During this period, we want to keep inspiring you and your colleagues of the stand building and event industry. Keep encouraging and motivating each other by sharing your newest ideas, cases and solutions with #beInspired, #beSafe and don't forget to tag #beMatrix in it.
Below you will find some inspiring cases and projects:
Polish standbuilder Wise uses beMatrix frames to create safe work environments
“In the first week since the WHO announced the Pandemic, we have been closely monitoring the situation on the fair market in Poland and abroad. The situation became unclear and held our team in suspense. However, we knew that thanks to beMatrix frame system we are able to react quickly to changes and needs. We established cooperation with manufacturing companies and logistics centres, where we were immediately able to prepare partition walls which helped manage the flow of Staff minimising the risk of COVID-19 infection.
In the first week we built over 90 partition walls in different sizes, improving the working conditions of almost 4000 employees. The implementation took place in several logistics centres scattered across the country and required coordinated assembly. Thanks to beMatrix, we were able to complete the entire project in just 5 days.
We knew the next step would be to work on a temperature screening checkpoint. We set up 16 checkpoints in total with a monitoring system where beMatrix frames were used as both partition walls as well as a protection box including an advanced measurement system.” – Łukasz Pawłowski, Wise (PL)
Restaurant partition walls
|Thanks to beMatrix and stand builder Standplus (BE), the Belgian restaurant De Roos is ready to welcome guests as soon as the government allows it. De Roos has placed 11 partition walls in their restaurant, 7 inside and 4 outside. The modular frames of beMatrix form a perfect basic structure for this: quick and easy to install, flexible, affordable and aesthetic.|
How the collaboration with beMatrix saved Paco's company during the Corona-crisis
“In times of uncertainty like the ones we are living, I realized a simple decision became a lifesaver. Amid this wave of events cancellation, where so many of us have struggled to keep our business running and losing a lot of money, I had an ace under my sleeve without really knowing it.
At Happy Projects, we have managed to contain the losses to a minimum because we decided to use the beMatrix frame system for our stands in the past (and future), and this kept us a little bit healthier financially. Among its main benefits (quicker assembly, reusable, durable, recyclable, and manageable), the most important is sustainability. We are going to be able to reuse the frames from previous stands once we go back to work. We’ll just need to pull them from our inventory.
That is how a simple decision six years ago changed the whole game for us and saved our business.” – Paco Collazo, VP International Operations at Happy Projects
beMatrix China creates set-up as stage for webinars #beCreative
Studio Displays (USA) offers solutions for a safer environment
|“During these uncertain times we all have to reinvent ourselves and do whatever we can to help. At Studio, we're utilizing our aluminum beMatrix frames to provide a quick and easy solution to create sanitary modular environments that can be installed in only a few hours. This system is a perfect solution for temporary hospital rooms, screening stations, and can even be utilized by any business wanting to provide a safer work environment for employees.”|
beMatrix donates masks to the fire department of Roeselare
Our Purchase manager, Stefaan Vandaele, donated hundreds of professional mouth masks (type FFP2) and some eye protectors - we received from a Chinese supplier - to the fire brigade of Roeselare.
As a socially engaged company, we believe it is our duty to assist those who really need it: medical personnel, healthcare providers and critical professions.
Customer WRCK Raumkonzepte (DE) creates hygiene walls at checkouts of supermarkets all over Germany
Stand builder Astound Group (USA) creates safe screening stations in beMatrix structure