HOW DO you connect a technology brand with creative communities? By creating content which pushes the imagination and brings to life what is possible when they use G-Technology. Our campaign reached 36,686,608 through media such as The Guardian, Time Out, BuzzFeed and London Evening Standard.
A TECHNOLOGICAL FIRST brought the magic of panto to children and their parents Great Ormond Street hospital. As campaigns go, it doesn’t come much better - every target was smashed, our client was ecstatic but, more importantly, it put smiles on the faces of some amazing families.
WHEN TECH21 wanted to generate review coverage and engagement with key tech media for the launch of their latest range of cases, we had to come up with something quite different. So we set the Pinata challenge.
TO MARK a Year to Go until the start of the 2014 Ryder Cup, a specially commissioned steam train took VIPs, celebrities, politicians and over 90 journalists directly to Gleneagles from Edinburgh. Made in Scotland in 1927 – the same year as the first Ryder Cup. We hosted over 35 live interviews onboard the train itself, culminating in a global press conference at Gleneagles.
WHAT MAKES you smile? Fresh bedding? Finding money? A warm cookie? To drive awareness of the Double Tree by Hilton’s warm and caring hospitality we undertook the ‘Happiness Index’ generating over 50 pieces of media coverage. Now that’s something to smile about.
TO SHOWCASE BA as the travellers airline of choice from Europe to the U.S. we provided a range of virtual reality experiences in iconic U.S. destinations with the help of Oculus Rift headsets and Nicole Scherzinger.
WHEN CAMPO VIEJO wanted to bring a taste of colour to their third year of presenting the Streets of Spain festival, we created the world’s first Soundcsape with multi-award winning composer and synesthete Nick Ryan.