Not all of the enquiries we receive fit into clearly defined boxes, simply requiring a speaker or host to turn up and perform. We are always happy to work with clients to come up with unique concepts/formats to create the most engaging experience possible. Here are a selection of interesting projects we’ve worked on over the last few years to illustrate what we have done. As ever, do get in touch and we’d be happy to discuss your requirements.
Jason Fox and Ollie Ollerton for HP
The SAS Who Dares Wins duo helped HP’s delegates build 30 new wheelchairs for use by ex-service men and women in support of charities Help for Heroes, SSAFA, BEWSA and Walking with the Wounded.
Fresh Thinking Café & Roadshow for Hotpoint
We were delighted to work with event agency, XYZ to help deliver Hotpoint’s Fresh Thinking Roadshow. It included a mobile teaching kitchen touring the UK to teach people how to cut food waste and save money while still creating delicious recipes. Food Economist Jack Williams hosted the
roadshow, sharing innovative food hacks, while Crumble Food took the reins from Jamie Oliver for a day.
Lockdown Dine In
At the start of Lockdown we resolved to put on an event that would lift the industry’s spirits, showcase some talent and show how high production values could be brought to virtual events.
Hosted by Zoe Lyons, the evening saw guests enjoy a three course meal with wine pairings (menus were sent out ahead of the day), with a comedy quiz in between courses. Zoe was joined by a sommelier who talked the audience
through each course, while between courses, a selection of comedians hosted a quiz.
All participants took part from their homes across the country, while guests followed along at home, watching the stream, completing the quiz and tweeting pics and comments as they went.
Dr Holly Branson for Slack.com
Dr Holly Branson divulged her experiences working with her father Sir Richard Branson and their strategies for building a robust and enjoyable company culture and promoting professional purpose and well-being. This was Slack.com’s first customer conference in London and they required
a headline keynote from a major industry leader. Holly was perfectly on brand, and by turning it into a fireside chat, we were really able to get the most out of the session.
Eff Week Conference for the IPA
We helped curate a range of speakers for The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising Effective Week Conference. Highlights included Matt Lucas in conversation with Naga Munchetty; and the Reverend Richard Coles discussed ‘changing cultures’ (Pictured bottom, right).