We have worked with Andrew Noddings on a number of projects over the last few years, and have been delighted with both the work ethic and the finished results. Andrew listens very carefully to our requirements and comes up with a very comprehensive and well thought-out plan. Everything we asked for was delivered within our timescales and we were impressed with Andrew’s efficiency. We would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending Andrew to others.
Jotun - Line Bornick-Sorhaug
Divisional Manager, Marketing Communications - Jotun Powder Coatings
Hewlett Packard produced their first ever consumer shows in the UK in 2002 which included the "Small but Beautiful" road show that toured 10 cities and towns in the UK. HP Spy Academy was developed for the Stuff Live Exhibition in Earls Court, London where an integrated campaign was delivered.
This included stand design & build, pre-event and on-stand collateral, website development, and advertising and sponsorship collateral, among others. An interactive computer game (Spy Academy) was also developed to showcase the brand experience and tied in with a competition.This event received the "Most Effective Event" award beating competition from the likes of Epson, Vodafone, Sony and Panasonic.