Millennium Hotels and Resorts are the Official Global Hotel Partner for Chelsea FC and we worked with them to bring the partnership to life for their guests with influencer collaborations, events and competitions.
Some words and accolades from our clients and the press.
Name games aside, we have to hand it to Imperial Leisure, the company that executed a new iPhone-centered advertisement aimed at raising awareness for Jaffa oranges.
We have worked with Imperial Leisure for over 7 years and for good reason. They are consistently helping us come with innovative and creative solutions to help us achieve our objectives across content production, social media, paid social and even retail.
Always enjoyed working with Imperial Leisure. The team are very creative, responsive and supportive with all our needs. We know we can count on them for all of our requirements ranging from global campaign creative development to creating engaging social media content.
They have been extremely accommodating to needs required across the various regions. Requests are always met with a positive attitude and delivered on time.
Millennium Hotels and Resorts
As far as adverts go, this is one of the better ones.
From the off, Imperial Leisure demonstrated a strong strategic approach that understood our business objectives and goals. The nimble team backed this up through innovative, creative execution across all channels.
Your work was incredibly well received and really did a great job of introducing the new pack to our distribution network with maximum impact. Thanks again.
Imperial Leisure have really helped us to challenge the way we market our games. Their work on Tekken 6 dramatically stood out as a highly sophisticated approach to reaching the more mainstream and casual gamer. They are also a lovely bunch of people to work with!
We thought the blogs coverage all really positive and there were some great features on Scuba Libre. We were really impressed by the amount of hits we got on the video!
Imperial Leisure's understanding of social media helped us achieve results with audiences we could not reach before. The campaign helped Green Man lay the foundation steps in evolving a long term marketing strategy that will help us expand our horizons.
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We provide social media marketing strategy services to define what success means for you and formulate the right strategy to find your success.
We create compelling concepts, messages, content, stories and campaigns for your audience.
We run your social media advertising campaigns.
We provide social media management services to grow your community and activate fans into brand advocates.
We offer influencer management to activate campaigns through our network of influencers.
We plan, manage and implement your communications across email, in-app, text and push messages.
We create captivating films featuring live action, animation, motion graphics and 3D.
We create beautiful websites and mobile apps.
We are a creative agency for the social media age. We help remarkable brands across the world stand out from the noise. There's no hocus-pocus to what we do. We formulate the right social media marketing startetgy by asking the right questions. We can then start getting the right data to produce the right social media marketing plan. We believe that’s the best way to embark on the path to success – by eliminating guesswork and understanding what your audience wants.
We started life as a content production company producing films, websites, ads, animations and title sequences. So we really know a thing or two about our craft. As our work gained attention and recognition, we found ourselves with clients who trusted us to offer a more holistic service.
To deliver success, we know that we need to help our clients stand out from the noise. Knowing that we need to stand out from the noise is the easy part – actually helping our clients stand out from the noise is the really hard part. We relentlessly question our work, redo our work, iterate, test and improve. It means blood, sweat, tears and a lot of passion.
We’re proud of our approach. It enables us to work across any media.
We like to think of ourselves as your partner that will support you through thick and thin. When we work together as partners, we not only trust each other, we also push each other to deliver better work that delivers better results. And that’s why our average client relationship is three to four years long.
If you’re an ambitious brand looking for a social media marketing partner that shares your values, we want to hear from you.
Ramblings from contributors and the team.
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