Pop Up Pallets - sustainable exhibition concepts

Franchisebeurs 2019

Pop Up Pallets developed event construction for the Franchise Fair 2019 on April 4 and 5, in which all the knowledge and experience gained regarding the sustainability of events and event catering was recorded.

The two-day edition of the Franchise Fair, organized by FranchisePlus - Franchise + with the slogan Onderneem 't! was organized in Hart van Holland - Nijkerk , where 65 franchise formulas were present.

The result is an exhibition floor that shows the do's and don'ts in the field of responsible waste management, energy use, soil protection, entertainment, choice of location, mobility.

Creative and sustainable exhibition concepts from Pop Up Pallets

Pop Up Pallets develops sustainable experience concepts. Event concepts that make an essential contribution to experiencing the uniqueness of a company, an exhibition or a trade fair.
Our aim is to bind people in a sustainable way and fascinate them to your organization. CSR and sustainability go beyond the environment alone.
The sustainable exhibition concepts of our events is an important precondition and one of the steps towards an environmentally friendly event policy.
However, the awareness and introduction of CSR and sustainability themes within organizations is just as important.
That is why Pop Up Pallets focuses primarily on the CSR pillar 'people-planet-profit' with its projects and concepts.
Without personal awareness of visitors, employees and relations, a green-organized event has little sustainable effect in the longer term.

Pop Up Pallets -> No Waste – no Trash

We would like to share the surprising result with you:

  • 2100 m2 exhibition area
  • 68 stands
  • 9083 screws (reusable)
  • 10 hours of exhibition build-up

Take a look? Click here!


Click on the link for a download of the impression.

Pop Up Pallets exhibition design Franchise fair 2019

Also read the pages Duuzame Stand Construction and Mobile Stand Construction

Interested or questions? Contact Pop Up Pallets!


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