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Thrive Learning

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Thrive Learning

Taylex Group crafted and built an impressive exhibition stand for Thrive Learning at the recent Learning Technologies Exhibition held over two days at the London ExCeL.

As Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology supporting workplace learning, the exhibition attracted over 10,000 attendees from 50 different countries, along with 200 seminars and over 200 international exhibitors. Thrive aimed to create a standout presence to capture attention in this vibrant environment.

Thrive is a unique platform that integrates learning, skills, and communication, facilitating faster and more collaborative upskilling of individuals. They sought to showcase their products and introduce their new AI technology – Thrive Ai – an enhanced version of their original Thrive platform designed to enhance learning effectiveness, speed up skill development, and provide instant answers.

Thrive Learning - learning technologies 2024 - Taylex Group
Thrive Learning - learning technologies 2024 - Taylex Group

What we did

The stand incorporated a striking LED Wall and multiple screens to highlight their products at illuminated learning stations. A key attraction was the Cocktail Lounge, featuring neon signage at the entrance, a live DJ performing from a giant boombox which Thrive brought to the show, illuminated trees, and complimentary cocktails! Additionally, Thrive hosted presentations throughout the show, offering valuable insights to visitors. Attendees also enjoyed interactive elements such as a pick and mix station and a basketball game, offering opportunities to win exciting prizes.

Taylex Group look forward to supporting Thrive Learning again in the future, further enhancing their presence at industry events. If you’re interested in how we can help elevate your exhibitions or events, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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