Highlights of Experiential Activity in 2023 So Far!

SpaceandPeople has had an exciting start to the year!

Here are a few of our favourite experiential moments in 2023 so far...

We released our very first SpaceandPeople Experiential Trends Report! The report not only looks back at activities we were involved with last year, but also trends we anticipate being at the forefront in 2023! The paper discusses how the experiential industry has emerged from the pandemic. It also delves into what types of activations came back first. An overview of how the industry ramped up throughout the year is also given. The paper looks towards the future as well with key events coming in 2023 also featured. We believe these are essential for brands looking to raise awareness with their target audiences.

Campaign Of The Year Winner!

Our Campaign of the Month award culminated in a public vote to decide who would be crowned as the Campaign of the Year 2022. After a week of intense voting over on our LinkedIn page, Heathrow Express’ Christmas takeover at London Paddington station was the winner!

Experiential Activations at Start of 2023

Since the start of 2023, we have already worked with a wide range of brands to connect them with the most fitting audiences. Bookings have included fashion, food & drink and a variety of entertainment brands! Here are some of the recent standouts:

Experiential Opportunities Throughout 2023

There are multiple events coming in 2023 that we are looking forward to. The most notable in May are the King’s Coronation and Eurovision. In August, Scotland will be hosting the UCI Cycling World Championships! We’re also getting closer to the summer (see some of last year’s activations) which will give us many festival and beach visits!

Of course, if you’re looking forward to the winter festivities, we are already offering bookings for Festive Space at Network Rail stations. These opportunities are sure to make your brand stand out to consumers during the Christmas period.



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