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By News Desk
7 October 2011

Media and entertainment company Pivot Entertainment has released a trading update for the three months to September 30th 2011, which shows strong performance from its fascia display operations.

Pivot's work in the display field in this quarter included signage for the Harry Potter world premieres in Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square in London, the Christmas signage for Boots's flagship branch in Oxford Circus, also in London, and the new Gap flagship store in Rome.

Jeremy Barbera, chief executive of Pivot, says he is 'pleased' by the company's growing client base.
 

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