Innovation Event Series | Endeavour Energy

The challenge:

Endeavour Energy has undertaken numerous initiatives to move their business forward but felt that their successful innovations weren’t well-known to the wider business. They also have a business-wide mandate to embed a culture of innovation across the business, and engaged Paper+Spark to deliver a new event series that would engage, inspire and educate employees from across the business – including field and depot workers, to executives and board – that showcased its ongoing commitment to innovation, its work to date in this area and encouraged innovative thinking practices by all.

The Solution:

Paper and Spark conducted three events across three locations over four days which helped inform, educate, and inspire employees around EE’s work in the innovation space.

We worked closely with internal stakeholders across the business as well as external vendors to develop all elements, including: event branding; an augmented reality immersive experience for booths; AR and VR booth experiences; Culture of Innovation MC Simon Banks; event branding; audio and visual presentations; booths; and event collateral.

The events showcased and encouraged a culture of innovative and transformative thinking in a way which was educational and demonstrated the outstanding innovation in progress at Endeavour Energy.

The Results:

• More than 700 Endeavour Energy employees attended to learn more about the innovative work being developed and implemented across the business
• Unanimously positive feedback from attendees and client stakeholders
• Design and production of a companion e-book to roll out to attendees and the wider business
• Opportunity to extend the event concept for external stakeholders in the future.

Read more about Endeavour Energy’s Future Forum event series

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