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Pop-Up Displays for Shopping Centres
Work with us to create a shopping centre pop-up display with impact!
Key considerations for shopping centre use
The most important factor to bear in mind with your shopping centre displays is that the majority of centres will enforce a strict height restriction policy. A typical maximum height is around 1.5 metres for Westfield, Stockland, and other major centres. You can often add extra impact to your stand with the addition of "tower" sections such as in the photo above, as long as they are not too wide.
Another important factor is that shopping centre displays are typically double-sided, as this enables you to target your message to visitors approaching from either direction.
Which type is best for me?
Almost all of our pop up displays can be produced to shopping centre specifications, including being double-sided, meaning you won't lose any functionality just because your displays are smaller.
Talk to us today about your specific requirements, and we can recommend a solution to suit you.
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