The construction of exhibition booths for food and hotel-themed fairs often requires high standards. These exhibition design in Vietnam demand aesthetics and utmost convenience. One of the critical factors that needs careful consideration is the interior elements. Let’s explore the essential interior elements required for booths at Food & Hotel Hanoi 2023.
Food & Hotel Hanoi 2023 will showcase a wide range of food products, modern equipment, and services to its visitors. Alongside, the exhibition will host exciting cooking and beverage competitions, specialized seminars, and skill training sessions. With a total exhibition area spanning 5,649 square meters, the event is expected to bring together over 140 businesses from 17 countries and territories, including 12 international pavilions.
Food & Hotel Hanoi 2023 will be held at the International Center for Exhibition (I.C.E) from November 21 to November 23, 2023. It will feature food and beverage products, food processing ingredients, dining equipment, interior decoration items, room service supplies, confectionery and baking equipment, and advanced service quality enhancement solutions, effectively meeting the diverse needs of the industry.
When constructing exhibition booths for food-related events, it’s essential to present your products attractively. In this context, exhibition furniture plays a crucial role in making your food stand out and defining your booth’s ambiance. Here is a list of 10 essential pieces of furniture needed for food exhibition booth construction:
This is where you prepare and display your food items. The service counter should be designed for convenience in serving and conducting transactions with customers.
Provide seating for customers to enjoy your food. Tables and chairs should be comfortable and convenient for customers to dine, converse, and relax.
Utilize lighting to highlight your products and create focal points for your booth, especially during evening events.
Use decorations such as plants, flowers, or thematic decor to create an appealing and interesting atmosphere.
Ensure you have enough trash bins for customers to dispose of waste after dining.
Display a clear menu or price list to help customers easily view and decide on their orders.
For products that need to be kept cold, like bottled beverages or packaged food items.
In contrast to food stalls, hotel booths should be professional, clean, and spacious. Therefore, the furniture requirements for these booths differ. When constructing an exhibition booth for a hotel, the following furniture is essential:
Create a sample room to allow customers to preview the hotel experience. The sample can be in the form of images, experiential videos, or 3D models. Ensure the sample room is fully equipped with beautiful furnishings.
Similar to tables and chairs but designed differently. The seating area in hotel booths should be tidy, minimalistic, and elegant. It provides a comfortable space for customers to relax and converse.
Use decorative lighting to create a cozy atmosphere and highlight specific aspects of your booth.
Utilize paintings and decor to create an impressive space and reflect the hotel’s style. The imagery should include hotel floor plans, exterior images, and service visuals.
In addition, ensure that all furniture in your booth is arranged neatly and professionally to make a positive impression on visitors to the exhibition.
At Food and Hotel Expo 2023, SDragon – Best unit of exhibition design in Vietnam – takes pride in delivering the most outstanding and impressive designs. When partnering with us, you will receive meticulous preparation for your presence at the exhibition. SDragon provides support in setting up intelligent, versatile, and exhibition-appropriate booths that align perfectly with the expo’s nature and suit the characteristics of your participating unit. Contact SDragon today for detailed consultation and assistance.
SDragon Vietnam Co., Ltd.
Address: Ba Dinh Building, 19 Le Thanh Nghi Street, Bach Mai Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi | 283 Nguyen Thien Thuat, Ward 1, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: (+84) 24 62888396 (Hanoi) | (+84) 28 3930 6105 (Ho Chi Minh City) | (+84) 97 505 9989 (Hotline)