Thursday, 30. March 2017
Expect Everything at JMT
We are rebranding! JMT Indisplayis taking this step to rebrand tofocus attention on our truly superior quality of furniture and floor coverings, customer service levels and our extensive European Network. Relaunching as JMT, with a new campaign, we are aligning ourselves with our European sister companies, and we remain committed to delivering the same high levels of service and standards you have come to expect from us.
Our re-branding campaign, ‘Mission POSSIBLE’, aims to let our valued clients know that we will give our utmost to make sure that whatever your needs be, for whatever size event, wherever you are in Europe that we can make it possible for you. Look out for the JMT green-cross on all our new marketing material…it packs a punch!
As part of the campaign, we are very proud to introduce our 2017 catalogue. To be one of the first to experience it by pre-ordering now – Click here!
Full to the brim with new additions and updates to our already extensive range, our new catalogue will take you on a journey through furniture and floor covering bliss. More colours, new chairs, tables and stools provide an expansion of what is already a huge variety of options; in fact, the largest range and stock available in Europe.
Why choose JMT for your Furniture and Floor Coverings Hire?
JMT has a real pedigree. We have been providing rental furniture and floor coverings in the UK for over 25 years. You can feel completely confident that with our many years of experience we can provide a service that can maximise your Events success, every time. All of this now coupled with a very secure, reliable and strong European distribution network, we can make your day shine whether you need to be in the UK or Europe wide.
3 top reasons to choose JMT
1. One stop shop – at JMT we pride ourselves on being able to supply all of the highest quality furniture and floor coverings for your event all under one roof. With Europe’s largest range of stock spread across 13 locations available, you need not look anywhere else for your furniture and floor covering needs.
2. With over 25 years of solid industry experience, you can sit back and relax whilst we do the hard-work, safe in the knowledge that we have all the right knowledge to make your plans come to fruition, pain free.
3. Concerned about the environment? So are we at JMT; many of our furniture and floor coverings are sustainable and we reduce your carbon footprint by being able to deliver from a local company wherever you need your furniture of floor coverings to be.
Watch this space, new website coming soon
Re-branded with a real customer centric feel, our new website will make your furniture and floor covering decisions so much easier, however big or small your event. View the full range we have to offer at the touch of a mouse in the comfort of your home or office. It really couldn’t be simpler.
Thursday, 16. February 2017
JMT Indisplay shortlisted for three categories for EN Awards 2017!
MT Indisplay is very proud to have been shortlisted for 3 categories in this years’ EN Awards for the Best Supplier to Organisers and Best Supplier to Exhibitors categories, as well as the very special 10th Anniversary ESSA Award.
Last year we were very happy to have been shortlisted for 1 award in recognition of our service and quality but we were determined to do even better this year. JMT Indisplay is always striving to innovate and improve our products and services in order to provide our customers with the best possible experience with their furniture and floor covering hire. Wealso focus on supporting our industry in order to help it to grow and improve, one of the ways that we do this is by fully supporting ESSA’s efforts and initiatives.
We are absolutely delighted that our most recent efforts have been recognised with an increase in nominations and will continue to innovate so that our customers and industry can continue to benefit. Keep an eye out for some great developments coming out of JMT Indisplay over the next year!
We arereally looking forward to the 30th March for a great night of celebrating all of the companies and individuals who help to boost and support our industry.
Tuesday, 17. May 2016
We’re very happy and proud to announce that our very own Derek Berry has been shortlisted for the AEO Unsung Hero Award 2016!
Over the many years that Derek has worked for us at JMT Indisplay he has not only become an industry treasure and an expert in his field but he has also become indispensable to our company and always goes above and beyond what is expected of him!
With his expert knowledge and bright and shining personality there’s no one we feel deserves to be recognised more than Derek with this award. We’re all very proud to have Derek working with us.
Monday, 29. February 2016
JMT Indisplay are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the category of Best Supplier to Exhibitors 2016 in the 10th anniversary of the Exhibition News Awards. To read more about the EN Awards you can visit their website here
Monday, 08. February 2016
We’re very pleased to announce that JMT Indisplay has been named as a top three furniture supplier in the Exhibition News Elite List, which was announced this month in a supplement to the Exhibition News magazine.
Launched in 2014, The Exhibition News Elite List polls over 2000 of the UK’s event industry peers and clients, awarding the best suppliers in seven categories, including AV hire and production, signage & graphics, and furniture.
JMT Indisplay’s Managing Director, Richard Jarvill was delighted with the news, saying, “It’s fantastic to have been chosen as one of the best furniture suppliers in the business. There really is no better testament to the hard work of everyone at JMT Indisplay, than being voted for by so many of our clients and peers. Thanks to everyone for the votes!”
Tuesday, 15. December 2015
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Jarvill as our Managing Director, who replaces out going MD, Alex Robertson.
Alex is retiring from his role after two and a half years at JMT Indisplay. He's overseen a number of key achievements within the business; from establishing environmental procedures, through to making investments that have expanded upon, and improved, our services. But we're not losing him altogether, after completing a thorough handover with new MD, Richard, Alex will continue to work with us in a consultancy capacity.
“I am sad to be leaving JMT Indisplay at this time as, with a new Group CEO now on board, the future looks very bright for the company. I have enjoyed my time at JMT and made many friends across the industry, and I'd especially like to thank my superb team for its commitment and support over the last few years. I am pleased that I have been able to ensure a smooth and effective handover to my successor, and am confident Richard will fit in very well. I wish him and the company every success for the future.”
Richard brings significant experience to JMT Indisplay. He joins us from a Canadian Oil and Gas company where he headed up operational support within the logistics group of the corporation. Prior to this, he's held roles in operations, leadership, policy and technical programme management so he's no stranger to implementing ‘operational excellence’.
Richard looked forward to his appointment, saying, “I’m extremely fortunate to be joining JMT Indisplay at an exciting time, and am looking forward to the challenges that lay ahead. I have some big shoes to fill; Alex is a knowledgeable individual who has done great things with the company and I’m fortunate to have conducted an extensive handover. JMT Indisplay will remain focused on providing a quality service to our customers and I will be looking to enhance and expand our services further in the near future. I am looking forward to working with the new CEO, Jasper Stultiens, who has outlined a strong commitment and further investment in the UK business, which is great news for JMT and especially our clients"
Friday, 30. October 2015
Five JMT Indisplay employees have been congratulated by Jasper Stultiens, the CEO of Boemer Rental Services Group, JMT's parent company after they all gained the Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Customer Service.
Michelle Kaye, Jackie Power, and Shafia Begum from JMT's customer services division, key account manager Helen Ditchfield, and marketing assistant Melody Mount, were all presented with the award after partaking in a nine month course.
The qualification covers a number of key areas, from customer rights and responsibilities to data protection, and will ensure JMT staff have a deeper understanding of the skills and responsibilities that are paramount to delivering highly professional customer service.
JMT's managing director, Alex Robertson, explained why the qualification was chosen, saying, “For any business good customer service is important. But, working in an industry like the events industry it's essential that staff are more than just polite and courteous; they need to be well informed, be able to handle situations when they arise and, ultimately, prevent incidents from occurring.”
Thursday, 27. August 2015
We are delighted to welcome Loraine Freeman to the JMT fold. Loraine is joining our in-house design team as an upholsterer.
Drawing on a wealth of experience working in interior design and upholstery, and a well oiled creative flair, Loraine will be responsible for repairing and re-upholstering our wide range of furniture products and helping us design and make bespoke pieces; ensuring the needs of clients are met to the highest of standards.
Loraine was delighted to be joining the team, saying, “I'm thrilled to be joining a company where I will be able to use my creative talents and be very hands on. It's a very dynamic industry so I am sure that it will be full of new and exciting challenges. ”
In her spare time Loraine puts her creative flair to work making products more suited to the ring than the exhibition hall. After previously running a boxing club, she makes her own range of bespoke boxing gear!
Thursday, 02. July 2015
You've decided to take the plunge and put in a presence at your first exhibition. You will have booked your stand, confirmed the stand number, started organising your show graphics and planning the content. But, whatever your exhibition goals are you're not going to achieve them unless people know where, and when, you are exhibiting. Whether your ambitions are to generate a certain number of pre-qualified leads, raise awareness of your brand or boost your product's profile you need to communicate effectively to customers and prospects.
It might seem obvious, but you would be surprised at the number of business that seem to think that simply being at an exhibition is enough. The truth is that you have to push the message out to everyone, at every opportunity and that takes a little forward planning of its own.
Start publicising your intention to exhibit as soon as you have confirmed a stand number at your chosen event. You want to reach all your customers, prospects and key influencers. Begin with using all your usual outbound channels – web, email, newsletters, and standard post. Start blogging about your preparations, and include shorter updates on your website news section. If you tweet, tweet the links to your blogs and news articles with every development. Use your social media networks like Facebook and LinkedIn too, but remember not to simply duplicate the same message on every platform, as your audience will not warm to reading the same thing in three different places!
Depending on the volume of your outgoing post, you might consider stamping or stickering envelopes with your exhibition details e.g. 'See us on stand J301 at Sprocket World 2016, July 7-10, at the NEC!' or something similar. Likewise, if you amend all company outbound email signatures to do the same, you can broadcast the message far and wide with minimum effort. In digital communications, remember to include a link to your own website news and the show website wherever possible.
Next you should find out what the organiser is offering in terms of marcomms support. Find out if there are opportunities for mentions on social media, the show site, or other supporting communications. Check to see whether there are exhibitor profiles or listings on the show site. Make full use of every opportunity offered!
Organisers and venues want your stand to be well attended as much as you do – and should support you in all your efforts to achieve this. If you can time your exhibiting to coincide with some newsworthy activity, unveiling a new model or product, or launching a new brand, then you have an ideal combination for a press release you can distribute to your industry trade press and other appropriate outlets to reach your target audience. You may even want to invite the press to your stand to see what's new.
In brief, tell everyone! But plan your messaging strategy to release a steady stream of well differentiated news and updates building up to the event, and spread it across several channels.
Wednesday, 13. May 2015
Events are working, make sure your stand works too!
Exhibition News published an article in the April issue based on research by London based venue, Stamford Bridge, seeking to gain insight into the exhibition industry from the attendee's perspective.
With 13 million visitors to exhibitions generating revenues of an estimated £11 billion, and a spend on goods and services estimated to be £100bn sold at or through exhibitions each year, there is plenty of room to think about how to segment and target some of this substantial market. Clearly, it cannot all be achieved with just the furniture and the carpet on a stand but with financial stats of this magnitude, furniture and carpets can't be an afterthought, they must integrate with, support and project the brand impression "to the max".
One of the most interesting sets of data were those pertaining to the demographics of the shows. Age ranges between 30-39 and 16-29 were the most populous, attending 2 or more exhibitions per annum. But the most telling was that the younger group was expanding its attendance at specialist exhibitions, they are active and increasingly so.
Younger audiences are more style conscious, design literate and adventurous, they are also the future of attendance at many shows as they move through the age profile. There is a wealth of research and psychology behind the appeal of colour, textile and surface finish, to varying audiences. Applied colour psychology expert Karen Haller appeared on the Event Magazine website discussing what is a misunderstood marketing tool and one that will always trigger an emotional reaction. Combined with the other aspects of the stand the right furniture, made from appropriate materials and in the desired colour could have a dramatic effect upon how visitors react to a stand.
It must be worth spending time in selecting the right furniture and carpets if there is an opportunity to capture just a small part of the £110bn spent annually.