Determined to provide our clients with the expertise needed to thrive in the noisy 21st century, we’re thrilled to announce the backing of experiential start-up Hyperactive. Led by the former Managing Partner and Head of Experiential at Havas SE Cake, Andrew Casher, its mission statement is to create “brand experiences that can’t be ignored”.
Hyperactive will see Fold7 Founder/CCO Ryan Newey and CEO Marc Nohr taking director roles. A familiar face at the Fold, Andrew met Ryan in his music days when he was marketing manager at Ministry of Sound, a previous Fold7 client. Eurostar and Tag Heur are amongst the start-up’s launch clients, with Andrew and his team of experiential buffs looking to service stand-alone clients, as well helping to broaden opportunities at Fold7.
“Big ideas are only half the story. It’s what you do with them that counts. At Hyperactive we are all about producing exciting, innovative and uber-creative experiences for our clients, and we structure our ideas to live beyond experiential and into communications channels for increased scale and tangible measurement,” explains Andrew. “Hyperactive will become a key pillar in what we believe clients need to succeed in the 21st century,” adds Ryan.
Before giving birth to Hyperactive, Andrew was a board director at Cake where he ran the experiential team for 6 years, leading experiences for brands including EE, Coca-Cola, Carling, British Airways, Xbox and River Island to name drop a few. He’s even made a few cameos on Rihanna’s Instagram having led a series of events to launch her clothing range for River Island.
Hyperactive will be taking residence in our lovely Farringdon office. Drop us a line if you’d love to pop in and say hello over a cuppa – we’ve got loads of biscuits.