In partnership with Borkowski Arts and Ents and My Clever Agency, Borkowski.do turned the Michael Forever tribute concert from a contentious nonentity into a major cultural event
Borkowski.do publicised and positioned a top-level launch event for new musical ‘Exposure,’ creating noise around their unprecedented partnership with Getty Images.
For four mornings and several evenings in July Borkowski client London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT) sent seven hot air balloons soaring across the capital
Borkowski.do managed a social media campaign, U.S. media relations and the controversy surrounding Keith Allen’s highly talked about documentary.
Borkowski amplified a controversial ad campaign for Adelaide, South Australia and sparked debate and talkability around Adelaide by using tactical publicity.
Borkowski took a cult icon from Japan and re-launched the new design focused Cube to the British market.
Borkowski has developed the aspirational brand personality of Lower Mill Estate, the premier vacation estate, developing the conversation around ecology, architecture and community.
Having managed the PR for WOMAD in 2009 to great success, the task for 2010 was to consolidate and build on the festival’s media profile.
Borkowski targeted broad 30-70 active and family audiences by uniting two iconic British institutions, Churchill and pantomime
Sony briefed Borkowski to develop a campaign for four BRAVIA televisions that would take them away from the technology pages and onto the news agenda.
Borkowski advised Cadbury to engage with social media to start a revolution to Bring Back Wispa, having identified a small but active movement on popular networking sites.