One Big Idea is a creative and production agency for media brands. Their requirement is to enhance engagement, generate leads and increase revenues. OBI's solution is to create meaningful conversations by tapping into human emotions to meet and exceed these requirements.
We do this by getting under the skin of our clients’ brand proposition and bringing it to life through:
• intriguing desk-drops and branded gifts
• experiential events
• interactive trade-show activations
• bespoke solutions as required.
OUR APPROACH IS BIG IDEA LED AND BRAND INFORMED
MEET THE TEAM
David has worked in a wide range of commercial organisations, but the special buzz of working with a talented and committed team, generating ideas that make a real difference to clients businesses is what gets him out of bed in the mornings.
Jacqui is a great deliverer of ideas, Her ‘can do’ approach and tenacity means she makes the impossible happen for clients. Never one to take no for an answer, however she always answers yes
to a G & T!
Marc’s Big Ideas consistently hit the nail on the head, ensuring great ideas achieve their commercial objectives whilst guaranteeing clients leave meetings with a big smile on their faces.
Bod is a serial media entrepreneur, what he doesn’t know about direct response tv voting and engagement technology is probably not worth knowing- If you’re in media and don’t know Bod you really should!
HEAD OF WELLBEING
Johnnie takes Marc for a quick walk when he is in need of inspiration, solace or a quick drink in his local.
Enya is a highly contemporary designer with a sweet spot for cakes, well, she happens to be a renowned illustrator of some of the finest wedding cakes ever baked.
Al’s role is to deliver and manage some of our most creative experiential event experiences, never a simple task, but nothing ladders, pliers, rolls of gaffer tape
and a ‘can do approach’
can’t sort out.
Cathy is the queen of data management and company systems, in truth she expertly manages some of the work that creatively minded people really don’t want to do- thankfully Cathy loves it.