HOTT3D celebrates 10th year Business Anniversary

A little over 10 years ago, Liam and Michelle Beattie started HOTT 3 Dimensional Marketing in the small coastal town of Knysna in the Western Cape leaving employment in the Cape Town exhibition industry behind. With grand intentions to take the Garden Route coastal region by storm (whilst following an idealistic lifestyle) selling an array […]

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AfricaCom 2015 – Venue Wayfinding and Sponsor Branding

2015 represents the 9th year that HOTT3D have planned, designed and implemented the venue wayfinding and sponsor branding at the AfricaCom Conference & Exhibition at the CTICC. Working closely with our UK based client, Informa, the AfricaCom event has yet again proved to be successful. Planning the venue signage for this event is truly an […]

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South African 2016 Exhibitions, Trade Shows and Conferences

2015 proved to be a excellent year in the Conference and Exhibition Industry in South Africa. The continued growth of business tourism has allowed for many new role players to enter the industry. Cape Town in particular has an exciting future ahead with the new Century City Conference Centre opening February of 2016 and the […]

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Puerto Rico – World Routes 2015

HOTT3D was approached by our American partners Exhibit Experience, Inc and their client See Puerto Rico at World Routes 2015. Working from the design created by Exhibit Experience, HOTT3D were commissioned to produce the exhibit in Durban, South Africa on their behalf.  The 7m x 7m exhibition stand was entirely custom fabricated and built onsite in Durban within 2 days. 

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Kishugu

Working on Fire – 14th World Forestry Congress

Kishugu presented their Working on Fire services at the the 14th World Forestry Congress. With their head office based at Kirstenbosch in Cape Town, Working on Fire plays an integral role of fire management around the Cape Peninsula and throughout South Africa. Our own recent experience with the fires that devastated much of Cape Towns Table Mountain range bear […]

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FAO Farms & Forestry – World Forestry Congress 2015

The 14th World Forestry Congress took place at Durban ICC from 7th till 11th September 2015. Our second featured exhibit at WFC was for another division of The Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), the Farms and Forestry Facility. The 10 x 10 space was used to create an island pavilion where various partners could rotate their display […]

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FAO Pavilion – 14th World Forestry Congress 2015

The 14th World Forestry Congress took place at Durban ICC from 7th till 11th September 2015. This hugely important gathering of role players from around the globe saw a range of key topic discussions and ultimately led to a resolution being passed that seeks to protect our natural environments. Of the 4 exhibits we produced at […]

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Mercedes AMG GTS GT – v&a waterfront in cape town

Part 1 of our recent Mercedes Benz activation saw the GLE Coupe being showcased at the V&A Waterfront.  The GLE Coupe activation was the warmup to the launch of the AMG GTS GT to the South African market. The changeover in Cape Town, in conjunction with the Mercedes Benz Cape Town Fashion Week,  saw the introduction of the live film […]

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Mercedes GLE Coupe – V&A Waterfront in Cape Town

Part 1 of a 2 stage activation project for the new Mercedes AMG GTS, saw the new Mercedes GLE Coupe being showcased at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. Using the infrastructure created for the AMG GTS activation as a temporary space for the GLE Coupe and also as a teaser to the headline #MyAMGGTS campaign worked […]

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Delta Energy & Communications – PowerGen 2015

The HOTT3D team was approached by Delta Energy & Communications late in 2014 to realise their vision for their exhibit at PowerGen Africa 2015. This was Deltas first time exhibiting in Africa and the brief called for a showstopper of a stand that was unique and stood out from the usual style of custom exhibits seen at industrial […]

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