The film was premiered at the Be The Business Festival, hosted at RIBA in London in March 2019. Several hundred business leaders were invited to connect with senior leaders and stakeholders from industry and Government including the UK’s Secretary of State for Business Greg Clark and the Chairman of Be the Business Sir Charlie Mayfield.
Through personal and emotional storytelling as well as a powerful narration, the film illustrates how shipping has changed the world – how our homes and our lives have improved through access to goods from all corners of the world – the invisible impact of the shipping container.
A clever, emotional and surprising piece, this film has a real wow factor, and above all, it leaves the audience with a clear understanding of how DP World is helping shape modern life; the future of world trade!
HSBC invested massively in a technology transformation programme for their Global Contact Cetnre business to radically improve the customer experience. It was essential that they got their people to understand why this was so important. Connecting People was designed to build a culture of pride in part of the business that was fragmented before, celebrate how much difference HSBC people can make to customer’s lives, and help them to change too.
NATS wanted a film that would elevate external perceptions beyond simply being at the ‘head of the field’, and be seen a pioneering company leading the way into the future of the industry. Our solution was to create a futuristic, 3D CGI world which brings NATS’ vision to life. Within this visually-stunning environment, our presenter guides the audience through the company’s ambitions, all the while interacting with the world around her. The spectacular visuals are underpinned by an ethereal music score, reinforcing the futuristic, innovative feel of the film.
We aimed to create an exciting and contemporary film that tells Nuveen’s story from the beginning- how they got to where they are and where they aim to go. The end result was a stylish, engaging film that combined library footage, engaging animation, and kinetic typography to clever effect.
As a major UK supermarket and food manufacturer, Morrisons was at the frontline of the pandemic, giving support to millions of people across the UK. Morrisons wanted to use the emotional power of the films to help embed the feeling of pride within the company’s new purpose ‘Making Good Food Affordable for Everyone’ #itsallofourjobs. A highly emotional, music led ‘Thank-you’ film was produced to showcase some of the heartfelt thanks that were spontaneously received from customers, local communities, charities, foodbanks, NHS, farmers, etc.