Innovation. It’s what drives us, defines us and excites us daily. The way it enhances our lives, advances our thinking and enables us to deliver better solutions to our clients. So it’s hardly surprising it underpins everything we do, from our industry-leading innovation events to our office décor.

A celebrity physicist, world-renowned retail consultant and Facebook entrepreneur walk into a room of 300 global brands.

No joke. That was the case at this year’s ITG LIVE event, which brought together Professor Brian Cox, Mary Portas and Randi Zuckerberg to deliver keynote speeches on how emerging technology will change lives through social interaction, high street retail and social media.


Innovation events

We believe great ideas come in all forms. Big ones. Original ones. Unexpected ones. It’s why every year we organise large-scale innovation events for both existing and potential clients that provide a unique opportunity to showcase first-hand how technology can be used to optimise marketing operations and challenge convention.


The innovation room

For further proof that we live and breathe original thinking at every turn, just head to our dedicated Retail Innovations Centre at our Birmingham HQ. This interactive resource is used to showcase the latest in cutting-edge experiential technology and can be completely tailored to specific clients by our in-house specialists.

“We always get a huge amount of interaction and excitement around our Innovation Room tours and roadshows. It’s why we’re tripling its size and filling it with a mixture of exciting prototypes and future tech that you won’t see anywhere else.”

Andy Ward

Robotics, AI and the future

Virtual reality, holograms, sentiment recognition. Forget science fiction, innovations such as these are now driving all areas of marketing delivery, from automation to customer engagement. Our Innovations team are always on hand to share these latest technological advancements and unearth inventive new ways to enhance campaign delivery and boost ROI.

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