Exhibitions

Top Night Plymouth

These bright and targeted displays convey the message of how to have a fun night out as a young person while staying safe at the same time.

Plymouth Chamber of Commerce

As part of the re-launch of all Plymouth Chamber’s communications material, we re-designed its ‘pull-up’ banners to reflect the new look and feel of the brand, designed to position the city as the place to do business.

New Continental Hotel

We created this professional and simplistic design to help catch the eye of potential customers. It was important to us that they promoted and advertised the hotel as the biggest independent hotel in Plymouth. They achieved this by having the main focus of the banner as a longshot image of the hotel.

The Arundell Arms Hotel

We adapted its usual client model for this Hotel because of its dramatically different target markets. We created two separate banners; one purely for attracting fisherman and the other to attract weddings and other services. However both banners draw your eye towards them and are easy to read.

Hannah's

We created 5 separate banners for the company which could be presented separately or as one complete collection which you can see in the image above.

solicitors exchange

This bold and eye catching 3m display offered the company several options for their display. The banner could be split into five pieces which could be presented together or separately depending on the client’s needs.

Easi-Change

Vertical+ and Easi-Change collaborated to create the largest display Vertical+ had ever made standing at 6m x 2.5m.  The re-branding involved metaphoric images to show progress and change and to show the heart of the brand.

Bovey Castle

Vertical+ ensured that when re branding the Bovey Castle hotel that the displays were as professional and as successful as the 5 star hotel. So Vertical+ ensured they showed all of the sellable points in their marketing campaign while keeping it simplistic and professional at the same time.

Think Independence

Vertical+ ensured that Think Independence’s exhibition at the national Naidex Exhibition stood out and was as professional and as futuristic as possible.  This was to ensure that people looked at the company as the way forward in helping people live more independently.