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How to plan for a successful exhibition

A trade or consumer show is a hub of activity where you can meet customers, buyers, and a whole host of interested parties. To maximise the opportunity and get a good return on the time and money investment, make sure to plan effectively and put a strategy in place. Design your space to stand out…

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Call us Cupid…

Single? Taken? Swiping on the regular? It’s Valentine’s day and here at Highjam we’ve got the run down on some of the best, weirdest and most romantic events, pop ups and campaigns happening this week. ‘Tis the season for speed dating! Starting with fast food restaurant chain Leon, who are offering an evening of wining…

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Street Team Marketing

Planning an effective street team campaign that delivers strong return on investment can be challenging, but if done well can increase product sales and/or footfall to stores. Highjam have recently worked with brands such as POD Food, Urban Fruit, Alive! Vitamins and cosmetics brand 3INA, implementing street teams to raise their brands profile and ultimately…

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Use experienced Exhibition and Event Staff to boost ROI

In order to maximise your brands exposure at an event or an exhibition, it is crucial you have the correct representation. Your success at the show depends on the people at your stand interacting with the public. For this reason, you might consider using specialist trained promotional staff who have proven knowledge generating footfall, communicating…

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How to activate a successful instore sampling campaign

Many of our clients are FMCG brands who retail in grocery stores. We regularly activate in-store sampling campaigns and promotions for them to drive trial, incremental sales and long term brand loyalty. Having completed over a thousand in-store activations over the years we want to share our key tips for activating a successful in-store project…

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Experiential and social – a match made in heaven

Today’s digital era has enabled consumers to easily access information and share content, amplifying their views on people, products and brands, to anyone that will listen. This increase in consumer power has put consumer-focused products and consumer engagement on brands’ radar. Consumer engagement can be achieved offline through activities such as live brand experiences, festival…

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5 London Pop Ups and Immersive Events you need to visit

  Goosebumps Alive Immersive Theatre Experience If you were a 90’s kid, you’ll no doubt remember the spooky ‘Goosebumps’ series by R.L.Stine. Well, now you’re an adult you’ll be pleased to hear the series is back to scare you lifeless once again…with added swearing, and significantly more booze! ‘Goosebumps Alive’ is an immersive theatre experience…

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3 Experiential Marketing Campaigns you need to know about

Experiential Marketing has been dubbed by many as one of the most successful way of establishing brands and creating excitement around new product launches. Increasingly, we have seen the term being thrown around alongside buzz words such as ‘brand activation’ and ‘live brand experience’. But ultimately the idea at the core of these terms, and…

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3 Easy Steps to Street Sampling Success

There really is no better way to influence consumers than putting your product in their hand, allowing them to feel, smell or taste it and leave them wanting more. Increasingly, brands are harnessing the power of sampling to generate interest in a product launch or reach new customers. But product sampling can be tricky to…

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Music Festivals on our radar for 2016…

2016 looks to be another great year for the UK music festival scene. But which one to go to with so much choice? Every year we plan festival tours for our clients, taking the time to recommend the right ones for their brand. With activations ranging from festival food trucks and festival sampling to fully…

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