Three phone calls. That’s all it took for Kount’s new custom tradeshow Island Exhibit to get done.
When their management team was preparing for the CNP Expo in San Francisco, Kount wanted to take their exhibit in a new direction. With a big vision and short timeframe, they turned to TideLine Design. Behind those three calls were a long relationship and TideLine Design’s two decades of tradeshow experience. Having that kind of trust in our company, Kount could prepare for the expo worry-free, knowing TideLine would take care of all the complicated details.
Kount is a market leader in digital fraud prevention, utilizing best-in-class fraud prevention solutions to protect the digital innovations of over 6,500 brands globally. Their patented technology prevents digital payments fraud, new account fraud, and account takeovers for digital businesses, acquiring banks, and payment service providers.
Kount was looking to go big. They had worked with TideLine Design for several years on booth design, inventory storage, and show services. But a new management team at Kount wanted to consider something different for their exhibition presence.
As the team determined their vision for their Island Exhibit at CNP Expo in San Francisco, time grew short. Kount also knew they needed a company they could depend on to handle all the show details, freeing them to promote their brand.
Looking to make a splash with a spectacular Island Exhibit, the team at Kount took proposals, and after careful consideration turned to TideLine Design again.
Knowing the client wanted something more extensive than their previous exhibits, we proposed a booth that incorporated height, strategic lighting, and movement, to establish Kount’s presence on the show floor and reflect their market-leading status. When our proposal was accepted, we were very excited for the booth build.
We started with three separate 16-foot towers, with halo-lit graphics in a matching pantone, gloss laminates, and a 7×16-foot backlit graphic. On the center wall, we incorporated LED digital tiles. These displayed a waterfall of zeroes and ones—the data Kount protects—moving in and out of static graphics. We unified the three towers with a custom canopy utilizing inset puck lighting. Finally, we arranged three separate meeting areas with custom counters and furnishings.