Exhibition Deck Design

Attract visitors to your stand with an eye-catching, concise and professionally designed presentation.

Years of Experience

Happy Clients

Investment Funding Won

Our Work

Sales Deck

A deck used to showcase the client’s many years in business, and to promote their unique and successful approach to new clients. Created in PowerPoint.

Investor Pitch Deck

This client was pitching their new and innovative technology for investment. We developed hard-hitting, emotive slide content to educate and win audiences. Created in PowerPoint.

Seminar Sales Deck

As a group seminar sales deck that targeted at a specific customer segment. Created in PowerPoint.

Exhibition Deck Deck Design Process

Step 1

As soon as you have placed your order with Slide Deck, we will contact you to arrange a 30-minute consultation call/skype. This will enable us to establish the objectives of your presentation, and review your audience, ensuring that your information is structured effectively. During this time you are able to ask us any last minute questions before commencement of work.

A folder link will be sent to you where you can upload your brand identity and guidelines if available.

Step 2

Once created, our vision will be shared with you through a storyboard, showing how we plan to present your data. This will include information on the types of charts, infographics or images we plan to use, plus recommendations for any changes to your original structure – if we think it would be of benefit.

The storyboard will be sent to you, followed by a brief call to confirm your approval and sign off to allow design to begin.

Step 3

The slide content is designed and incorporated into your chosen presentation software. Upon completion, the deck is shared for your review/approval.

Step 4

Any edits / amendments requested by you are actioned and then sent back to you for final approval.

Step 5

The final version is sent to you ready for you to pitch.

Our Pricing

Our prices start from £1,170 + VAT for up to 2 minutes long. This includes:

  • Initial Briefing sesssion – so we understand your story and your vision.
  • Content Check – we check you’ve got all the bases covered.
  • Storyboard Creation.
  • Design of slides – in line with your brand, including creative layouts, icons and stock images as required.
  • Data visualisation – creation of infographics, charts and graphs that best present your numbers.
  • Background audio track.
  • Revisions – 3 edit rounds.
  • Timeline – 4-week lead time as standard. Shorter lead times possible, but may be subject to an additional charge. 
  • Script creation and voiceover options can be added for an additional fee.

are processed

in our brains
than text.

Neo Mammalian Studios


B2B Prospects
& customers feel their
sales teams are not
prepared for the
first meeting


On average it
takes an audience
10 mins
before they tune out.
Unless you grab
their attention!

Exhibition Deck Design FAQs

What makes a good exhibition stand?
A good exhibition stand is visually appealing, engaging, and informative. Key elements include an eye-catching design, clear branding, well-organised layout, concise messaging, interactive features, and excellent customer service. A successful stand will attract attention, convey the company’s message effectively, and leave a lasting impression on visitors.


What should an exhibition stand video or presentation include?
An exhibition stand video or presentation should begin with a succinct introduction of the company, its mission, and its offerings. The focus should then shift to a clear and engaging showcase of the products or services, underlining their practical applications and benefits. This display needs to underscore the company’s unique selling proposition, the distinguishing factors that set it apart from its competitors.

To enhance credibility, it’s beneficial to incorporate testimonials or case studies from satisfied customers. Engaging the viewers is critical, and this can be achieved through interactive elements such as quizzes, games, or Q&A sessions. The presentation should always conclude with a compelling call to action, nudging viewers to visit the company’s website, sign up for a newsletter, or schedule a meeting.