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Back in March Creative Output hit the road and built a 100% zero carbon footprint exhibition stand at the Event Production Show. At the show we were showcasing 2 of our bespoke products which are now flying through our doors. Here is how they evolved and why.

Everyone in the event and exhibition industry wants to bang on about sustainability, but is the industries that are all glitz and gold really doing the RIGHT thing.

We had the opportunity to exhibit at Event Production Show Ada we thought it would be very wrong of us not to put our money where our mouth is and do it all out of cardboard.

We have been trying to develop our own patent pending plonk-it a foldable, portable brandable cardboard stool v1.0 had its faults but like most small businesses we never seem to find the time to get to V2.0 and we had never really tested the marketplace properly and most importantly convincingly. So we headed off to London Excel with our electric van full of them to display. In this busy exhibition environment where there is never enough seating people loved them. and all our hesitation of them not working had been put aside and drove us on to make the changes that were needed. V2.0 evolved and over 4,000 of them have now been sold, they were the most requested item at Adeles' concerts in Hyde Park as friends and family had taken them to sit on only to be deluged with people asking where they could buy them from




The other product that quite literally took our breath away in interest was our 100% recyclable roller banner we were deluged with praise and even orders at the show for this product. If we heard I HATE METAL roller banners once we heard it a million times, they look great the print quality is superb and how on earth can you consider a toxically printed planet polluting display piece surely we need to be more responsible. Well we have exclusive rights in the UK to the Greenboarder we decide who we resell them too and we are selling them ourselves.







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