Zut has created a stylish piece of video content for Nando’s, which shows takeaway packaging being transformed into a spectacular dress. The dress was designed and created by Tara Rimawi, an employee at the South African chain’s Manchester restaurant. The video will be shared online and the dress will go on display at Nando’s Liverpool ONE during the British Style Collective, which is taking place in the city this weekend (7-9 July). View the video here
Continuing with an Olympic theme, we were also tasked with filming the recent visit of the Olympic torch to St Helens. Using a crew of four cameramen who were strategically positioned across the route (including the roof of a local church – sorry Chris!) to capture thousands in the crowd at this exciting event for St Helens Council.
We're thrilled to have won another top business award. The team picked up the award for Best Creative Business at the Merseyside Independent Business Awards, which took place at The Titanic Hotel last night (12 October). Mark Hancock, Director at Zut, said: "The creative sector in Merseyside is going from strength to strength and it’s fantastic to have been recognised in the Best Creative Business category. "We have a great team in place and we are all absolutely thrilled to have picked up another top business award."
Recently we’ve been working with client Knauf Insulation to create a short film following the heroic efforts of a group of cyclists who have been raising money to support The Wirral Hospice St Johns and CRASH (the construction and property industry's charity for homeless people). Their epic route took them via all the UK Knauf Insulation plants from Hartlepool to Cwmbran via St Helens and Queensferry, so far more than £8,000 has been raised. Great work guys – watch the clip below.
Zut has been named as one of the UK’s top corporate video producers in the latest annual survey compiled by leading industry magazine Televisual. Zut made the industry magazine’s ‘Corporate 50’ list following a successful year, which saw the agency deliver a number of high-profile campaigns including Everton Football Club’s latest season ticket campaign and a series of multi-channel campaigns for Betfred and Russell Hobbs. Mark Hancock, Director at Zut, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have been recognised in Televisual magazine’s ‘Corporate 50’. As the most respected publication in the industry, it’s a real honour to be one of only a handful of northern agencies to make this year’s list.”
The team at Zut is celebrating after scooping the prestigious ‘creative impact’ award at this year’s Business Post Regional Business Awards. The agency win was announced during a glitzy awards ceremony, which took place last night (22 June) at Liverpool’s stunning St George’s Hall.
Mark Hancock, Director at Zut, said: “We are thrilled to have been recognised at the Business Post Regional Business Awards. We have a great team and picking up this ‘creative impact’ award is testament to their hard work and dedication.”
The awards, hosted by television presenter Ranvir Sing, are designed to recognise and reward individuals and businesses who have driven production and innovation and contributed to the economic and employment landscape throughout the City Region.
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