Joe Manby Limited celebrates reappointment

Andrew Manby, director at Joe Manby Limited

Event services specialist Joe Manby Limited is celebrating its reappointment by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) to provide services to three events across the UK.

Joe Manby Limited will provide integrated event services to the PLSA’s Investment Conference staged at the EICC in March, Local Authority Conference in Gloucestershire in May and the October Annual Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool.

The PLSA is the voice of workplace pensions in the UK – representing 1,300 pension schemes and almost 400 supporting business that look after the pension aspirations of 20 million members.

The three events are part of a national programme which the PLSA runs throughout the year to bring its members up to speed with the latest thinking on pensions and showcase the latest products and services that the industry has to offer. The shows attract leading speakers from the pension, financial and political spheres, as well as more than 3,500 delegates. Joe Manby Limited will provide stand installation, show graphics, electrics, furniture and carpet hire.

Kate Hadley, head of events at the PLSA, said: “We focus on creating highly regarded, first-class events so it is vital that we work with experienced professionals. We find that working with Joe Manby Limited is a pleasure and our exhibitors really appreciate the service they provide to make the events run so smoothly.”

Andrew Manby, director at Joe Manby Limited, said: “We really look forward to working with the PLSA for the second year. Knowing that our services contribute toward such well-regarded industry events is part of what makes our work so worthwhile.”

Joe Manby Limited offers a comprehensive range of event services to organisers and exhibitors at major venues throughout the UK.  It has a growing portfolio and a worldwide customer base.

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