Montag, 24. Oktober 2016

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Global Sunshine Entertainment created the exhibit for the Federal Government's IT authority at CeBIT 2010

(lifePR) (Berlin, ) It was the center piece of the Public Sector Parc at CeBIT 2010. The Ministry of the Interior's exhibit in hall 9 clearly displayed how a federal administration can present itself in a modern, transparent and citizen-friendly fashion. The focus was on the ministry's IT investment program and the new German identity card, which were presented along with possible areas of application.

Global Sunshine Entertainment staged the Interior Ministry's exhibit using an "arcade" design. Its clean design along with the spacious indoor atrium had a highly compelling effect on visitors. "Technology of the future" was one of many themes deftly dramatized with exacting technical precision that allowed numerous co-exhibitors to be integrated into the stand in order to demonstrate the new identity card's many different areas of application - all without removing the focus from the stand's owner.

The themes were communicated personally and practically using interactive modules such as the "Identity Card Department of the future", where visitors could walk through the application process for a sample identity card.

The following companies were responsible for making this project a success: mac messe- und ausstellungsservice GmbH, Pool group GmbH, lighting designer Marc Lorenz and the architect Roy-Simon Folta.

Once again, the team at Global Sunshine Entertainment created an impressive and trend-setting trade fair exhibit for the Federal Ministry of the Interior.

The next big project will also be an exhibit booth. Global Sunshine Entertainment is developing and designing the exhibit for the Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance, a subsidiary of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, at the International Exhibition for Rescue, Fire Prevention, Disaster Relief, Safety, Security in Leipzig (Germany) from June 7 - 12, 2010.

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