Experiential Event Capabilities 2014 Look Book


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A look back at some of the most impressive experiential marketing and custom fabrication projects executed by EPS-Doublet.

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Experiential Event Capabilities 2014 Look Book

  1. 1. wemadethis
  2. 2. info@eps-doublet.com 303.371.1717 2014LOOKBOOK
  3. 3. 3 WEMADETHIS nintendo wii u launch tour multiple locations fabrication and setup/teardown of sound-proof rooms, gaming kiosks, structural and signage elements for multi-city promotional event
  4. 4. It’s So Miami - Pop Up Pool Party new york, ny 6 hour experiential environment including custom fabricated pool deck with 2 pools, dj booth and cabana 4 WEMADETHIS
  5. 5. custom fabricated ‘lizard lounge’ featuring walk-up tiki bar, cabana daybeds, hammocks and product display boxes sobe spring break tour south beach, panama city beach, south padre island 5 WEMADETHIS
  6. 6. sobe spring break lake havasu custom built ‘houseboats’ including wood structure, laser cut graphics and branded decor 6 WEMADETHIS
  7. 7. nintendo super mario 3d land launch times square, new york, ny 7 WEMADETHIS
  8. 8. nintendo super mario 3d land launch times square, new york, ny full service experiential project, including production, fabrication and installation of all staging and 3d components 8 WEMADETHIS
  9. 9. nintendo wii games new york city, los angeles fabrication and setup/teardown of modular kiosks and structures for multi-city promotional event 9 WEMADETHIS
  10. 10. dish on the fly multiple u.s. airports custom woodworking and cabinetry with vinyl graphics for temporary promotional lounges, including installation on same day in multiple locations 10 WEMADETHIS
  11. 11. state farm - celebrate my drive multiple locations custom simulator encasements, kiosks, staging, backdrops and other branded promotional display materials 11 WEMADETHIS
  12. 12. 12 WEMADETHIS sodo shipping container seattle, wa retrofitting and delivery of retired shipping container, including custom lighting for signage and displays, wood flooring, and tempered sliding glass doors
  13. 13. at&t san francisco, ca custom mobile pod “living room” for sweepstakes prize demonstration 13 WEMADETHIS
  14. 14. western union gift spot multiple locations custom pop up mall kiosk with payment counter and interactive display 14 WEMADETHIS
  15. 15. caesarstone pop up color tour new york city, philadelphia, dallas comprehensive event planning and production, including fabrication, vendor management and setup/teardown of multi-city promotional tour 15 WEMADETHIS
  16. 16. caesarstone pop up color tour new york city, philadelphia, dallas comprehensive event planning and production, including fabrication, vendor management and setup/teardown of multi-city promotional tour 16 WEMADETHIS
  17. 17. rtd fastracks denver, co pop-up structure comprised of stretched digitally printed graphic exterior and custom interior buildout for full scale train demo 17 WEMADETHIS
  18. 18. caesarstone 2013 trade show booth new orleans, new york, denver onsite event management and production, including fabrication of innovative “origami” wall, of multi-city trade show campaign 18 WEMADETHIS
  19. 19. operation hydration various locations custom fabricated mobile sampling structure with custom inflatable topper and custom fabricated product receptacles 19 WEMADETHIS
  20. 20. pantech – dew tour various locations custom fabricated wood façade structure surrounding standard insignia tents 20 WEMADETHIS
  21. 21. nintendo 3DS – vans warped tour various locations custom fabricated mobile demo pods with custom graphic wraps and full digital printed insignia tents and custom 3D walls 21 WEMADETHIS
  22. 22. mountain dew kickstart launch tour various locations fleet of 7 customized box trucks with flat screens, sound system, beverage coolers and custom inflatables, all managed by proprietary phone app 22 WEMADETHIS
  23. 23. bic pensonality tour various locations multi-use setup including digitally printed 10x10 insignia tent and walls, flags, a-frames and custom oversized “pen” drawing entry box 23 WEMADETHIS
  24. 24. pom tea various locations multi-use setup including digitally printed 10x10 pop- up tents and walls, table covers and signage 24 WEMADETHIS
  25. 25. various brands various locations pop-up tents | vinyl banners | flags | table drapes a-frames | umbrellas | retractable banner stands 25 WEMADETHIS
  26. 26. layout design | 3d rendering | proofing 26 WEDESIGNEDTHIS
  27. 27. printing: small format digital offset | grand format digital flatbed & roll | traditional screen | dye-sublimation | latex | uv 27 WEPRINTEDTHIS
  28. 28. welding | woodworking | steel | aluminum | laser cutting | routing 28 WEBUILTTHIS
  29. 29. on-site installation | event logistics | transportation | storage 29 WEINSTALLEDTHIS
  30. 30. How many years has your company been in business? 20 years What areas/locations do you currently cover? We primarily work throughout North America, however, we have several European partners that allow us to service clients internationally. Who are some previous clients you have worked with? PROMO 100 agencies representing brands such as Nintendo,AT&T, and Coca-Cola Olympic committees, US Ski and Snowboard Association,Tour de France Brands including Chipotle,Western Union, Skullcandy,Whole Foods andThule Have you worked with experiential agencies in the past? EPS has served the promotional needs of agencies since its inception, and as the experiential marketing field expanded, so too did EPS’ capabilities.Although our history is deeply rooted in the competitive athletic event industry, EPS now does nearly 50% of its annual business with experiential agencies.We have many longstanding partnerships with PROMO 100 and IT List agencies, from LA to NYC, and even a few more overseas. Our resources have been tapped for 8 hour executions in Times Square and multi-city national tours. What services do you provide in house? Large format printing (digital, dye sublimation and screen); cutting, sewing and finishing; metal fabrication including bending and welding; graphic design from 3D conceptual renderings to pre-press; transportation, installation and storage capabilities. Where are your headquarters? We are centrally located in Denver, Colorado, with a single office and manufacturing facility, as well as a secondary storage warehouse less than a mile away. We also have Doublet facilities in Paris, London, and several other European cities. What services do you offer through outsourced vendors? EPS maintains a one-stop-shop philosophy and aims to be solely responsible for the production of any project.There is generally very little that we need to outsource based upon the types of projects we receive. What is your range in pricing based upon previous work? No order is too small, and no idea is too grand. EPS fulfills orders from a few hundred dollars in vinyl banners, to half a million dollars for full-scale, high-profile experiential executions.With every project, it is our goal to make the most of every client’s budget, and our agency parters lean heavily on us to provide them with recommendations on how to do just that, from materials to footprint layout. How do you typically structure/present your proposals to clients? Our RFP responses run the gamut from simple same-day quotations, to full presentations that may include original 3D renderings, inspiration boards, architectural drawings, and pricing breakdowns.All quotes are accompanied by lead time estimations, and are generally turned around in 24-48 hours for standard product or 3-5 days for custom projects. Do you typically work with agencies on RFPs by getting involved early? Absolutely. In fact, it’s how we prefer to work. It enables you to give your client a clear idea of what they’re getting for their money, rather than selling them on an idea that may be impossible within the constrains of their budget. In essence, we become part of your team, and what matters most to us is that your client is satisfied - not whose name is on the work. What production time frame is most ideal for your scope of work? There isn’t one single answer for this question. Five to seven days is average for standard product orders. In some cases we’ll turn out rush orders for banners the same day, while in others we’ll need 4 weeks to custom fabricate an event structure. Basically, if the time- frame you request is feasible, we’ll get it done. What types of metrics and ROI measurements are you able to provide? We are experts in the tangible, and we don’t pretend to do anything else.We don’t provide staffing or social networking, we’re not equipped to measure the results of your events, we simply provide the expertise to design, fabricate and install to your clients exacting specifications.And then we turn over the keys to let you do what you do best:. INCASEYOUWEREWONDERING 30