First Network Conference Leads the Way

First Network were at London’s historic venue 'The Brewery' yesterday,  delivering a Leadership Conference for a Global Investment Bank.

With its cavernous open spaces, The Brewery provides the ideal venue to host such a large delegation. Over 950 people were seated in the main room and all content was broadcast to relay rooms within the venue for the benefit of overflow guests.

Our team built a customised stage set which housed front projected twin screens. Plasma relay screens were placed at the back of the room in order to ensure that every delegate got the full impact of the addresses.

We are enormously proud of the positive feedback we received on the day and look forward to working together again in the near future.


First Network Delivers Global Wealth Symposium in Zurich

We were in Zurich this week, delivering a Wealth Symposium for a major global asset management company. The venue was the stunning Dolder Grand Hotel, a wonderful place to start the festive season. The setting was truly magical with striking views of both the city of Zurich, the lake and the Alps.


Facebook GROW Offsite

We were so proud to have been a part of this stunning offsite meeting for Facebook at the Soho Farmhouse last week. The two-day event brought colleagues together away from the office for a series of conferences, activities and fine dining. The latest addition to the Soho House group, The Farmhouse is a boutique hotel and private members club set in 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside. We couldn't imagine a more perfect venue for this event, whose theme was 'Grow'.


Lighting up the Tower

We were on special assignment this week lighting up The Tower of London with images of wounded soldiers.

The idea was to raise awareness of the plight of wounded war veterans, as part of Haigh Housing Trust’s ‘Coming Home’ Campaign which provides severely wounded soldiers with specially adapted housing.

The images, taken by photographer Rankin, were projected at 30 metres high on the huge moat wall and flanked by high brightness gobos.

Scott Yarrington, 30, was photographed on his prosthetic legs and was displayed alongside James Davies, 40, who was awarded the Military Cross for bravery in Afghanistan.

Carol Vorderman, switched on the display in her role as Group Captain and Ambassador for the RAF Air Cadets and said ‘I felt so privileged to have been asked. It was a very beautiful and moving exhibition’

The week-long event culminated in a fundraising evening, For Queen and Country, to mark the charity’s centenary.

We really enjoyed being a part of this fantastic event. Do pop down and take a look if you’re in the area. Projections run until tomorrow.