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GoboPlus.com and CutColourPlus at PLASA 2016

GoboPlus.com and CutColourPlus at PLASA 2016

UK – GoboPlus.com turned out in force on its fully recyclable cardboard stand at PLASA 2016. The whole stand, with graphics designed by GoboPlus.com’s Vicky Fairall, was made entirely of cardboard, including the lectern, seats and tables. It succeeded in drawing large numbers of visitors with its unique and colourful appearance that guided customers through the process of custom gobo production.

GoboPlus.com is a one-stop online shop that specialises in the supply of custom and standard metal gobos, glass gobos and all projection images. Goboplus.com’s online shop now features colour filter which is available from stock, by the sheet or roll, for shipping the same day.

Its sister company, CutColourPlus, provides bespoke cutting and complete scroll-making services, and supplies lighting filters in sheets and rolls from leading manufacturers that include Lee, Rosco and GAM.

GoboPlus.com chose PLASA 2016 to release more new gobo designs in its Plus range which, along with its existing collection of Rosco, DHA and GAM images, raises the total number of designs available to more than 3,000.

GoboPlus.com is also a supplier of Suprabeam torches, a range of professional super-efficient LED torches which are available from the GoboPlus.com website. A daily competition with a Suprabeam torch as the prize was held during the show with six winners becoming lucky recipients of a Suprabeam Q3 Classic.

“We were very happy with the new-look PLASA and delighted to see an increase in the number of visitors to our stand which included existing clients and a good number of new leads with a genuine interest in our services,” says Vicky Fairall. “We were constantly busy for all three days of the show.”

The stand was well manned to cope with the increased footfall as GoboPlus.com has recently expanded its team: Paul de Ville and Vicky Fairall are now joined by new sales executives, Emma de Ville and Ally Bullock.

"The show had a buzz that has been missing for the last few years and was full on for the three days,” comments Paul de Ville. “The mix of visitors from students to the seasoned professional, with a good amount of overseas people, is exactly the right balance for us and I am already looking forward to next year.”

3rd October 2016

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