Pitch@Palace is an event held by HRH The Duke of York twice a year to gather together a selection of inspiring entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas to a select audience of mentors, funders and leading business individuals. Previously this event and a number of others initiated by the Duke were seen to be disparate and disconnected. These have now been brought inline and are all offered up under the umbrella brand of The Prince Andrew Charity Trust (PACT). Each borrows from the same family brand style whilst introducing its own bespoke personality appropriate to its audience.
Event branding includes:
...and even branded biscuits
Silicon Valley firm WANdisco launched a thought leadership campaign focused on the future business opportunities of Big Data for the UK.
The launch event hosted in London at Level 39 included branded displays plus a 48 page report. This presentation was further replicated in California and New York with bespoke US versions of the report created.
In addition, a taxi advertising campaign was orchestrated to coincide with the event in both London and New York.
M4 Tower Advertising
iDEA is a digital enterprise award scheme realised by HRH The Duke of York and Nominet Trust. Entrants are welcomed from 16-25 year olds with a flair for all things digital and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Over a five year period, the scheme aims to support more than one million young people to pursue their own ideas, develop their digital skills and get to grips with the reality of business.
Tech Nation is published annually to detail the national growth of digital clusters across the UK. It brings together extensive data via a printed report and interactive online guide.
Tech London Advocates is an unrivalled collection of tech leaders, experts and investors uniting to form the most influential independent, private sector group in London.
More than 2,100 Advocates champion, connect and support London’s technology sector.
The second edition of Growth Britannia was launched at the Seven Hills annual summit hosted at Bloomberg, London. This extensive report was compiled over a year convening some of the leading voices from business and has been received with high regard.
Growth Britannia was launched at the Seven Hills inaugural flagship event at Bloomberg, London in May 2014. This 88 page report was compiled over a year convening some of the leading voices from business and beyond to debate these issues, examining how Britain can capitalise on its entrepreneurial renaissance to produce more world-beating companies; how it can transition from start-up to scale-up.
SUMMIT: The Future of Growth – Seven Hills’ launched its inaugural flagship gathering of business leaders, legislators and educators on 16 May 2014 at Bloomberg, London.
Tech City UK published a 48 page report to promote and illustrate the Future Fifty programme which helps to accelerate the growth of a selected group of exciting, growth-stage UK-based digital companies.
Tech Nation is an interactive data project that demonstrates the growth of digital clusters across the UK. It brings together extensive data via a report and interactive online guide.
Promotional guide created to help startup businesses learn about the practicalities of running a successful home-based business. This brochure combines a mix of case studies, expert views and check lists to bring together a useful collection of information.
Corporate brochure produced for Mishcon de Reya aimed at businesses facing explosive growth. The content includes contributions from recognised industry leaders and internal team members. The style of the brochure was led by a bespoke illustration commissioned to capture the essence of "The Leap".
Quill are a content creation agency specialising in helping businesses at the penultimate point of the purchase journey, to take consumers from browsing to basket.
Alan Burkitt is a leading light in the West End performing as "Jerry Travers" in the production of Top Hat The Musical. Following his successful London run in the award-winning show he has subsequently toured the UK and Japan.
His triple threat talents of acting, song and dance have brought him notoriety in the field of choreography and performance.
Formed in 1993, DKA originally employed six people but has grown to nearly 40 over the last 15 years. To keep pace with the progress of their architectural practice and to reflect its development and growth we were appointed to implement a rebrand of DKA, formerly known as David Kent Architects. This included a visual audit of their previous collateral and a review of their methods of communication. The new brand styling was launched both internally and externally to ensure clarity of the message.
Visit www.dka.co.uk for further information.
Over a number of years, we have built up a strong working relationship with English Heritage, overseeing, creating and styling a variety of campaigns and marketing strategies. These have included areas such as Education, Corporate, Membership, Event Promotion and promoting their range of Holiday Cottages.
In particular, we have helped to identify and create a defined image and brand structure for the Education department. Working within the limitations of the corporate brand guidelines, we built a distinct look and feel that could be adopted by them alone. In addition, we provided them with a suite of marketing material that included: ‘Heritage Learning’ – a regular magazine aimed at teachers, regional property guides, national advertising, exhibitions, marketing literature and poster packs.
We have also been responsible for the on-going branding and marketing of their annual flagship event ‘The Festival of History’, their full suite of membership marketing material, not to mention numerous exhibitions, corporate literature and book designs.
Start Smart is a grassroots healthy eating project tackling childhood nutrition and putting the fun back into food. The Start Smart Week pilot campaign was successfully launched in Leicester in May 2014.
Your Life was launched as a three-year campaign to ensure school children have the maths and science skills needed to succeed in future tech-based careers.
The launch campaign included a 20 page report plus event branding, t-shirts, stickers, pledge cards and competition collateral that was distributed in schools nationwide.
Music Teacher is one of Rhinegold’s premium magazines aimed at the entire education establishment. Working closely with the editor and marketing team defined a fresh brand personality for the relaunch issue reasserting its position within the marketplace. All aspects of the structure, tone of voice, communication and style elements were considered. The initial launch was followed with monthly art direction to ensure the magazine evolved progressively.
The Make A Difference Trust brings together the British Entertainment community and its audiences to raise funds to support people living with HIV and AIDS, and those in the entertainment industry facing hardship as a result of a long-term medical condition.
In order to raise funds for the causes they support they stage a number of key events throughout the year. We approached them on a voluntary basis to act as design and brand consultants with a view to bringing their events under one unified brand positioning whilst maintaining the unique personality of each one.
We are extremely proud to be recognised as part of the team who together most definitely make a difference.
Rhinegold is one of the leading UK publishers for music and the performing arts. The brief was to create a design for their annual catalogue to promote and market their extensive range of publications and magazines. To identify and highlight key sales features, new season spreads, author biographies, promotional features and cross-sell links. Resulting in a document with a stronger marketing appeal and easy navigation whilst promoting Rhinegold as a leader in their field.
Selection of diverse brandmarks