events

With over 15 years experience in the corporate events market we have a strong sense on what 'works' and a commitment to deliver you an event that is relevant, appropriate and inclusive.

We've delivered corporate events and team building events in New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Mexico, Morocco, France, Scotland, Brazil, USA, England, Samoa, Vietnam, Vanuatu and Hong Kong.

OneNineFive can bring to life your vision for your next company event whether it is a staff & partners event, client function, product launch, staff party, conference, awards night or christmas function.

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Case Study: Ecoya

When Australasia's leading fragrance house Ecoya was planning their annual conference, they knew that they needed to engage their team in a style that was aligned with their core values.

Ecoya's vision blends luxury and all-natural. They believe in a world where fragrance turns moments into memories.

Our first task was to source a venue that celebrated the vision of Ecoya. We decided on Millbrook Resort, located in Queenstown, New Zealand. The venue was stunning, surrounded by beautiful mountains, botanicals and with gorgeous accommodation.

Working with the CEO, we shaped the programme for the 3 day event, ensuring the agenda achieved the business goals as well as a social and team-building goals.

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Case Study: Gerard Roofs

To fully understand the features and benefits of a product, you need to interact with it.

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When leading New Zealand Roofing company Gerard Roofs had an innovative product to launch to the market, they knew that to get the 'cut-through'.  Product launches in the construction industry are typically too heavy on words, and as often stated, "go on for far too long".

OneNineFive designed  'The Top Tech™ Challenge' - an experiential launch event that would be delivered to a number of different groups over a 5 day period in Christchurch, NZ.

When it came to the delivery of the experience we knew that to really understand the features and benefits of the product attendees had to 'do it themselves'.  After all, we all learn better by doing.