Consumer and luxury brands projects

Tutorwiz

Tutorwiz is a highly successful online educational programme designed to help school children improve their maths and English — no matter their age or ability.

The Delegate Wranglers

The Delegate Wranglers is the event industry's most engaged community with an impressive membership of over 21,000 worldwide members on their Facebook group.

Serious

The Esquire Cover Club is a new collaborative project between Serious, EFG Private Bank, and Stefano Lugano.

This virtual exhibition was launched as part of the 2020 EFG London Jazz Festival and allows visitors to tour the exhibition and view the beautiful art and design that led UK and US audiences into the developing jazz scene of the 50s and 60s.

QEII Centre

The Queen Elizabeth Centre in Westminster is the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London, offering world-class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events. The venue can accommodate up to 2,500 people and hosts over 400 national and international events each year.


Bremont

Bremont was founded in 2002 by two brothers, Nick and Giles English, who had an ambition to make beautifully crafted pilots' watches of exceptional quality. Bremont watches are hand built in limited numbers and are tested beyond the normal call of duty.

London Flower School

London Flower School offer a wide range of professional and vocational flower courses and workshops to suit all levels of experience.

MyT

MyT is a powerful bookkeeping app aimed at sole traders and micro businesses. It allows them to track expenses and mileage and create client invoices on the go from their phone.

YourDay at Alton Towers

YourDay was a personalised DVD souvenir that combined personal footage of guests in the park and on the rides with stock footage to provide a professionally produced movie. This was a new concept when launched in 2007, so the brief was more than telling people about YourDay as a brand.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile (now EE) had a number of key focus areas at the time we worked with them, namely taking greater ownership of their channels, developing direct routes to market and gaining traction and credibility in the corporate market.