What we do

Live event communication

Organising or sponsoring a conference, or other live event, is an expensive and time-consuming process, whether you are targeting customers or employees.

Finding creative ways to generate content from your event can add an extra dimension and extend the value long after your delegates have gone home.

We often cover conferences, to enable clients to be free to concentrate on the event itself while we absorb the information to deliver insightful copy.


EY asked us to capture the essence of the talks and workshops at CODE_n, the start-up event it sponsors at CeBIT, Europe’s largest technology conference.

The theme of the Hanover event was the Internet of Things (IoT), and a range of senior EY figures spoke about the implications for business – from cybersecurity to the omni-channel consumer. For four days Jill Hopper kept notes of their speeches, interviewed participants and canvassed delegates’ opinions.

She produced an extensive series of blogs, tweets, case studies and news stories that distilled EY’s thinking on IoT, which is a crucial area for its large corporate clients.

Stephan Kuester, EY’s Director, Brand, Marketing and Communications, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, said:

“Jill delivered a stellar performance in covering the complex and multidimensional world of tech. We were all delighted with her work and are busying ourselves seeking out a full range of channels to leverage her great insights and material.”