Atco Energy approached Nexus Exhibits about wanting to make a large presence during its launch into providing residential services throughout Alberta, commencing early 2016. They were looking for a booth that was easy to transport, inviting to potential clients, had size versatility and allowed for an “on the spot sign-up”. We developed a 20×20 open concept booth that was both visually striking and incorporated their new brand colours and logo, while also utilizing latest technologies in order to provide simplified solutions. This booth launched at the Edmonton Home and Renovation show in January 2016, and immediately made an impact by capturing “Best in Show”. The versatility aspect of this booth is in its ability be convert into a 10×20 booth which was used in the Red Deer Home and Garden show in February, and more recently at the Calgary Garden show at spruce meadows as a 10×10.
This custom design is the result of the partnership between Atco Energy, Nexus Exhibits and Nomadic Display. Together we assessed a need, designed a solution, generated a buzz and implemented a “go to” market strategy that has resulted in an impressive ROI for Atco Energy. Contact Nexus today to find out how we can do the same for your company.
Leading up to the “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth”, Budweiser partnered with Lammles & saw a fantastic opportunity to show it’s consumers just how to Step Into Stampede. Mosaic came to Nexus Exhibits, looking for a mobile display that was easy to set up & take down.
Within just 2 weeks from concept to completion, we designed, fabricated and produced a custom case that has drawn a lot of positive attention and is easily mobile. We are happy to hear that their campaign has been such a huge success & are very pleased with the results!
Monsanto came to us with the need to visit their growers in five communities across Western Canada to showcase their latest technology in canola, corn and soybeans.
Nexus worked closely with the team at Monsanto to plan the logistics, site plans and layouts for each event. We produced the graphics and provided the rental items for each venue as well as installation, logistics and event support at each event.
We had the pleasure of working with Tundra on an extremely ambitious trade show concept. The booth filled a 50 x 60 space, but was also convertible to a 20 x 20 for smaller shows.
At it’s largest configuration the booth concept included a double decker construction, with a space for VIP on the second floor, and an enclosed presentation area at the bottom. We also incorporated the custom metal touch screen displays for attendees to actively interact and engage with the booth.
Syngenta presented us with the need for a display concept that exuded a distinctive, contemporary look and feel to capture the essence of science and agriculture. Syngenta also requested that there was a casual meeting space, along with two oneonone meeting areas incorporated into the booth design.
To execute this within a 20×30 space we started with a stretch fabric of the Syngenta logo and a lit bridge structure to bring attention to the centre of the booth housing a large meeting area framed by horizontal elements. The ends of the bridge were anchored by 2 large towers that acted as a storage units and further defined the theme of the space. With the design being a harmonious combination of aluminum and custom elements the Syngenta booth concept won best of show on it’s debut appearance.
Suncor presented us with the unique opportunity to work with one of the largest energy companies in the world to implement a strategy designed to communicate their brand refresh in the trade show space, where they previously lacked a strong presence. The main goal was to design a display that reflected their importance in the industry and embrace the energy of their bold new campaign.
To produce the desired result, we started with the main focal point as a large curved fabric screen, which simultaneously attracted guests from all angles, and played off the circular element of the Suncor brand. Intersecting the circular space was a 3-legged fabric-skinned aluminum structure that elegantly framed the area and facilitated the mounting of TV monitors, looping videos and a plethora of touch screen technology that further solidified Suncor’s reputation as an innovator in the industry.