Monday, March 1st, 2010 - ExpoNet
ExpoNet has launched a new website devoted to the design and construction of custom exhibition stands and event projects for Australian and international exhibitors.

The website – www.customstands.com.au – presents visitors with a host of ideas for creating an impression on the exhibition floor, showcasing images and design descriptions of some of ExpoNet’s most ambitious and imaginative custom stands.

From a small-scale stand built to capture the look and feel of an ice creamery to an elaborate double storey exhibit incorporating an airport lounge and Formula One model car, the online destination features 18 custom stands of varying styles and sizes.

“There is really not limit to what can be achieved with a custom designed exhibition stand,” said Jim Delahunty, CEO, ExpoNet.

“The website is a great platform to not only promote the capabilities of our project managers, designers and production staff, but also to fire the imagination of companies preparing to take part in an exhibition.”

The new website also throws the spotlight on a number of custom projects completed by ExpoNet for clients outside the exhibition arena, along with custom stands built for international exhibitors from countries such as Germany and the USA.

“As the sole Australian member of the Octanorm Service Partner International (OSPI), we have the facility to design a client’s custom stand locally and have it built by an OSPI partner on the other side of the world and vice versa,” said Delahunty.

The new website is linked to the ExpoNet website – www.ExpoNet.com.au – which was launched on 1 February to coincide with the company’s change of name from Exhibition Hire / Expo Hire to ExpoNet.


ABOUT EXPONET

ExpoNet is one of Australia’s leading suppliers to the exhibition and event industries and excels in providing a range of quality products and services including shell schemes, custom stands, furniture, audio visual equipment, electrics, graphics and signage. From its offices in Sydney, Brisbane/Gold Coast and Melbourne, ExpoNet supplies over 400 events per year in more than 100 venues. Formerly known as Exhibition Hire, the company undertook a significant acquisition program in 2008, acquiring the AE Group in February and Onsite Power & Light in August. The acquisition of Expo Hire in September 2008 complemented expansion plans for Victoria and positioned the company as the largest conference and exhibition industry supplier in Australia. The company changed its name to ExpoNet on 1 February 2010. Further information: www.ExpoNet.com.au

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ExpoNet has launched a new website devoted to the design and construction of custom exhibition stands and event projects for Australian and international exhibitors.
Paul Fahy
P: 02 9360 6166
W: www.ExpoNet.com.au

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