Infinity Call Tracking - TFM&A by ARIS Design
Infinity Call Tracking - TFM&A by ARIS Design

Aris Design was commissioned to design the Infinity Call Tracking exhibition stand back in 2011 for TFM&A, since then we have re-designed the stand to fit in a number of different size spaces. The latest being TFM&A 2012 where the space was a 5.5m x 5.5m.

The exhibition stand has been designed with a modular format in mind to make it adaptable to fit in different size spaces, so far we have ranged from 4m x 5m to 5m x 7m and a few others in between. It has featured at AdTech 2011 & TTE 2012

The stand won rave reviews at this years TFM&A, featuring in the Exhibition News article.

As well as the main stand we have provided portable displays for road shows and conferences.

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"We have been working with Steve Aris for a couple of years now and he has built some fantastic stands for us. Every show we do we get people telling us that its the best in show. Steve makes the process simple for us and I know the attention to detail will be at the level I require. Can't recommend him highly enough."

Paul Walsh

Founder of Infinity Tracking

"I have had the pleasure of working with Steve on several projects and events. The stands he produces are of the highest quality. The stands he has produced for us have been the 'talk of the event'. Steve goes above and beyond in the service he provides and has extensive knowledge, attention to detail and creative flair that mean we can trust he will always deliver an excellent result. Looking forward to working with him on the forthcoming project."

Carol Carini

Marketing Manager at Infinity Tracking


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