Datapath is a leader in the video market, providing video capture cards, graphics cards and other forms of digital solutions for video walls.
Following the merge of two brands; Clarity Travel Management and Portman Travel, we were tasked with creating a 10x8m custom build exhibition stand for The Business Travel Show at Olympia, London.
Texecom is Europe’s largest independent security alarm specialist providing bespoke design solutions that protect people and property. They approached us looking for an exhibition stand to promote their brand, promote existing products and launch a new user home security APP.
Looking to create 7 custom build exhibition stands to showcase a number of their brands at The Printwear and Promotion Show 2017, Ralawise purchased a whopping 270m2 of stand space (more than any other exhibitor in this highly competitive sector) and approached us for the design, production and installation.
Toyo Tires were looking to create an eye-catching custom build exhibition stand for Autosport International 2017, Europe’s largest motorsport exhibition. The client’s aim was to present the brand as a motorsport tyre supplier and also to raise the company profile within the industry.
We approached Eurostar offering services for a custom build exhibition stand for the Business Travel Show in London 2016.
With a stand space of 20sqm, Eurostar wanted to launch their new fleet of trains to the premium travel market and enhance their brand as a competitor to airline travel to European capitals.
Story Events asked us to create the branding for The London Summer Event Show. The event is an ‘award-winning exhibition featuring the industry’s best event venue and suppliers’. Running over two days, the event is held at Banking Hall in central London and showcases inspiration for not only summer, but for the entire events calendar.
AMV Live were looking to create an eye-catching laser light spectacle on the London skyline for client, Samsung. The event involved projecting 16 lasers from beside Tower Bridge, across the Thames and up to the 42nd floor of the Leadenhall Building where motorised mirrors reflected the colour back down the beam, creating soft light.