Instaworthy billboards tackle tiredness behind the wheel

    Planning a long journey?


    Scary VR experience highlights danger of Australian bushfires

    Fire kills. All of us know the devastation that fire can leave in its wake, but how many of us have ever experienced the true reality for ourselves?


    A terrifying VR experience spreads fire safety message

    Virtual reality technology has become a major player in the marketing landscape.


    A frightening experience from Road Safety Authority France

    To ensure an experiential marketing campaign stops people in their tracks, a bold and captivating idea that’s executed at the right time, in the right place, is often all that’s needed.


    VR takes children on a journey across the galaxy

    Where’s the furthest you ever travelled to on a school trip? A different city? A new country?


    NYC experiential stunt asks for biggest regrets

    What stands out in your life as your one single biggest regret?


    AIDS Concern’s brand experience challenges perceptions

    Imagine you’re walking down the high street and a hand extends from a coffee van offering you a tasty beverage.


    Experiential campaign encourages dancing for Parkinson’s

    Train stations are usually a flurry of activity, with busy people blindly rushing from A to B.


    First hand from Royal Roads

    Here is an eye-catching stunt from Royal Roads University in British Columbia, which allowed people to talk to a real alumnus in a fun experiential stunt.


    Hope Soap encourages basic hygiene in South Africa

    Before it became a term injected into marketing strategies that encourage engagement through sensory experiences, the word experiential was (and still is) strongly associated with education. 


    Inspired thinking: how to engage a community with a cause

    We think that the link that was created with this campaign is brilliant.  It is a fantastic, well-conceived way to connect a community with cause, benefiting both.


    Getting people talking with guerrilla marketing

    Rather than making decisions about the city’s transport system from behind closed doors, the city of Antwerp wanted to gather as many suggestions as possibly from the people.