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Ubisoft | 20th Anniversary Party | Los Angeles

Ubisoft wanted to create a stunning after show party at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles to celebrate their 20th anniversary, so they quickly turned to Enigma and asked us to create a standout event in one of the world’s party capitals...

After intensive research Enigma selected Geisha House, a swinging funky hotspot. Next we created a selection of fantastic cuisine & Ubisoft-themed cocktails for the event.

A wild posse of top LA DJs spun tunes into the early hours, alongside live entertainment from bands and unique soloists - all top artists catering for a range of musical tastes.

Branded gifts & party accessories complemented the entertainment, which culminated in the cutting of a ten foot anniversary cake followed by an amazing laser lightshow.

Dancing is hungry work! So, on the way out, guests had the choice of a series of walkthrough burger canteens & takeaway food stalls before being spirited away in complimentary transport to hotels all over the city.

The buzz at the party was so strong that it was still creating great feedback the next day, with massively positive feedback from Ubisoft employees and guests. 

Indesit | UK Product Showcases, London

Are You Experienced?

Indesit (the umbrella for the Hotpoint, Indesit, Cannon and Creda white goods brands) were launching 'Experience', a new Hotpoint built-in range, as well as a totally new range of Indesit built-in. They wanted a two-day event to reach key industry players - and Enigma to deliver an 'Experience' that really hit home.

We created end-to-end impact across ‘Experiences’ ranging from sleek invitations, Armani-style staffing and a contemporary art feel, with mood lighting, back-lit glass and projections. Meanwhile very high-tech products were displayed with sculptural fixings floating on sandblasted glass pedestals.

Transport was arranged on a vintage London bus for the largely out-of-town delegates, as well as a short tour of highlights. Dining in a cool contemporary Cuban restaurant and accommodation in the Cumberland Hotel reflected the high-end experiential feel of the event and rounded off the evening.

Sheringham Shoal Wind Farm | Opening Ceremony | Norfolk, UK

The official opening of Sheringham Shoal Wind Farm signifies one of the most important developments in renewable energy. Containing 88 individual turbines and located within the UK North Sea coastal region, it will provide enough energy to power over 200,000 homes.

The project was jointly funded by Statoil and Statkraft (through Scira Offshore Energy) and represents an important strategic relationship with Norway for future energy projects.

Enigma organised this historic event - following an aerial tour, helicopters landed at the prestigious Holkham Hall venue where key industry representatives, ministers and royalty joined 100 guests for a special opening ceremony & conference.

Attendees included His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Petroleum & Energy Minister Ola Morten Boe, Industry Minister Trond Giske & Statoil CEO Helge Lund. Accompanied by UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, Edward Davey.

An interesting stage show involving specially selected acts was also provided as part of the entertainment. The VIP guests also met with local students, an important section of the community who will directly benefit from this landmark development.

Statoil | GSB Town Hall Conference | Riverbank Park Plaza | London, UK

Statoil’s Global Strategy & Business Development unit (GSB) is relatively new. Headed up by visionary Executive Vice-President John Knight the unit is responsible for executing new business activities, mergers and acquisitions worldwide.

Enigma's brief was to deliver an event to engage and motivate, providing a forum for honest dialogue between senior management & staff. The challenge? To create the best ‘Town Hall’ event in Statoil’s history.

Kicking off the event was a sumptuous gala dinner for 160 global delegates, the backdrop offered panoramic views of the River Thames, Houses of Parliament and Tate Britain.

Hosted by the BBC’s Kirsty Young, the event format featured panel discussions and individual ‘interviews’. To encourage audience participation each delegate was given a handheld device, effortlessly communicating audience comments, questions and polling.

Impromptu votes were taken throughout, as well as a master vote on the keynote presentations with results collated in real time. To conclude, John Knight set out a number of key promises that he would implement and was met with rapturous applause.

The final “vote” was a unanimous majority - everyone agreed that this was the most successful, most interactive and best organised event to date.

Statoil | 40 Years Anniversary Celebration | London, UK | Royal Opera House

2012 represents Statoil’s 40th Anniversary - the Global Strategy Business unit (GSB) had developed plans for a world-wide series of events to celebrate this remarkable milestone. With a party planned for all of Statoil’s employees how could we truly mark the occasion?

We shortlisted several exceptional venues but the Royal Opera House really captured the atmosphere of the event. Available only ten times a year, this incredibly exclusive landmark building in the heart of London’s Covent Garden proved to be the perfect venue.

Tastefully decorated with a stunning lighting package, amazing sound system and large stage set, the party host was Sky News’ Hayley McQueen and featured live performances from Excite’s 10-piece band, extending their set due to high level of demand.

A stunning video produced specifically for these celebrations preceded a short presentation from Statoil’s Senior Vice President, Kjetil Johnsen and were both greeted with loud cheers, applause and popping corks!

With sumptuous food service by the award winning “Company of Cooks” the celebratory atmosphere lasted many hours, with glasses raised to another iconic Statoil year.

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