For Thomson Reuters, we created a fresh, new world-wide recruitment campaign centered on the theme, “Put Your Knowledge in Motion.” Juxtaposing dramatic photos from the Reuters image library with images of actual employees, the campaign highlights how the diverse, global nature of the client’s business offers the potential for “careers without boundaries.”
Thomson Reuters asked us to help them take their global brand to the streets. The design challenge: adapt their brand to a fleet of more than 50 London taxicabs. Deadline was tight, so we put the pedal to the metal and worked over the weekend to deliver a design solution that really moves people. Look for these distinctive "branding vehicles" on your next trip to London!
Creating signage for Thomson Reuters in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum seems simple, yet the complexity of the geographic location and the crowded business field of other sponsors make it a challenge. We provided the solution through a simple but strong headline and using an image from the Reuters library to support the message. The banners were displayed outside of buildings in the village of Davos for this high profile event.
With over 58,000 trade visitors from 130 countries coming to learn about products and services spanning the fresh produce value chain, Sensitech needed to make a strong presence in Berlin at Fruit Logistica. The Challenge: Attracting visitors and educating them on the farm to market supply chain of services that Sensitech offers. The Solution: Taking the visitor through the entire process by having them enter into a shipping container with interactive and guided presentations of each step—all the way to exiting through a market setting. Click on the image for more views.
Fruit Logistica is the leading international meeting place of the fresh produce trade. It represents a presence of top international exhibitors and is an excellent place for making worldwide business contacts. Sensitech needed a space that would stand out in the crowd and put our their message of global service. We created an Exhibit space to showcase not only their products, but their global presence and customer service as well. The space was a combination of function and design— but most of all it solidified their brand and messaging to the global marketplace.
Sensitech needed a new trade show presence that would capture attention, while communicating the company's continuum of cold chain monitoring and management solutions to its target audience. With an emphasis on it's global reach of expertise and services, we created this new brand for all of their trade show marketing.
East End House needed a series of portable, stand-up banners to use at various educational and community events. We used a compelling photo for each one followed by copy that informs the viewer of services they provide to their clients. Standing close to 9 feet tall, these are an impressive set of banners that can't be missed.
To make a splash at their biggest trade show of the year, Thomson CompuMark asked us to develop a timeline graphic beginning in 1910 to the present to represent the beginnings of their company, their merge with the largest trademark company in Europe and their prominence in the industry today. Our innovative booth design features actual collateral from throughout the company's history—beginning in the 1910s—mounted in Plexiglass frames. This added dimension helped Thomson CompuMark really stand out in the crowd.