Limeblue design stands for six clients at this year’s PLSA exhibition.

The annual Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) conference and exhibition is a significant event for the Limeblue team where six of our clients exhibited this year.

Held at the Manchester Arena in October, the PLSA 2017 was attended by 1,500 industry professionals. Six out of the eighty stands exhibiting were designed and project managed by Limeblue, offering a combination of eye-catching design that incorporated a variety of interactive activities to engage with visitors and promote the client’s services.

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Limeblue designed six stands at PLSA 2017.

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PLSA 2017

A brand new and imposing stand was designed for long-established client, BlackRock, which included backlit branded panels, a healthy food zone, a welcome seated space and a designated area for the highly popular, immersive mind game.

The impressive design for new client, Cardano boasted complex curves, dynamic seating, two-tone carpet in bright orange and white, and colourful graphic panels that integrated Cardano’s touchscreen digital game. This stand presented a unique interiors feel with an appealing vibrant ambience.

A simple, yet striking stand was designed for existing client, Payden & Rygel. The design elements included vivid graphics on curved panels, a clean and spacious welcome area and a central display wall that hosted the company’s giveaways.

The existing stand design for Franklin Templeton Investments received additional space and furniture, a refresh to its signature living wall, and a bespoke wooden labyrinth game featuring pathways designed to reflect the high and low risks of investments.

New graphics and a simple participant golf game were created for the recently merged Aberdeen Standard Investments promoting its ongoing sponsorship of prestigious golf tournaments

The warm and inviting Pictet stand was designed for PLSA in 2015 and offered a welcoming hospitality area and personalised luggage tags, created with their trade-mark embossing machine.