Brand activation is all about getting your name out there so that people are aware of and excited about what you’re doing. This means that any kind of brand activation or networking event has to make a good impression and draw in maximum interest, attention and interaction, and this all starts with choosing the right setting.
The grassy equivalent of a blank canvas, Green Space is an open, garden-type venue found between The Green Room restaurant and BFI IMAX. This new hire opportunity provides you with access to the 850 square metres of outdoor space, which sits just 2 minutes from Waterloo station and within view from Waterloo Bridge. This enviable central location will allow for great levels of footfall, and this is good since up to 250 guests can be in attendance at any one time.
Rich Mix is an independent arts venue situated in the heart of trendy Shoreditch, with Shoreditch High Street, Old Street and Liverpool Street stations all within easy reach. Spoiling you for choice, the venue boasts no less than 3 blank canvas spaces and an additional 3 boutique cinema rooms, as well as a handy outdoor area. The experienced in-house events team are more than happy to put together bespoke packages and themed events that are specifically tailored to suit your brand.
Riverside Walkway is an unrivalled outdoor space that puts you right in the hub of the city and all its non-stop action, perfect for drawing in as many passers-by as possible. Being on the edge of the Thames, you can enjoy fantastic views out across the water, with the city’s iconic skyline making for quite the dramatic backdrop. Waterloo Station is just 6 minutes away, ideal for those travelling to the space from further afield.
Gillet Square is another brilliant outdoor space, this time found in the heart of Dalston town centre in the popular area of Hackney, just a short walk from both Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction stations. Live music, theatre performances, screenings, marketing events; this adaptable space can turn its hand to them all, and with it being a thriving night time space and boasting a whopping capacity of 3000, you needn’t worry about being short of attendees.
Pop Brixton is a highly successful project which has seen disused land transformed into creative space that has been utilised by more than 50 start-ups, including street food vendors, restaurants, bars, retail boutiques and even a radio station. Amongst others, spaces on offer here include Pop Box, made from recycled shipping containers; The Dining Room, tucked away for more intimate gatherings; and The Greenhouse, a large covered polytunnel which overlooks the main square.