Monday, 23 December 2013

ThinkWall Review of 2013

It's been a great year for us here at ThinkWall - almost a paw-fect year in fact.
And we hope this is just the start of good things to come for us.



But as I sit here, slurping the last of my office Christmas dinner, trying to forget the shameless antics I got up to last night at the work's Christmas do (what do you mean you took pictures?), I am reflecting back on our busy past 12 months.

It's been a year in which we've placed ThinkWalls across the globe, as far afield as San Francisco, Singapore and London's Docklands. Oh yes, have ThinkWall, will travel.

I hope to travel more next year too, assuming I can find where I put my Pet Passport.

But until then, here's a selection of highlights from the ThinkWall World Tour 2013.

GMIC in San Francisco - ThinkWall went to Silicon Valley for its largest mobile conference.

BlackBerry Z10 launch in Singapore - the new handset from BlackBerry generated lots of buzz, and we were there to capture it.

Trevor Live in Los Angeles - this thought-provoking conference is run by The Trevor Project, which works to provide crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth in America.

Oracle Day in Germany - Designed to look at the changing face of technology, there was no questioning the usefulness of ThinkWall from the showfloor.

Red Head Convention in Ireland - This was one of our more unusual events. A gathering of red-headed folk from around the world all there in Cork. And our ThinkWall was well read too.

World Travel & Tourism Council Global Summit in Abu Dhabi - This influential event is packed with leaders the thinkers from the travel industry. And their tweets were on our ThinkWall.

And three events from London…

SalonQP Fine Watch Exhibition at Saatchi Gallery - a totally inspiring event showing the extraordinary amount of engineering that goes into watchmaking.

The CA Expo at The Mermaid - where Professor Brian Cox was the keynote speaker. Lots of tweets quoting his speech, detailing brand new scientific findings.

BETT at ExCeL - the show was packed with all manner of technological advances for the classroom. Maybe someday ThinkWall will be in the classroom too...

Well, that's about it from me for 2013. Time for a nap. All that is left to say is we wish you plenty of fun over the festivities but remember my key bit of advice this Christmas and New Year... never, ever, drink and tweet!