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Using mesh banners for outdoor events

21 November 2017

Mesh banners are a great marketing tool for outdoor events, as they have a number of benefits over other forms of banners. Here is a rundown of exactly what a mesh banner is and how it can be used for your next outdoor event.

What exactly are mesh banners?

Mesh banners are large, vinyl banners which are perforated with small holes throughout. These small holes don’t impact on the aesthetic appeal of your banner but do allow wind to pass through. This means they don’t get caught up in gusty conditions and are well suited for outdoor branding. They are generally the go-to choice for print marketing materials which will be needed in conditions of medium to high winds and potential rain.

Benefits of mesh banners

Mesh banners have a number of different benefits, especially over other forms of print marketing.

Mesh banners are durable

They are designed for heavy use at outdoor events so are built to last. This means you can use a mesh banner frequently each year for a number of years.

Mesh banners are waterproof

Even if the weather takes a turn for the worse, you don’t have to worry about your mesh banner getting ruined.

Mesh banners look great

They are great for marketing purposes as the very nature of them is that they are large and fully customisable to your marketing requirements.

Uses of mesh banners

Mesh banners can be used for all manner of events, be they indoor or outdoor, especially where the weather can be very wet and windy. This includes:

  • Tradeshows
  • Concerts
  • Fetes
  • County fairs
  • Rooftop advertising
  • Advertising on scaffolding

Getting started with your new mesh banner

As mentioned, the great thing about mesh banners is that they are fully customisable. You can design your mesh banner however you want, and make it an eye-catching feature for an upcoming trade event you have planned. Here at Instaprint, we offer mesh banner printing from as little as £7.97 (excl. VAT). Check out our banner printing services

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