Exhibitions are delighted to announce the improved service designed to take the strain out of exhibiting. Many customers have had exhibitions stands designed, constructed and then delivered by JDJ.

This new service means that the customer or prospective customer can now see almost exactly what their new stand will look like through the provision of a free, 3D design concept that shows the prospective design of the exhibition stand in a 3D model that will we are sure astound both you, your customers and maybe even your boss.

Constructed expertly using the very latest CAD technologies, the exhibition stand that can be created are limited only by creativity. Colours, textures and materials can be rendered before your very eyes so the exhibition stand that you could only imagine inside your mind can be brought to life in vivid colour. This gives you the opportunity to play with the concept, change anything that may need changing, experiment with different styles of exhibition stand, different layouts, entry and exit points to the exhibition and so much more that you could ever manage by building it for real first.

A 3D video walkthrough is then made of the exhibition stand showing the stand from all entry points, mimicking the actual path that your customers will take when visiting your stand and so a seamless transition through your product range can be worked through, enticing customers visiting your stand and making it easier to capture the customers details and those all-important leads.

To book your very own 3D exhibition stand concept, please visit the website, details can be found at the bottom of this press release. We are sure that this service will be of use to use and genuinely look forward to being of service to you either now or in the very bear future. Your exhibitions stands specialist.

Press Release Submitted On: July 08, 2011 at 2:55 pm
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