Air Asia’s owner Tony Fernandes was to visit the Airbus site in Broughton to sign a historic multibillion dollar deal to buy over 100 Airbus Aircraft. Prime Minister David Cameron was also visiting the Broughton site to take a Q&A session from employees and so the events were combined to create more publicity around the day.
Liquid Media were tasked with creating an area where the signing ceremony was to take place, organise Malaysian cuisine for Tony Fernandes and his staff as well as creating an area in the factory for David Cameron to take an in the round questions and answers session. All of this had to be organised in a time frame of 5 days.
Liquid Media created a stylish area where Tony Fernandes and Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier sat to sign the historic deal. A well known Malaysian chef was sourced to provide high end food for Tony Fernandes and an “in the round” theatre was built in the factory for David Cameron to talk to employees.
A high profile event that attracted lots of international press coverage. Tony Fernandes commented on how good the Malaysian food was and the Prime Minister’s office commented on how well Liquid Media had staged the Q&A session in the round.