Thinktastic managing director Mike Stevenson chaired a debate between leading politicians and educationalists and challenged Scottish schools to produce a new generation of creative and compassionate young people on Wednesday 18th August 2010 at the Scottish Parliament building.
700 locals lapped up the Livingston sunshine and were keen to try out the exciting range of activities available – from dancing and circus skills to football and kick boxing.
...some of the big ideas generated by townsfolk, aged from 3 years to 79 years, at a Thinktastic led event to launch a campaign to get people in Armadale to “Do More and Drink Less”.
Music, arts workshops, cycling and go-karting accompanied the launch of TACT (the UK’s largest fostering and adoption charity) in Scotland. Thinktastic was responsible for the creative work leading up to the launch.
Thinktastic has been signed up to produce material for MatchPoint; Scotland’s leading corporate hospitality provider.
Thinktastic is cooking a storm in Glasgow as requests for our creative workshops and stirring presentations come in thick and fast from the west.
Mike Stevenson, Thinktastic’s Managing Director, will chair a debate at the Festival of Politics on 18 August.
The villages of Addiewell/Loganlea throbbed to the sounds of Brazilian samba music as young and old took to the streets and gardens with placards and balloons – the message was clear “Let’s Listen to Our Children” and Do More : Drink Less.
The Royal Botanical Gardens is a Scottish inspiration with a global fan club – from Kylie Minogue to Keira Knightley the garden draws millions of people each year. That’s why we are so thrilled to be asked to revamp the presentation of its membership scheme and more besides.
Thinktastic was behind the EIS advertising campaign, which appeared in all leading Scottish newspapers in the run-up to the recent general election.
The request came while on a train to London and it took Mike only a millisecond to agree to appear on Nicky Campbell’s Big Questions on BBC1.
Once again the agency’s superb record of community investment is recognised with award of the prestigious Community Mark. We will join the links the likes of Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Barclays. ProceWaterhouseCoopers, Sky, Marks & Spencer, Cadbury and Heineken for a network event in London on 13 May.
Thinktastic’s partnership with the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo last summer was a real boon to the agency’s growing reputation in, and beyond, Scotland. Great news is that this imaginative partnership was also recognised by Arts & Business Scotland with an investment under the New Arts Sponsorship Grants.
More than fifty students and alumni turned up on Saturday 13, March for a highly charged day of discussion, music, games and art. The purpose – to establish a clear picture of what the graduate attributes for the 21st century should be – in the words of students.
Thinktastic is the ideal agency for any organisation working with children. That’s the view of TACT ( www.tactcare.org.uk ) the UK’s leading fostering and adoption agency which has appointed Thinktastics as partners for their Scottish promotions.
Thinktastic is about challenging organisations and individuals to step out the comfort zone and to see and create new opportunities in this ever changing world. Mike Stevenson who spearheads the Thinktastic message is more in demand than ever for his speaking talents.
Thinktastic’s creatives have been hard at work for two important Scottish organisations. A campaign for the Educational Institute for Scotland with a call to action aimed at Scottish and UK Governments to maintain investment in education through this economic downturn.
A major one-day event and a groundbreaking report – that is the exciting project Thinktastic is charged with.
Thinktastic loves to see organisations driven by ambition and keen to stretch themselves. That’s why Thinktastic is so delighted to be asked to run a session at the launch of a major management development programme for National Galleries of Scotland this month.
It’s a project Thinktastic’s creative team loves, yet their job in this instance is simply to put the finishing touches.
What will the ideal 21st Century graduate be like? Farsighted Edinburgh Napier University (already in the UK’s top ten for graduates into employment) wants to move even further up the rankings in the UK and beyond.
Thinktastic kicked off 2010 with a campaign for the Educational Institute for Scotland with a clear call to action to policy makers in the Scottish and UK Governments to maintain investment in education through this economic downturn.
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