Game-Changing Campaigns

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Announcement, December 2019

Samuel Maskell, Marketing Manager

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Heading into a new decade is a great time to reflect on the path we have taken to get to where we are today. With Limited Space going into its 17th year of operation, we have had plenty to celebrate including a number of game-changing campaigns and some award-winning work along the way.

2006 – Scissor Sisters

Our first ever Adlift campaign: the format provided the ideal medium to marry the new album artwork an audience primed to still make physical music purchases in a retail space.

The success of the campaign cemented our belief in the format as a building block for exposure-focused campaigns and helped shape the portfolio which now stands at over 500 panels across the UK.


2007 – The Simpsons Movie

In 2007, we created what has now evolved into our Panoramic format with a unique execution that saw The Simpsons Movie take over the back of the lift shaft in West Quay, Southampton.

Using classic branding across the base banner of the site and characters on the back of each lift moving up and down between levels, created an impactful campaign that set the scene for future activations.


2010 – Oreo

Our Panoramic campaign for Oreo demonstrated the outstanding effect classic branding can have when matched with the perfect platform. Oreo biscuits were showcased on the back of lifts that ‘dunked’ into a glass of milk displayed across the bottom lift shaft hoarding as the lift moved down.


2011 – Radox

Innovative printing techniques allowed us to deliver a unique Adlift campaign for Radox. The brand promoted their, Spa range by using scented vinyl lift interiors to fully immerse consumers.


2012 – Citizen (Bluewater Showcase)

In 2012, we launched our new showcase digital network of high definition LCD screens complete with full audio, artwork wrap and a unique display window. Citizen was our launch advertiser, running with dynamic digital content alongside a physical display of watches inside the built-in window.

Marc Jacobs 'Dot' - 3D Suspended Media

Oreo - Moving Panoramic

Paco Rabanne - Ceiling Banner

Virgin Media - Classic Media Breakouts

Volvic 'Juiced' - Orbit Interaction

Citizen - Connected Media

The Simpsons Movie - Moving Panoramic

Universal 'Despicable Me 3' - Orbit Rotation

LEGO Star Wars - Orbit Interaction

Mirror Mirror - Mirrored Vinyl

Radox - Scented Lift Interiors

Scissor Sisters - The first national Adlift campaign

Clinique - Orbit + Sampling

Citizen Watches - Orbit

2012 Mirror Mirror

STUDIOCANAL employed special production techniques effectively for their campaign for Mirror Mirror. Mirrored vinyl applied to our Adlift format, created an instantly engaging experience for consumers.


2012 - Marc Jacobs Dot

In 2012, we worked with Coty to drive awareness of their latest fragrance, ‘Dot’ by Marc Jacobs, and distinguish it from other fragrance brands present in retail destinations at the time.

We imagined an alternative to the existing hanging banner advertising opportunity and delivered a giant hanging perfume bottle, a perfect replica of the ‘Dot’ bottle, that captured visitors’ attention and delivered significant stature.


2013 – Volvic

An award-winning activation for Danone saw consumers challenged to take on an interactive game, promoting Volvic ‘Juiced’. Using our ground-based Orbit screens, visitors were challenged to squash falling apples by splatting them on-screen. Winners were presented with prizes as well as samples handed out by on-site brand ambassadors.


2014 – Citizen Connected Media

Our award-winning ‘Connected Media’ campaign for Citizen Watches created an unmissable presence for the brand in the weeks prior to Christmas 2014.

Citizen Watches’ creative was present on multiple touchpoints including lift doors, digital screens, a unique atrium banner installed between two levels of the centre, brand ambassadors and WiFi ads. The final innovation came in the form of touchscreens installed next to the lift call buttons that enabled consumers to enter an exclusive competition.


2017 – Despicable Me 3

Universal made the most of our brand new rotating Orbit screens to promote their new Despicable Me 3 film. Running both landscape and portrait copies of the film trailer complete with sound, the campaign showcased bespoke animations during the rotational periods that saw Gru battling with his minions for screen time.


2017 – PUIG

When PUIG were looking for the ultimate cut-through format in the build-up to the battle for top Christmas fragrance, we worked with our property partners, Hammerson, to deliver a unique solution.

Taking space on the underside of the ceiling in Bullring, Birmingham, we positioned Paco Rabanne’s ‘Millions’ directly above the major pedestrian thoroughfare outside stores such as Debenhams, with the largest piece of advertising ever installed in a UK retail destination.


2018 – Clinique

Using our ground-based screens as a digital backdrop for experiential activity, Clinique created a direct touchpoint with their consumers in the wider retail setting before guiding them in-store to explore their new ‘Beyond Perfecting’ range further. With brand ambassadors on-site to hand out sample pots, consumers were directed to their nearest Clinique counter in order to have a skin match sample made up for them to take away and try.

Engagement levels soared: in total, across two three-day periods, over 6,000 sample pots were handed out to members of the public, an average of 1,000 pots per day.
In fact, the campaign was so successful that Clinique booked a repeat activation for their ‘Even Better’ skincare range.


2018 – LEGO Star Wars

Looking to inspire kids through amazing experiences and creative play, LEGO approached us to create an engaging interactive campaign, just in time for the cinema release of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Taking advantage of our Orbit Ownership format, LEGO invitesd visitors to ‘Master the Force’ in a campaign which incorporated gesture sensor technology, enabling passers-by to choose a side and start building spaceships using on-screen LEGO bricks.

With activations running in both Bluewater Shopping Centre and intu Metrocentre, LEGO encouraged deeper levels of engagement by inviting participants to ‘take a photo with the crew’ creating the opportunity for social sharing.

In total, the campaign saw 2,797 interactions (where someone had chosen a side) across the week, with 5,594 minutes of gameplay. This constitutes 68% of the total time that both shopping centres were open, a great testament to the popular appeal of the campaign.


2019 – Virgin Media

With a new ‘Un-limiting’ product to promote, Virgin Media were looking for platforms that could go beyond the usual advertising media boundaries. Our classic portfolio provided the ideal solution, enabling extended break outs to be added to both our Adlift and Banner formats, taking the visual appeal beyond the standard allowance and creating an entirely new campaign effect.


WRITTEN BY:


Samuel Maskell
Marketing Manager

Overseeing the Marketing department, Samuel is responsible for progressing the Limited Space brand, maximising company exposure and developing strategies that successfully bring new products to market. Avid Tottenham Hotspur supporter, aspiring world traveller and author of uncomfortable autobiographical profiles.


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