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Specialty Risks office wall

Earlier this year we helped one of our start-up clients from 2016 with the next stage in their brand evolution by creating a history wall for their new office that could grow over time to include new wins and new team members. more

Illuminating Christchurch Gardens

After a tender process earlier this year we were commissioned by Victoria BID to join the project team working on the regeneration of Christchurch Gardens. more

Let’s #BounceBackBetter

The retail, hospitality and leisure sectors currently hang by a thread. Reimposing a national lockdown brought many businesses to their knees, but falling back into a tiered system may very well prove to be their final nail in the coffin. more


Responsive reporting for Croydon BID

We have been working with Croydon BID for a number of years on brand evolution and producing most of their marketing and promotional materials. We also design their corporate reporting documents, including their Annual Report, for the purpose of distributing financial accounts and raising the profile of their many achievements during the year. more

EFPIA: Explaining medicine through social media

We were given their brand guidelines and a clear brief of the key facts and insights that they wanted to share with their varied audiences across social media, plus a tight timeframe to deliver the assets. Having already learned so much with our work for ABPI, and with no requirement to film and integrate talking… more

VR and Drones – creating videos for JAGS’ Open Day

With the school closed for the first lockdown, and leavers not having the opportunity to celebrate their last days together, we were initially asked to create a leavers’ video for them. During this work, we also discussed the longer-term issues of Open Days and that the school had very little digital material to show off… more


Living in a world of worry – our new website for the Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll

We have designed and built a complex, interactive website which is a key focal point at the core of the launch of the The Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll. The World Risk Poll, conducted by Gallup as part of its World Poll, is the first global study of worry and risk across the world. more

Visualising AI’s impact on the UK economy

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been all the rave in the world of tech for some time now. This truly revolutionary and disruptive technology is transforming today’s society by impacting virtually every sector of the economy, bringing with it a significant opportunity for UK business, and this has only accelerated since the impact of COVID-19. more

Helping to advance the progress of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Having worked with ABPI, The Crick, EDIS, Lloyd’s Register Foundation and many other companies alike, tothepoint has a wealth of experience in demystifying science in the Science & Technology sector. more


Advance Charity website launch – helping women and children break free from domestic abuse

This month we are proud to announce the launch of our new website created for Advance Charity. In these difficult times during the weeks since we helped produce Advance’s annual report it has become apparent that domestic abuse is on the rise due to the nationwide lockdown. Advance are on the front line supporting those who need urgent help. The new website is timed to coincide with the launch of their fundraising campaign ’I am with her’. more

Helping to #Raisethebar

Our client Matthew Sims, CEO of Croydon BID, and Andrew Taylor of Cocktail Pub Company, had been looking at how to help retail and hospitality in these difficult times and have successfully built and launched the #RaiseTheBar campaign. more

April Roundup

This month has been the most challenging in our 29 years in business. We had a smooth transition to WFM in March but with so many projects delayed, like many we had to learn fast about Furlough, make tough decisions about who would go on it and meanwhile, adapt to all the different video technologies. We are operating with a core team of staff and continuing to win and deliver branding and digital projects. Our furlough team are now past their 3 week minimum, so full services can resume when required. We’ve got some exciting projects that are keeping us busy and because we need music while we work you’ll find Joe’s new playlist in our roundup, plus our guide to the conferencing tech we’ve used, and a couple of interesting posts from our MD. more