At Far’n’Beyond we are pleased to have developed strong relationships with universities and student unions over the years, helping guide them to the most appropriate solution for their design, print and digital requirements.
Brookes Union is the Student’s Union of Oxford Brookes University, one of the UK’s leading modern Universities. The Union wanted to source a portable counter that could be used to raise awareness of the forthcoming elections, distribute literature and provide a clear point of contact for students looking to vote.
Brookes Union provides valuable representation for students and is keen to ensure the team for the following year continue to reflect the student’s interests.
Engaging the students throughout the electoral process and encouraging them to make informed decisions is key to the success of the elections, so a highly visible campaign is required across campus.
The portable exhibition counter is ideal, as it can be easily transported, quickly set up and delivers a big impact.
With the counter being used to manage registrations, discussions and distribute literature, it provides an excellent central feature for any campaign.
The artwork supplied by the Students Union was perfect for attracting attention in a crowded campus. Designed using our templates, we quickly responded with a visual proof before production.
Printed in full colour the counter wrap forms a rigid waterproof material that can be easily replaced as no glue or adhesion is used to keep it in place. This is not only great for the environment, particularly in contrast to many competitor products, but it also provides a significant cost saving against purchasing replacement counter units.
With fantastically easy setup, our event counters also feature internal shelves. That way, students running the event counters could place their backpacks, totes, and drink cups beneath them without getting in the way of their area. Additionally, the rounded-edge modern-style counters had plenty of room on top for leaflets, pens and pencils, and tablets for the students to vote with.
We were pleased to hear the counters were a huge success and proved to be a key part of the student unions campaign, which resulted in over 2,600 votes cast during the elections.