Archive of: magic

  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    17th Oct 2018

    Lego – helping us question our approach to safety.

    No one can disagree on the goodwill and brand awareness that Lego has developed since its creation nearly 70 years ago. But what can this teach us about safety? Let’s explore some thoughts.

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  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    26th Jul 2018

    Re-energise Your Team

    A number of clients have recently been bringing us in to help energise their team after a challenging few years in the Aberdeen marketplace.

    Here are some of our thoughts on energising your team.

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  • Ivor Smith

    by Ivor Smith

    3rd Jul 2018

    Branded Magic - Our Magic, Your Message

    This, our latest service was launched earlier this year. Branded Magic allows us to combine your message with our magic. We create tantalising illusions that help people understand more about your products, services, values and brand awareness. Already a number of companies have used this new service as a way of connecting with current and potential clients. It’s ideal for client nights, product launches, office openings, exhibitions, in fact any event where you want to project your company brand and key messages.

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  • Ivor Smith

    by Ivor Smith

    24th Jul 2017

    Your Wedding – How To Make Sure It’s The Most Magical Day of Your Life

    With the average wedding now costing over £25,000, how can you make sure you include the magical ingredients that will make your wedding stand out from the rest?

    Read on to find out how to make sure you’re wedding is magical for you and your guests.

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  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    2nd Jun 2017

    Britain’s Got Talent but Fifth Dimension gave them 4 X’s

    We often get asked why we aren’t on Britain’s Got Talent and the answer is that we could have been but have actually turned them down – not once but 4 times. Find out why.

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  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    1st Mar 2017

    It’s good to talk

    In 1989 BT introduced ‘Beattie” to the UK public using the talented comedienne Maureen Lipman. The catch phrase for her matriarchal character was ‘It’s good to talk’.

    This approach remains a key tool that leaders can use to assess whether their safety culture is improving or not. Go out to where your people are working and ask them, talk with them. And if you genuinely care about what they think, they will tell you!

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  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    7th Feb 2017

    Safety - “Within 15 seconds you had everyone’s attention!”

    This was a comment from an engineering site worker who experienced our magically enhanced safety presentation recently. It made me reflect though on how important it is to engage everyone as early as possible.

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  • Jeff Burns

    by Jeff Burns

    30th Nov 2016

    When safety becomes BORING!

    We have attended thousands of safety meetings where the body language of the people coming in clearly indicates they don’t want to be there and that they have more important things to be doing. But it doesn’t have to be like that.

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  • Ivor Smith

    by Ivor Smith

    6th Jul 2016

    Unbelievable feedback

    We were delighted to receive the following feedback from a member of the audience at one of our recent performances of our new show – Unbelievable.

    Unbelievable feedback

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  • Ivor Smith

    by Ivor Smith

    17th Mar 2016

    Top Tips for Exhibition Success

    No other medium brings you face to face contact with your market like an exhibition does.

    So once you’ve got your stand booked you now have an ideal opportunity to promote your products, services and company values. You can build and develop relationships with new and existing clients, educate visitors to your stand, demonstrate products and services and generate quality leads.

    Here are a few fast facts to help you maximise your company’s impact at an exhibition.

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