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Moss banner solution to target exhibition arena

Moss launches new transportable rental banner system to expand event solutions range

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The Moss rental banner system is available in circles, squares, and cubes

Moss has announced the launch of a new transportable rental banner system designed to transform event spaces in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Billed as a ‘banner-in-a-bag’ option, Moss says the solutions is available in various shapes and sizes, including circles, squares, and cubes, with the idea of catering to a wide range of branding needs.

Moss adds that the solution is easy to use, with customer simply having to pull the graphic up and zip it around the framework, without the need for tools or on-site graphics labour.

Rentals are available over 10-to-15-day periods, with the solution to be offered alongside Moss UK’s existing tension fabric rental options. After customers are finished with their event, they can return the frames to Moss for recycling or future use with other clients.

Matt Phipps, group account director at Moss UK, says the new offering will meet rising demand for hanging banners at exhibitions. He goes as far to say that the solution could become a “go-to” option, especially for stand builders and event organisers who are often challenged by the logistics and costs of traditional solutions. 

“Our new ‘banner-in-a-bag’ system achieves high-quality, memorable branding without sacrificing our clients’ time, team or resources,” Phipps says.

“Taking proven technology from within the Moss Group our portable, versatile and easy to install rental banners reduce show setup times and logistical costs, enabling clients to focus on creating unforgettable event experiences.”

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