Experience Engineers™

We call our promotional people Experience Engineers™, because they are hands-on, energetic and have been recruited and selected against a strict criteria in our training bootcamp sessions which are held in secret and iconic locations. They won’t be working with you unless they have a genuine interest in your message.

Through a mix of careful selection, robust training and prompt payment, we’ve recruited a network of 1,200 energetic Experience Engineers™ working in all major EU cities.

Our Experience Engineers™ Training Program

To become an Experience Engineer™ we recruit talented people who share our vision and aspirations – based around our core philosophy of making tech tangible and creating successful and sustainable places.

We’re unique in investing into our people before they work on your campaign. Each Experience Engineer™ is hand-picked via an immersive bootcamp training programme, where they are trained on role play with consumers, why experiences are so important for brands and a comprehensive overview of current trends, places and products.

Here is a video showing a recent training day held in a secret location in Shoredich and a snapshot of our latest Experience Engineers™ who are available to book for your next event.


What do you like about working with tech products?

I like that Tech is constantly evolving and at such a fast pace. It plays a massive part in everybody’s day to day life and I really enjoy being face to face with people to demonstrate products that benefit their learning and enjoyment.


    What’s your favourite gadget?

    Nothing beats my smartphone. And yes, I'm an Apple man at the moment although the new OnePlus 5 looks really good and it is competitively priced. It’s now not only a device to call, text & stay in touch with your loved ones, we’ve become professional photographers, stock brokers and you can even run a business from the palm of your hand.


      What’s hot right now for you in the tech sector?

      I like to keep up-to-date on all the latest tech products and how they improve our leisure time and help us save time. I’m currently interested in the Bluetooth market and I’m a huge fan of the new wave of wireless Bluetooth headphones. We’ll see what happens with new ways to stream music via the various Bluetooth codecs and MQA.


        What do you like about tech?

        I've loved tech ever since I was a child, when I used to build computers with my dad. I'm always fascinated by how things work, and I'm blown away daily by how tech finds its way in to so many parts of our lives. It's everywhere, and it's amazing!


          Why are tech events so popular at the moment?

          I think that brand experiences are a great way to communicate the benefits of a new product to consumers and revive brands to new audiences. I enjoyed working with Sennheiser previously, a brand well known within the headphone market (I own the HD600s and love them) and with plans to launch new Smart home products.


            What’s your favourite place at the moment and why?

            I live in Leeds and London, but I think that in particular Leeds city centre has improved through intelligent placemaking and town planning in recent years. The Trinity Centre is a hotspot for experiential events for tech brands and it’s becoming the new place to meet and enjoy leisure time.


              What is the most important ingredient in placemaking in your opinion?

              Places are definitely defined by people. The people who greet and welcome you and make the space enjoyable. They can give you information, ideas & inspire you – it’s my job to just make the whole experience memorable.


                What’s your favourite place and why?

                I’m pretty traditional and still believe that the South Bank development on the Thames gets it right. It’s a resilient place that has evolved through the years to remain relevant and has attracted world class businesses and restaurants.


                  What do you like about placemaking activity?

                  I love the way it can revitalise and energise new areas and old areas. This could be a derelict building or warehouse that gets reinvented and brings life to the area such as Hornsey, Hayes and Silvertown. It’s massively improved and lit up the whole area.


                    What do you like about placemaking activity?

                    I love that a place can reinvent itself to become current and be enjoyed by new audiences. I like the new Grand Central Station in Birmingham as is has evolved the retail offering in Birmingham and is a place for experiences rather than just retail. They have a carefully planned content calendar and there is always something to do that is fresh and relevant.


                      What is the best Tech event you have worked at so far?

                      By far my favourite event was EGX. I love gaming and to now be able to play games with technology such as VR & AR you can physically get into the game and actually feel like you are there! It was incredible! I also like the popularity of esports and live gaming events.


                        Why is place so important to you and your career?

                        I love fashion and music and believe that they help make a place popular. I loved working at London Fashion week with the British Fashion Council. It was a collaboration between the British Fashion Council and Google that brought to life the creativity, heritage and craftsmanship of British fashion - they created a new digital educational platform featuring content and stories from top British designers.