Prime Minister Boris Johnson praises technology innovation in visit to MISSION Agency ThinkBDW
ThinkBDW has welcomed Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, to its Colchester headquarters to discuss the issues currently being seen in the housing sector.
Accompanied by other VIPs including Colchester MP Will Quince, Home Secretary Priti Patel MP and Conservative Party Chairman James Cleverly MP, Mr Johnson spoke with ThinkBDW Founder and Executive Chairman Robert Day, while also testing one of their interactive ‘ThinkHub’ touch tables. The state-of-the-art technology was developed in-house by MISSION’s specialist property marketing Agency and enables housebuilders to present ultra-realistic digital representations of their new homes developments to customers in a very immersive and intuitive way.
Hundreds of supporters and media representatives were also welcomed to ThinkBDW’s offices to hear the Prime Minister speak on a range of housing issues and initiatives.
Robert Day, Founder and Executive Chairman, of ThinkBDW said: ”It was an honour to host Mr Johnson’s event. This was the second time we have been visited by a serving Prime Minister, as David Cameron MP opened our headquarters in 2015.
“Boris Johnson seemed impressed by our operation, especially our extensive CGI offering and the user experience technology we have developed. He was extremely knowledgeable about the housing sector and interested in our views.”
James Clifton, MISSION Group Chief Executive, said: “ThinkBDW has long been at the forefront of innovation within the property marketing sector in the UK, so it’s fantastic that they were given the opportunity to showcase their latest technology to such an illustrious and influential audience.”