Our WorkIf you do not advertise,you fossilise.
We have worked with some exciting clients from all different sectors, some of which are shown here. We are proud of our work past and present.
Many of our clients have been with us for a long time.
We know it’s because we deliver.
This solution started with a challenge. ‘Create a standout placement that can genuinely excite’We took the brief further and created a media first. Using the great photography (the highland cow is called Morag by the way) we used our knowledge of what the breath of cows in pastures looks like on an early Summer mornings. Working with the media owner we found a way of producing realistic looking breath that would surprise the passersby at this high footfall location.When we fully integrated our efforts with the P.R. campaign Morag gained exposure far beyond the immediate resident population.
For Glasgow City Council Fostering campaign we created a digitally led campaign with 3 key elements to deliver:
Whilst standing out in a crowded market place.
Using a touch sensory/ interactive ad unit ticked all the boxes
This delivered the opportunity for real stand out whilst providing tracking and lead generation. Integrating this innovative product with more traditional digital formats and social media, we developed a highly engaging, impactful, campaign.
Christmas is always the most important date on the calendar for Shopping Centres. It was no exception for the Telford Shopping Centre. Marketing, creative & media approach were all about modernising, refreshing, surprising and
A fresh new approach to Christmas.
From 2000 to 2016 we represented Highland Spring mineralwater. In that time we payed a significant role in their growth and created many media firsts. This video shows that journey.
Spiritmedia have been at the forefront of a number of ‘media firsts’ and pride themselves on bringing innovation to the table for clients. Most recently we developed a ‘speed trigger’ campaign utilising DOOH for Chill Factor e (the largest indoor ski centre in the UK) whereby the artwork changed depending on the speed of traffic. There were 3 pieces of artwork in total:
Above 15 MPH