For well over 6 years, we’ve working with big brands and independent businesses to develop unique creative experiences to engaging directly with customers, clients, bloggers, industry professionals, staff and beyond!
This time of the year is the perfect excuse embrace the festive season and organise an exciting interactive event to bring customers, clients and colleagues together in the spirit of the season. From small team socials to multi-location event experiences, a team of 10 or a call-centre of 1000, we’re here to help one and all have a crafty Christmas!
If you are hoping to add some handmade festive cheer to your work space, Christmas event experiences this year, below are just a handful of case studies of Christmas craft parties and immersive festive event activations we’ve arranged in the past.
Google - Team Treat
UK & Ireland
As a thank you for the hard work of their staff launching the Google Pixel phone in 2016 and then the Pixel II in 2017, we worked alongside Google to host drop in craft stations at 6 major call centres across the UK and ROI. A fun festive treat for everyone to step away from their desks and do something different.
B&Q - In Store Family Fun
To get customers in the Christmas spirt, we developed a series of unique festive makes for families to get stuck into whilst shopping in store at 10 B&Q sites in the run up to Christmas. From making a robin bird feeder to fun pom pom pudding decorations and personalised baubles too.
Acacia - Team Building
As a festive treat for the team at Acacia Cottages HQ in Chew Magna, we delivered a fun stocking customisation team building activity. A great activity to bond the small team of seven, break the ice amongst colleagues and get everyone into the festive mood too!
o2 - Gift wRAPPING
We were brought on board to teach the o2 Angels across 14 locations in three days how to perfect their present wrapping skills ahead of the festive season. Developing a gift wrapping course tailored to compliment the o2 brand, with outcomes the o2 angels could take forward to show other colleagues how to replicate their skills. Bows galore!