With Leicester City FC the surprise package of the English Premier League Football Season 2015/16, Paddy Power were keen to deliver a live experiential marketing campaign that would celebrate the team’s title win and celebrate members of the public who were fortunate enough win big by betting on the winning team at the start of the season.
Paddy Power approached us looking to create some theatre around their stores for the 2017 Grand National; a huge annual betting event with an estimated 1⁄4 of the UK population chancing their luck and placing a bet. This popular event takes place over 3 days and is attended by over 150,000 racegoers and watched live on television and online by millions.
We approached Eurostar offering services for a custom build exhibition stand for the Business Travel Show in London 2016.
With a stand space of 20sqm, Eurostar wanted to launch their new fleet of trains to the premium travel market and enhance their brand as a competitor to airline travel to European capitals.
Story Events asked us to create the branding for The London Summer Event Show. The event is an ‘award-winning exhibition featuring the industry’s best event venue and suppliers’. Running over two days, the event is held at Banking Hall in central London and showcases inspiration for not only summer, but for the entire events calendar.
Working with creative marketing and events agency White Label, we were tasked with creating a unique street exhibition.
As part of a ground-breaking programme of free events throughout September 2017, Croydon’s award-winning RISEgallery was delivering ‘Warhol Croydon’, a tribute to the life and work of Andy Warhol, one of the biggest names in 20th century art.
Media agency Talon approached us looking to install large format window graphics at Benetton’s flagship store in London’s busy Regent Street.
AMV Live were looking to create an eye-catching laser light spectacle on the London skyline for client, Samsung. The event involved projecting 16 lasers from beside Tower Bridge, across the Thames and up to the 42nd floor of the Leadenhall Building where motorised mirrors reflected the colour back down the beam, creating soft light.