About our partners
Founded in 1995 in San Jose, Califormnia, eBay Inc. is a global commerce leader. Collectively, it connects millions of buyers and sellers around the world in a circular economy where buyers and sellers can trade, giving new life and value to used items. By 2020, eBay aims to create $2.5 billion in positive economic impact, avoiding 2.5 million tonnes of carbon emissions through people selling preowned items on eBay.
eBay asked us to make a film that highlighted their CSR credentials, by promoting and explaining the Circular Economy to the wider eBay community. They wanted us to illustrate how, from inception, eBay has been contributing to the creation of a less linear model of consumption and is founded on the very principles of a circular economy. We had to show how eBay connects people around the world and gives each sold item renewed life and value.
Our film introduces the concept of the ‘circular economy’, how it works, what part eBay plays, and the positive impact this has on the world we live in. Rather than owning items and then discarding them, users are shown trading with one another to give items a new lease of life. In just 2 minutes a tight script, interesting characters and simple animation helps engage the audience and inspire them to make a choice to be more sustainable.
EEF asked us to create an explainer film that challenged misconceptions about the UK manufacturing industry, while also calling on the UK public to discuss and submit ideas about how to boost the sector even further.
We made two films for sports psychologist Damian Hughes and Pan Macmillan for Damian’s new book The Barcelona Way. In the book, Damian reveals the key principles that have defined FC Barcelona’s success showing how the DNA of a winning team can be successfully applied to any working environment, with dramatic results.
Lion Capital brands, customers and employees come alive in this film to explore what happens when investment science meets brand artistry.
From its inception, eBay has been contributing to the creation of a less linear model of consumption, the circular economy.
In an age of ‘casino banking’ and irresponsible lending, it's never been more important to return to a system of mutual trust. CSBA believe in rebuilding customer-owned, local banking for Britain.
We worked with expert facilitator Tim LeLean to turn a list of workshop bullet points into something fun, fascinating and memorable.
A collection of illustrations for a book and a series of presentations - the challenge being to create something that works in both English and German.
In ‘Changes to Computer Thinking’, Stephen Fry takes us on a rollercoaster ride from the invention of the abacus, through to modern cloud computing.
Are you a slave to data, or are you the ruler of your digital empire?
How can companies keep up with the constantly changing legal landscape of international laws and regulations?