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Exhibition News April 2014
April 2014

Bluewater offers naming rights for new events space
posted on: 16/5/2011 08:47:27
bluewater sponsorship rights

Global property group Lend Lease will offer an exclusive naming rights opportunity for its new events venue at the Bluewater retail and leisure destination.
 
Bluewater’s new 5,200sqm events venue, which is due to open later this year, will span two floors and feature a VIP gallery space. Lend Lease is working with sponsorship consultancy Generate to find an appropriate partnership.
 
“We feel the range of options within the Naming Rights Partnership presents an innovative opportunity for the right brand to be associated with this new events venue,” said head of commercial partnerships at Lend Lease Simon Donaldson.
 
Exhibition News revealed the new events space at Bluewater received its first bookings back in February. The retail venue attracts around 500,000 visitors a week.
 
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