Sparks Makes the 2018 Event Marketer It List
August 10, 2018
Each year Event Marketer's editors carefully review the credentials of hundreds of experiential agencies across the country to hand pick the 100 shops that represent the kind of best-in-class work and forward thinking that is pushing this industry forward. In this, their 16th year, and with a record-setting number of entries, EM proudly presents the 2018 It List — the industry's only editorial listing of the Top 100 event agencies of the year. Here’s an excerpt from Event Marketer’s It List page.
Sparks 2018 It List introduction
Just when you thought Sparks hit its high score last year, the agency goes from white-hot to supernova… on the heels of big wins (Mars, JPMorganChase, Gilead Pharma), big investments (doubling the L.A. digs and adding a second San Fran office) and the company’s biggest work ever — seriously, did you see that Hey, Google experience at CES? With strategy, creative, fabrication, technology, production and execution all truly under one roof, has cemented its place among the world’s elite global event agencies.
Sparks 2018 It List Case Study of Excellence entry
Campaign: Marie Claire The Next Big Thing Concept Shop
Client: Marie Claire
Marie Claire magazine partners with Mastercard to launch The Next Big Thing Concept Shop, a first-to-market, hands-on retail pop-up experience. The shop, open to the public from September 23–October 12, 2017, brings to life the latest innovations in fashion, beauty, entertainment, technology, and wellness. Located at 120 Wooster Street in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, the Marie Claire Next Big Thing Concept Shop offers consumers the opportunity to experience a new way to shop, powered by Mastercard technology.
Check out the Sparks Marie Claire The Next Big Thing Concept Shop case study complete with amazing photos.
Sparks makes Event Marketer’s Top 100 It List 2014–2018.
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