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Mutamarq Accreditation 2015

Published on 17/04/2015

Baconinflate operations are proud to be accredited by MUTA once again in 2015. MUTA, the Fabric Structures Trade Association, works to improve the industry standard for those working within it and for the general public.


BMW Sweet Chariot Studio

Published on 08/04/2015

The 5m MINI Q-Bit temporary structure provided BMW with an inflatable cube studio activated at the QBE Internationals and recent RBS Six Nations at the home of England Rugby Twickenham Stadium c/o TRO.


New Tensile Q-bit

Published on 27/03/2015

With its elevated upper platform the new Tensile Q-bit ensures guests are treated to an exclusive view and perspective at your summer event.


Choosing between AirBeam and AirWall type of structures

Published on 24/03/2015

The product portfolio of Baconinflate features 23 different temporary structures – more than enough to confuse anyone that tries deciding on the optimal type for a particular event, exhibition or a conference. Thus, we’ve put together a quick comparison between...


Inflatable Structures: Unlimited Possibilities

Published on 17/03/2015

One of the unparalleled characteristics of inflatable structures are the endless possibilities. The durable, transportable “venues” can be used indoors and/or outdoors, and can be completely custom-made in a size and shape bespoke to your needs, in addition with your...


SFR Freestyle Tour 11m EventStation® Dome

Published on 13/03/2015

The SFR 11m EventStation® inflatable structure is activated as part of the SFR Freestyle Tour’s ‘activity village’ providing an instant branded shelter c/o French partner Eyes Up.


Google Android Inflatable Structures

Published on 27/02/2015

The bespoke Android Structures create huge impact and focal point at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2nd-5th March 2015 c/o experiential agency Brand Fuel.


Events Industry Will Use More Technology

Published on 10/02/2015

Those working in the industry are likely to embrace event technology more than ever in the future, despite being wary of the high costs involved, the C&IT website reports.