Eat was commissioned by Linn Japan last year to revamp their Japan marketing centered on a new website. Established in 1972, this exceptional Scottish audio company enjoys a growing fan base. Describing themselves (modestly) as making the best music systems in the world, they have been technological leaders from the outset and are now setting the standard for lossless digital streaming. With their online presence now inline with their global branding and an expanded user experience, they are looking forward to a strong 2015. The Japanese office has just created a coffee table book on the brand, it’s products and its history. It’s available from Amazon here and significantly cheaper than the products themselves. Even better, we have three copies to give away. Just email us with your address and we’ll send them out to the first mails we receive.


On the basis that you can never have too much of a good thing – we will be running an additional workshop as part of our Esin project. This time in Sapporo, it lasts four-days – from March 1-4 and is titled ‘Memory is the Medium’. You should be able to catch the last of the snow! Visit the Esin site for full information on all the workshops and events. You can also catch up with the Esin team on Wednesday January 28th at SuperDeluxe where Steve Baker will be presenting at their monthly PechaKucha event.

Disaster prevention

Originating from our Zurich office, we are currently being kept busy with a Geneva based team to produce a live event, part of the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction taking place in Sendai from March 14-18.

And finally, Eat expands – Again!

Not content with just having a Zurich office, our efforts at world domination continue with Eat founder and Communications Director, Alison Jambert, now based out of Hong Kong. We should be fully operational there shortly and look forward to working with clients old and new providing broader Asia support.