An Eventful year!


Wow! 2016 has been a fantastic year for us at The Jade Studio.

It’s been silly busy from day one, but we have celebrated working on some fantastic projects and some massive client wins.

Early in the year we were asked to now provide season-long matchday creative for Wasps RFC, along with ‘Speakeasy’, the Ricoh Arena’s Christmas parties theming.

The close football season was crazy too, as our work for Premier League Champions Leicester City led to us designing and installing 126 metres of retail signage for two Kasabian stadium gigs, and then replacing it all with new signage for the start of the season.

The University of Warwick have become a major client to us with us producing many sub-brands and brochures for a host of departments, and work has already begun on the 2018 Under Graduate Prospectus, one of their largest and most prestigious publications of the year, which we are very proud to have been awarded.

We completed a UK-wide healthy eating campaign for Danone which involved numerous conference calls to France and London meetings (no meetings across the channel unfortunately) and saw us provide a pack that included a host of brochures, leaflets, cards, posters and stickers to every primary school in the country.

One of our proudest moments of the year however, was being commissioned to create a new identity for Coventry’s UK City of Culture Bid which, as our hometown, we fully support.

On top of that we have got bigger too with the addition of Chris and Kerry to the creative team.

And finally, to sign off 2016 and look towards 2017, we have now launched our sister agency, Eventful Creative – – which is a full-service agency that specialises in the venues and events industry. Eventful was launched off the back of our work for some of the biggest venues in the UK, such as Wembley Stadium, Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, and the Ricoh Arena to name just a few.

We hope that 2016 has been successful for you all too and we look forward to speaking to you soon.

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