Stools for events? Events come in all shapes and sizes and you often need to organise seating. Go for something other than your average boring chair, try a FestivalChair! Whether it is a cultural Sunday, a marathon or an outdoor music festival, this sturdy cardboard stool is a great all-rounder.
The chairs can be printed in any colour or corporate branding, which makes them extra eye-catching at events – an excellent reason for sponsors to put their logo on them. Event-goers often take the chairs home which keeps your branding visible well after the event.
It’s not just the custom-printed chairs that stand out, the standard white FestivalChair really comes into its own when used under creative lighting or when a hall is packed with hundreds of rows of chairs.
Would you like more information about our chairs for your events? Please contact us and we’ll be glad to advise you. For more photos of chairs for events, click here [Our customers link]
Stools for conferences? When organising major conferences, at a certain point the same question always arises, what type of chairs are we going to hire? They need to be practical, attractive, original and easy to set out. Our advice: Give FestivalChairs a try! These sturdy cardboard stools meet all the requirements. FestivalChairs are not only efficient, flexible, original and sustainable, but beautifully designed too. And the cardboard stool is perfect for custom printing, creating an effective promotional tool.
The chairs can be printed differently for different conferences so that sponsors can bring their logo or corporate brand to the attention of conference attendees. In practice, people often take the chairs home so your logo also goes right into their living room. All in all, a perfect combination of marketing with a practical use.
If you have any questions regarding using FestivalChairs at conferences, please contact us. We will be happy to advise you on all the options. For more photos of chairs at conferences, click here [Our customers link]
Photo: Dennis Bouman
Design and Photo: Five Spices
It’s finally here: the FestivalChair XL! In recent years, we’ve received an ever increasing number of requests for a high version of our cardboard stool. We’ve taken note of the input and designed a new model to add to the collection. This version is just as strong and easy to assemble as the standard FestivalChair, but high enough to allow you to sit comfortably at a table.
We’re convinced that the FestivalChair XL will facilitate a whole range of new applications and we look forward to a new round of inquiries, which are sure to once again be equally creative and inspiring.
Click here for the specifications.
Event chair and programme in one? Have your event programme printed on the portable FestivalChair and everyone in attendance will know where to go. As an added advantage, everyone will be guaranteed a seat.
Teamwork with stools? Issue all of your guests with a flat / folded FestivalChair. Get the host or master of ceremonies to demonstrate assembly of the FestivalChair. Within a single minute, you’ll have 200, 500, or even 1000 FestivalChairs ready for use. And the resulting humour and relaxed atmosphere is sure to instantly break the ice.
Networking with cardboard stool? Put some people from different professions together and give each of them a FestivalChair. Because it’s lightweight and has a handle, people can easily move around with their Chairs. If there’s someone that you’d like to speak to, just move your stool across and sit down on it. Never before has networking been so comfortable and informal.
Build tables from FestivalChairs. We already knew that you could use the FestivalChair to build all kinds of things, but that it works so well to make tables from was a surprise even to Timon Enterprise. For the anniversary party in the Lichtfabriek in March 2014, FestivalChairs were used to build long tables to accommodate the 200 guests. It looked great, as well as being very practical. As everyone was carrying their own FestivalChair around with them, they were free to sit anywhere at the long tables, proving that the FestivalChair is not just for sitting on, but also for sitting at.