2Heads lands Rolls-Royce and Airbus contracts

Brand experience agency 2Heads wins four multi-year contracts, including Rolls-Royce and Airbus.

Agency 2Heads has won four significant multi-year contracts.

For Rolls-Royce, it will be producing its Global Exhibitions Design and Management Services programme for three years. 

Olivier Vallee, managing director at 2Heads, said: "We’re over the moon to be working with Rolls-Royce on their brand experiences across the next few years. Creativity and collaboration is at the heart of what we do and we’re delighted to bring our concepts to life with them."

Airbus has contracted 2Heads to produce HAI Heliexpo, the largest helicopter show in the world, the third contract awarded to 2Heads by Airbus this year.

The third win is Sony at MIPCOM. 2Heads have been working for Sony in their media, TV and film sector for the last ten years, delivering projects on Cannes beach and now in South Africa. 

Finally, Grass Valley, which has appointed 2Heads after a competitive tender to deliver their multi-show programme, with the mandate of creating the right broadcast industry environment at IBC Amsterdam.

A record year

Pepe Parra, chairman and owner of 2Heads expects the new contracts to be part of a big year for the agency. "We are on course for another record year, with revenue growth expected to hit 40%," said Parra.

"Our clients have engaged with us on multi-year contracts for services that demonstrate their appetite to connect long-term with us, to benefit from consistency, transparency and cost savings. Which includes the implementation of efficient multi-currency processes, to help our customers extend their budgets and limit risk in fluctuations.

"Now, more so then ever before, companies need meaning behind the ways they engage with their audiences. We put a lot of importance in understanding our client’s objectives, their brand, products and services and business challenges. It’s not just about creating great looking experiences, they need to be relevant and deliver real business results."

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