We met the Ellen Macarthur Foundation team as a preferred supplier of Abbey Road Studios, where the Summit was held in 2016. Since then we have forged a great working partnership and are fully invested in delivering great events and experiences together.
This event is centred around the circular economy, which is a completely different approach to economic development, where waste and pollution are designed out, products and materials are kept in use and natural systems are regenerated.
Through a mix of storytelling, conversation, and exhibition, Summit 2018 explored how the digital revolution can make the circular economy a reality. Featuring pioneers that are disrupting the current system from within, our ultimate question is: what are the narratives and practices that will guide the innovators who are reshaping the world around us.
We worked very closely with our client to create a dynamic and engaging environment featuring some forward thinking and ambitious design
This was delivered through ‘Ted Talk’ style presentations interspersed with expo style content, rolling custom VT’s on interesting projection surfaces, and “provocation booths” for informal debates and discussions.
Alongside the live show, we also had a “studio” stage running a separate show ‘A View From The Summit’ with a separate host and guests in the main space for cutaways and interviews in between the main stage presentations. This was all recorded and streamed live by us.
Over 500 people attended the event; from industry experts to invited guests and the general public. The Summit was steamed live worldwide with viewers from over 10 countries globally. The stream received great coverage on social with over 12,000 reach on Facebook and over 2,000 video views.