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Thursday, July 18, 2024

Display Wizard has magical year

Over the past year, Garstang-based display stand supplier, Display Wizard has seen record growth; adding new staff and expanding their premises to become one of the major players in the UK exhibition industry.

Since being founded in 2004 by co-directors, Sally Hiscutt and Diarmuid Beary, Garstang-based Display Wizard has established themselves as one of the most reputable companies in the display and exhibition industry. However, 2017 has been a record year for the business, with their highest turnover and sights firmly set on even bigger expansion.

In 2017, the business has added six new ‘wizards’ to their team of display experts, adding talent and enthusiasm, to their existing team of graphic designers, sales staff and print production personnel. They have also increased their printing capacity, refurbished their offices and added a greater array of exhibition equipment to their e-commerce website.

Co-director Sally Hiscutt explained: “Display Wizard has always focused on having a fantastic online offering, but this year we have seen a record number of orders come through as we became the go-to display stand supplier for companies looking to exhibit. Although we are proud to be based in Lancashire, we are very much a national business, offering delivery across the country and abroad.”

The biggest growth area for Display Wizard is their exhibition stand hire service, catering for the design, build and breakdown of large-scale exhibition stands. Display Wizard provides this service across the country, for venues such as the NEC in Birmingham and Excel in London, becoming their exhibition teams’ home-from-home.

Co-director Diarmuid Beary continued: “We have expanded our new aluminium Vision exhibition system, which has shaken up industry. This cutting-edge system means we can build stunning bespoke stands at events, in a fraction of the time and cost it takes traditionally to build stands.”

Whilst 2017 was a record year for the business, the company has no plans for slowing down – with plenty of scope for growth as Sally explained: “We are finding that the appeal of trade shows is not slowing down, with the benefits of speaking to people face-to-face becoming more important in the increasingly digital age. We see ourselves continuing to maintain our supportive relationship of businesses looking to exhibit – helping businesses of all size maximising their presence at events.”

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