While in Bristol, Tennessee for business, our managing director, Nigel
Walker, took a quick step off the beaten path to visit “The Olde
Farm,” an exclusive golf course and retreat founded by philanthropist
Jim McGlothlin. Located just outside of Bristol, Virginia, the private
golf club is one of the most highly acclaimed in the country.
That's Nice is in Tennessee today visiting Gregory Pharmaceutical Holdings (GPH) and its founding members, John and Jeff Gregory. For the past eight years, we have been supporting UPM Pharmaceuticals, a division of GPH, and look forward to learning more about the parent company of our longstanding client.
That's Nice is visiting customers in the south over the next two days. Our first stop in Atlanta, Georgia is bringing back memories from the 1996 Olympics, for which we designed the US Olympic team crest that the athletes wore on their uniforms. This was done in collaboration with f
Henry Grethel Apparel.
Manuel Fernandes, General Manager, Portugal, for Chartwell Actives,
sent us this great group shot from our visit earlier this week.
Judging by Nigel’s hand placement, we’re guessing his thought bubble
might read, “Did I lose my keys?”
While in Lisbon for business, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker visited Chartwell Actives, an API services company led by General Manager Manuel Eduardo Fernandes. This close-knit team of multidisciplinary scientists is driving the next generation of specialty pharma.
While visiting our client in Gdańsk, one of three Baltic cities
comprising Tricity, Poland, the team found time in between meetings to
take in some of the rich history and culture the area has to offer.
St. Dominic's Fair is the largest open-air trade and cultural event in
Poland and a summer staple of Gdansk, attracting tourists from across
Central and Eastern Europe—and on this day, the northeastern US!
Back in 1987, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker worked on the gate at Lord’s Cricket Ground for a summer of tests against various international teams. Thirty-one years later, Nigel returned to the grounds with friend and business partner Haig Armaghanian to see Naple and Holland play in a one-day match.
That’s Nice is visiting the ancient city of Gdansk, Poland, to meet with our customer, Polpharma Biologics. The life science community is growing in this Baltic city on the sea, and with the low cost of living and continued corporate investment, expats are returning home.
While visiting London this weekend, Nigel met up with an old friend and business partner, Haig Armaghanian. The two visited the flower nursery inside St. John’s Wood—an interesting find in the middle of London.
While walking through Munich early this morning, we came upon two unusual sights—a 20-kilometer English garden in the middle of the city and some surfers looking to catch what we can only assume was the
A late-night trip through Munich found Nigel in front of the brightly lit Allianz Arena, the 75,000-seating capacity football stadium that’s been home to the mighty FC Bayern Munich since 2005.
After a marathon week of meetings, Nigel is "taking a half day" for a bit of inspiration at the Pompeii ruins near Napoli, Italy. Mount Vesuvius erupted more than 2,000 years ago, covering the village in lava.
Nigel Walker and Brian Pierce of That’s Nice joined Servier CDMO’s Gwenael Servant in France this weekend for a journey in his first restored plane.
The team had all the confidence in the world hopping into this 1950 North American Aviation T-28 Trojan—that is, until they went airborne.
Keeping in line with the theme of the weekend, a 1940 “World War II” Jeep was used to extract a series of vintage jets from their hangers as members of the That’s Nice team and one of our clients enjoyed some aerial fun in an airfield just outside of Paris.
The 1943 model of this historic two-seater was one of
8,584 Kaydets built by Boeing between 1936 and 1944
, which remained in service until the early 1990s, was widely used by the U.S. Army and Navy as a trainer aircraft. Today, it continues to be flown, on rare occasions, by airplane aficionados like our friend Gwenael.
This 1943 Boeing Stearman “Kaydet” Trainer is being piloted by Gwenael Servant, a longtime friend and client of That’s Nice. We had the opportunity to see Dr. Servant’s passion come to life this weekend when we joined him for some aerial action at a private airfield in France.
…You find yourself upside down traveling at 550 knots over the French country side. Caption that photo.
A well-prepared Brian Pierce is set for what might as well be a bombing run, as there’s no room for hesitation today. The skills he gained during his time in the Coast Guard seem to be translating well as he takes flight.
Brian Pierce takes off on the biplane's maiden voyage. As the wind begins to pick up, we realize this is no time for amateur hour.
The Lamborghini Urus is out and, as far as Nigel is concerned, is a must-add to the That’s Nice Lambo portfolio—orange or not.
Members of the That’s Nice team are in Paris this weekend for an exhilarating experience with one of our clients. As usual, Nigel Walker is at the ready with the Nikon D5.
Servier CDMO Managing Director Gwenael Servant and That’s Nice Director of Digital Capture Brian Pierce are 30 miles south of Paris scouting an old World War II airfield before taking flight
in Dr. Servant’s first restored plane.
Accounts Director, Partner,
Wei Gao is enjoying the sites and sounds of Paris on his summer vacation. Can you spot the Eiffel Tower?
Nigel takes a quick "food-with-a-view" snap at a resort club while on vacation in Hawaii. The first marketing book published by That’s Nice was called
which made this a fitting photo op 23 years later.
Visiting Pearl Harbor and being reminded of the loss of life on December 7th, 1941, we are humbled by the determination demonstrated by the service men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Always on the lookout for a bit of ‘nice’ in nature, Nigel came across this tree while on vacation in Hawaii this week. Unique in shape, size and, of course, color, he declared it a ‘That’s Nice’ tree, which means we could see something similar in a future campaign concept...
Taking in some of the serene landscape along Hawaii’s Waikiki Beach, it’s hard to believe the destruction happening just an island away as Kona’s Kilauea continues to spill lava rivers into the Pacific.
That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker made bit of a detour this week to the Hawaiian Islands. As lava continues to flow from the Big Island’s erupting Kilauea volcano, it’s business as usual on Oahu.
A happy garden makes for a happy gardener, and with more than 700 roses in bloom for the first crop of the summer at his Bronxville, New York home, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker is considerably content.
Trilantic Europe is a mid-market private equity firm with investments across a number of industries, including healthcare. No better way to round out our nine-company excursion this week than with a visit to Trilantic’s offices in central Milan to discuss the growth of the industry.
It’s the last day of our European travels as we head over to meet with one of the largest API manufacturers in Europe. A main takeaway from our journey has been that innovation is thriving in pharma and biotech worldwide, as the various individuals with whom we’ve met are working to solve some of the greatest challenges in modern medicine.
We’ve landed in Milan for the last leg of our European trip to meet with Olon SpA, a European leader in API manufacturing. With the company’s recent expansion of its clinical API manufacturing capabilities in the US, it’s time to talk strategy.
It’s a peaceful
Thursday around Paris’ museums as That’s Nice catches up with our longtime client and friend Gwenaël Servant, Managing Director for Servier CDMO.
Grabbing a quick craft brew with lunch before our next client meeting, we opted for the Ambree Porte Doree—a beer Nigel wagers could remove the chrome off a doorknob.
We may be Paris for business, but it would be a crime to ignore a photo op in front of the Eiffel Tower, one of the most photographed pieces of architecture in the world.
That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker met with the Cenexi senior management team in Fontenay Sous Bois, Paris. Following Cenexi’s 2017 acquisition of its world-class steriles facility in the Normandy region, there is much to discuss as the sterile fill-finish leader adds new lines and capacity.
Continuing on our trek through Europe, we landed in Stuttgart to a massive welcome from Bosch. Nigel is hitting the road for Laupheim tonight, a quick one-hour drive south.
Nigel met with Dr. Liam Good, Director of Microbiology for Tecrea LTD, at the London Bioscience Innovation Centre today to learn more about his new nanoparticle technology.
A midday report from London assures us the city's biotechs are hard at work on the next big breakthrough, and its police force is keeping watch over citizens and visitors alike--from all vantage points. Known locally as "Bobbies,"
the London Police force has a tough job with the amount of traffic that comes through the UK's biggest tourism hub.
Our tour of London’s biotech circuit continues this week as Nigel kicks off the day with Tecrea, an innovative nanoparticle and polymer company looking for new pathways to the drug delivery world. But first, a quick snap in front of historic St Pancras, an architectural contrast to the modern London Bioscience Innovation Centre to which he’s en route.
While the world was abuzz with excitement around the royal wedding, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker was in the UK this weekend for a different reason. But before heading to London for business, he made a quick stop in his hometown of Studham, South Bedfordshire, for a visit with mum.
Even for UK-born native Nigel Walker, there is still new territory to explore as he revisits the country for business. This week, he made his way to the “mother ship” of one of our longest-standing accounts—GSK House in Brentford, London.
That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker was in St. Paul, Minnesota this week for a series of visits with some of the area’s biggest innovators, both past and present. Built in 1904, the former Jacob Schmidt Brewery became one of the largest in the nation by the mid 1900s. The building was converted into Schmidt's Artist Lofts in 2012.
Masked by the shadowiness of a springtime fog, the sunrise over Stamford, Connecticut provided a picturesque backdrop to the northeastern morning commute, as a mixture of moisture, cool temperatures and hindered sunshine created an almost Impressionist landscape.
Director of Digital Capture, Brian Pearce, takes in the St. Louis sun while shooting for a client.
The creative eye is always open to new inspiration, even after a long day of work. Brian Pierce, director of digital capture for That’s Nice, is doing just what his title implies while visiting Forest Park in St. Louis following a video shoot of Alcami’s newest facility.
Anyone who knows That’s Nice knows we have a mild obsession with all things chrome, inspired largely by the eye of our managing director, Nigel Walker. Imagine our delight when we received this photo from St. Louis, where members of our accounts and digital capture team are on site for a video shoot with Alcami, a key That’s Nice account.
Accounts Director Wei Gao and Director of Digital Capture Brian Pierce are on site in Missouri this week shooting Alcami’s new analytical testing lab in St. Louis' Cortex Innovation Community. The new state-of-the-art facility launched in Q4 of 2017.
It's hot outside! Nigel Walker is definitely not in NY, as he enjoys the 86 degree temperatures while visiting clients in West Florida.
Floral aficionado, Nigel Walker poses in front of a wall of vibrant greenery inside the lobby of
“1 Hotel, South Beach.”
The team at That's Nice woke up to a winter wonderland yesterday, a full two weeks into spring. This photo, furnished by our business logistics manager, Albert Bruan, was taken in Glen Ridge, NJ, where more than 6 inches of snow was reported.
Basel is a city full of innovation, with the likes of BASF, Novartis, Roche and Lonza establishing operations in the northern Switzerland city. That’s Nice had the opportunity to visit Lonza’s Basel site, where the organization’s drug product services are conducted.
The team is wrapping up day two in Switzerland, where That’s Nice traveled this week for business. Before heading back to New York for DCAT week, Mark and Nigel came across an interesting restaurant with what appears to be a Swiss cheese style room divider.
Even during the quickest of business travel turnarounds, we can still make time to take in our historical surroundings. Built originally of red sandstone in 1019-1500, the famous Münster Cathedral of Basel was converted from a Catholic to Protestant church following the Reformation.
Standing tall above the houses lining the Rhine River is the new Roche building in Basel, Switzerland, a 41-floor, 178-meter tall high-rise showing the organization's "clear commitment" to its Basel site.
It’s almost game time in Basel, Switzerland, but before the team makes their big pitch, a bit of a pick-me-up is in order. Pictured here is Strategy Director, Partner and newly appointed Master Chocolatier, Mark Allen.
Managing Director Nigel Walker and Strategy Director Mark Allen have landed in Basel, Switzerland, a city filled with pharma industry leaders. Is it BASF, Novartis, Roche, or Lonza they will be visiting? Stay tuned!
Our executive team is heading to Basel, Switzerland for a presentation today, making a quick stop for a layover in Amsterdam. Tulips for all!
Our clients are in manufacturing, but what has become of U.S. Steel and the origins of U.S. industrial manufacturing from the 1860s? That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker pondered these thoughts after coming across the abandoned Bethlehem Steel Corporation in Bethlehem, PA.
Accounts Director Wei Gao and Managing Director Nigel Walker made a quick trip to Washington DC yesterday to discuss ongoing opportunities with the American Chemical Society (ACS), a seven-year active client of That's Nice.
As London continues to build new skyscrapers, the character of this European melting pot continues to develop. The Shard opened in 2012 is currently the tallest landmark in the United Kingdom.
After a week-long jaunt across Europe for business, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker made a stop in London for a spin around the city before heading back to New York. For a minute there, he was sure he left his bag in the Tardis.
Nigel is rounding out the week at the Royal Palace of Madrid before heading off to London, his last stop on what has been a whirlwind week of jet-setting across Europe for business.
While in Madrid to meet with Insud Pharma / Chemo Group, Nigel stopped by the Plaza Mayor, a beautiful historic square where the royal family lived during the reign of Philip III of Spain.
That's Nice met with Insud Pharma / Chemo Group at the company's Madrid headquarters this week to discuss new business opportunities, including Nice Match.
As That’s Nice works to develop and refine our 2018 creative campaign, the Picasso Museum was a must-stop for some inspiration while in Barcelona, and also a revisit to the subject of Nigel’s dissertation back in 1993.
That’s Nice met with Grifols in Barcelona today, a truly disruptive corporation innovating a number of life-saving technologies and products.
That’s Nice is meeting with SGD Pharma at Pharmapack 2018, taking place at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles. If you are attending, come visit SGD at booth D34 to learn about the company’s new vision for 2018.
With a bit of a lag in between meetings, Nigel is back at Musée d'Orsay for the second time around. Boasting 173 meters in length, there is still plenty to discover on day two.
More than six inches of snow fell overnight, providing a picturesque backdrop to this morning’s meeting with Servier CDMO at the organization’s Suresnes headquarters.
“The Eiffel Tower is ready for some orange.” – Nigel Walker, Founder & Managing Director, That’s Nice.
After a productive meeting with Novacap, the snow continues to fall on this wintry Paris evening, covering the parks and sidewalks with a glistening blanket of white.
One of few museums open in Paris on a
Tuesday, the Musée d’Orsay was a must-see for art enthusiast Nigel, as it houses the world’s largest collection of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism pieces.
Thirty-one years after his first visit to the Pompidou Center at Paris’ Museum of Modern Art, Nigel is revisiting the 20th-century wonder with a fresh perspective. Much has changed since 1987, but the museum’s grandeur has certainly endured through the years.
It’s a snowy day in Paris today, and Nigel is spending time between meetings visiting some of the city’s greatest treasures. Naturally, his first stop was the Louvre.
Nigel is in Paris this week to meet with a new That’s Nice customer. Before hitting the pavement, he checked into the Hilton Paris Opera hotel, a “jewel in the Hilton portfolio,” according to Nigel.
That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker is in Europe this week on a series of client meetings. First stop: Milan, Italy.
Following a client video shoot in Germantown, Wisconsin, Director of Digital Capture Brian Pierce and Accounts Director Wei Gao made their way slightly south for some complementary footage from the Harley Davidson Museum in downtown Milwaukee.
Brian Pierce, Director of Digital Capture, and Wei Gao, Accounts Director, visit Germantown, Wisconsin to capture video footage for an online 360º facility tour experience. Hope it’s not too cold, boys.
The Walker family spent the day at Pearl Harbor, possibly the largest catalyst to the scale of World War II and its ultimate ending. Mono and Tonal were the camera filters of choice, in keeping with the tone of December 1941.
While in Hawaii, That’s Nice Managing Director Nigel Walker and his family paid a visit to the famous USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor, the historic battleship used for the ultimate surrender at the end of World War II.
Nigel and his family are spending the holiday season on Oahu in Hawaii. Pictured here is Nigel’s son Luke “The Last Jedi” Walker.
San Francisco’s Centurion Lounge has done a remarkable job of bringing the atmosphere to life through plant wall design. This display was spotted during Nigel’s recent trip to Hawaii for the holidays.
Our final customer visit of the year was to used manufacturing equipment supplier Federal Equipment Company in Cleveland, Ohio. Looking forward to continuing our relationship into 2018 and beyond.
Technology may inspire rapid and significant change, but the science behind our greatest inventions endures through centuries. An example of this phenomenon, this 20th century antique Toledo scale was discovered in Atlanta during a recent That's Nice business trip.
Nigel is in Bristol, Tennessee today to talk 2018 strategy with UPM Pharmaceuticals, a leading independent CDMO and one of our favorite That's Nice clients.
On his way to visiting clients in Bristol, Tennessee, Nigel made a stop at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, one of the largest homes in the U.S. and part of the 19th century Vanderbilt empire.
That’s Nice has just arrived back from Colombia after meeting with a new customer, CapsCanada. The team could not have been more welcoming during the five-plant tour, and we are looking forward to their new pharma plant coming fully online in 2018.
After a quick 24 hours in Colombia to check out a new client’s facility, Nigel reports, “there’s lots of marketing to be done” as the company prepares for a new pharma facility set to open in 2018.
After flying 34,000 miles in the last two weeks, Nigel is heading back to NYC for the last four weeks of the year. But not before making a quick stop for some last minute shopping in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo.
Nigel is in Japan this week visiting our client Bushu Pharmaceuticals. He is pictured here at Tokyo's Roppongi Hills, Japan's largest integrated property development.
Before leaving San Diego, Nigel took a moment to reflect on the week's events with a stop at San Diego Safari Park. Now that AAPS is over, That's Nice is embarking on a two-day strategy session to organize new resources for a push toward $20 million in 2018.
Nigel is in Florida at
Formulated Solutions, a family-owned
company ready to take on new frontiers, with its innovative synergy between product development and manufacturing.
The That's Nice Design Director, Director of Digital Capture and Senior Project Manager headed west to San Francisco to work on a client photoshoot.
It's the first day if CPhI Worldwide 2017 and we're happy to report there is a lot going on!
Nigel Walker is in
Stuttgart, Germany, which is the home of an industry leader. Fall is coming up fast in Germany — leaves are changing and CPhI is closer by the day!
Nigel is enjoying a client visit in Schwäbisch Hall
Before jetting off to Europe, Nigel visited Raleigh for work on two important channels. That's Nice is currently beta testing our
dashboard, with four key accounts in the area. After the last few days of testing, Nigel and the team are ready for CPhI where they will have over 60 more demos.
Nigel Walker is above the clouds, and directly above the That's Nice NYC office, as he makes his way to Europe ahead of CPhI.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director, made sure to take in the art of Poland while traveling on a client visit to the country.
Nigel Walker and Graham Combe are continuing along their trip through Europe, meeting today with That's Nice customers in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Before hitting Copenhagen for his next client visit, Nigel had the opportunity to stop by the PolyPeptide Group's Malmö, Sweden facility where the forward-thinking CDMO is making great progress in the manufacture of peptides with their visionary process.
It may have been Labor Day in the US, but Nigel Walker, That’s Nice Managing Director, and Graham Combe, Relationship Director, Europe, didn’t miss a beat. The two met up in Warsaw, Poland for a client visit.
Nigel Walker is back in the NYC office after visiting clients in
Today the United States experienced the first solar eclipse since 1979. Nigel Walker was in Bristol, TN visiting clients during this special celestial moment.
Nigel Walker is back at the New York office headquarters after a long week abroad on business.
Nigel Walker is visiting Olon in Milan, Italy this morning.
Nigel Walker captured this stunning sunset at the airport in Milan, as the last moments of the day's light shine through the jet stream.
We feel right at home at the company, especially since the decor matches our signature orange.
Nigel visited Servier CDMO at their Paris headquarters to discuss next years business.
A beautiful mural, pictured at Pall Life Sciences in Saint Germain, Paris is a creative way to involve the staff in their anniversary celebration.
Nigel Waker is in the beautiful
Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a small town west of Paris, visiting clients.
Ooh la la!
Nigel Walker is currently visiting customers in Lyon, France with Graham Combe, Relationship Director.
Guy Tiene, Strategic Content Director, and Wei Gao, Accounts Director enjoy a friendly game while in Wilmington, North Carolina.
The Osaka Castle in Japan is one of the country's most famous landmarks. The castle, which was rebuilt in the 1960's with a museum interior, is indicative of historical Japan, with its deep history of feuding empires.
What a match! Nigel is pictured in front of the
Goldern Palace Temple in
Kyoto Japan, which is just his style.
Even in South Korea, Nigel has found a piece of That's Nice. Paper flowers were a staple of our Glittering Insight campaign, complementing pop art graphics amid a garden setting.
It didn't take long for Nigel to stumble upon one of Korea's greatest traditions while Seoul, South Korea.
Where the shutter-release button fails, Nigel's creative thumb comes through. Pictured here is a happy accident capturing a unique architectural photo op in Incheon, South Korea.
Nigel greets us from the airport in historical Seoul, South Korea, where he will be spending the week.
Nigel touches down at Seoul Incheon Airport, the largest airport in South Korea and one of
the busiest transportation hubs in the world.
While in Japan, Nigel Walker reflects on one of his first architectural visits to the Umeda Sky Building in 1993. Twenty-four years later, it is still as stunning as he remembers during both the day and night.
Nigel Walker poses with Queen Elizabeth II before a business dinner.
This looks like the perfect That's Nice car--a 1971 Lamborghini Muira, of course in our signature orange.
Managing Director Nigel Walker is all smiles, despite a l
ong work day and
Managing Director stopped over at this company (bet you can guess which) while on a business trip in the South of France.
Nigel Walker spent the day in a beautiful area of Southern France, while visiting Sartorius Stedim in Aubagne on a business trip last week.
Managing Director, Nigel Walker captures a carousel in
, France while on a business trip.
The Pierre Fabre building in Toulouse is architecturally inspiring, as spotted by Nigel Walker, Managing Director.
Inside the hotel, all smiles, Nigel Walker is in France meeting customers.
The Lamborghini found some company in a Rolls Royce, while parked in Los Angeles, California.
It's amazing what the team has come across along the
Road to BIO
! Case in point, these amazing souvenirs that remind us of the Day of the Dead, spotted along the desert route of New Mexico.
The Lamborghini is a great toy! This guy had a blast with the car en route between Arizona and New Mexico.
The sun goes down in Wilcox, Arizona as the team edges closer to their ultimate destination on the Road to BIO.
It's the home stretch, and the That's Nice Road to BIO team is back on the road.
The team has reached New Mexico!
The homecoming queen of El Paso, Texas strikes a pose in front of the Lamborghini Aventador.
The team refuels at the Coffee Box in El Paso, Texas.
Managing Director, Nigel Walker, poses in front of some ornate leather belts while on a stopover in El Paso.
The team joined an old fashioned cowboy cookout while traveling through the Southwest.
The Lamborghini Aventador is parked in front of Turquoise in Texas.
The That's Nice team has made their way through Texas, stopping at Lamborghini Houston.
As the That's Nice staff makes their way further along the Road to BIO, the perfect photo-op arises in Houston, TX.
The Lamborghini Aventador shines on a ranch deep in the heart of Texas!
The Lamborghini is pictured at the foot of the
Mississippi Museum, as the That's Nice staff continues their journey through the south along the Road to BIO.
The thermometer is surging in Alabama, where the That's Nice staff are experiencing 100-degree temperatures!
The Road to BIO kicks off its tour of the Deep South in the port city of Charleston, South Carolina, widely known as one of America's most hospitable cities. Pictured here are Albert Bruan, That's Nice Business Logistics Manager, and Brian Pierce, That's Nice Director of Digital Capture
With a theme of speed to market, the opportunity to stop by the Bristol Motor Speedway for that meet-up was too good to miss. Nobody in biopharmaceuticals likes to go round the track too many times, but when you have a Lamborghini, there’s a great temptation
Our glitter-wrapped Aventador has sparked a lot of conversation on the Road to BIO, but it was par for the course for the pros at Lamborghini Sterling in Virginia as we pulled in for a safety check. And it's a good thing we did - turns out we were in need of a service!
Day 1 of the Road to BIO ended with a welcome visit to our friends at
Tea & Sympathy
who kindly fed our hungry road trip crew a British fish’n’chip supper from their authentic takeout,
A Salt & Battery
The Road to BIO team is in full force as they make their way through the Northeast Corridor on their journey toward BIO 2017 in San Diego. Join us at
The crew sets up in Cambridge Massachusetts, preparing for the very first interview captured on the Road to BIO. Follow our journey every step of the way, here>
That's Nice is in the market for an RV! We are currently seeking the perfect support vehicle as we take the Road to BIO Challenge,
traveling from Cambridge, Massachusetts to #BIO2017
in San Diego, California over the month of June.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director, and RJ Palermo, Director of Client Services, managed the unfortunate incident, which happened less than 100 miles from our NYC headquarters. This does not bode well for our upcoming 4,000+ mile journey to BIO 2017.
How many times do you think we’ll have to pull out the jack? Take the Road to BIO Challenge to render a guess.
Aaron Mazze, Digital Director and Partner, captures the entire executive Hubspot team while attending Hubspot Partner Day. Co-Founder and CEO Brian Halligan is pictured in the front row with Parter, CTO and Co-Founder Dharmesh Shah on the far right.
Aaron Mazze, That's Nice Digital Director and Partner, is in Boston this week at HubSpot Partner Day 2017. The event is an exclusive opportunity for partners of the inbound marketing and sales platform to discuss the latest trends impacting the digital world.
Managing Director, Nigel Walker, and Accounts Director, Partner, Wei Gao went on a day road trip to upstate New York for a client meeting. They are both anticipating this summer's Journey to Bio, which will be a road trip all the way across the country.
That's Nice was given the opportunity to find out how Dr. Servier built a truly unique company around research through passion, while on an international visit to the company facility.
Nigel and Brian aren't the only staff members from That's Nice to take a trip around the world. Eugene Hsiu, Project Manager, is pictured on a trip to Beijing.
Managing Director, Nigel Walker and Director of Digital Capture, Brian Pierce were able to view the magnificent Egyptian pyramids while on a tour around the world, led by client site visits.
The That's Nice team is busy planning for the summer road trip to BIO International, which takes place from June 19th through 22nd in San Diego. That's Nice will cross the country, visiting client sites along the way.
The pyramids of Giza in Egypt are just as spell-binding at night, as captured by Managing Director, Nigel Walker.
Nigel Walker and Brian Pierce reach Cairo, Egypt!
Nigel Walker and Brian Pierce stop for a selfie that truly captures their excitement, while away on business in Morocco.
Here is another look at the Casablanca Mosque. Director of Digital Capture Brian Pierce and Managing Director Nigel Walker made a point to stop at the landmark as they continue their business trip to Morocco.
Nigel Walker is continuing his travels visiting clients, journeying from Moscow to Morocco. He is pictured here in Casablanca, Morocco, in front of the newly erected Casablanca Mosque, the third largest in the world.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director takes a last look at the Red Square, Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia--especially because the color is so "That's Nice."
Take a look inside the majestic walls of the Kremlin. Nigel Walker, Managing Director is enjoying the sites in Moscow, Russia.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director poses in front of Moscow's Red Square while on a client trip.
The orchestra plays at The Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. That's Nice staff made time to take in the show while on a client visit.
Nigel Walker and Brian Pierce enjoyed a delightful performance at the theatre.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director, and Brian Pierce, Director of Digital Capture, visit The Bolshoi Theatre with a client on a night out in Moscow.
Brian Pierce, Director of Digital Capture and Managing Director Nigel Walker are jet setting to Turkey for a client visit.
Nigel Walker, Managing Director is pictured on a business trip to Moscow, where he is taking in the culture of the brilliant city.
Managing Director, Nigel Walker, along with Director of Digital Capture, Brian Pierce, took a quick sightseeing break after visiting clients in Moscow, Russia. Nigel is pictured here at the historic Kremlin, which translates to “fortress inside a city.”
Greetings from Lisboa! Nigel Walker, Managing Director and Mark Allen, Director of Strategy have completed their client visit in this amazing city.
The journey continues! Mark Allen, Director of Strategy, is pictured on a client visit in Lisbon, Portugal.
Managing Director Nigel Walker and Strategy Director, Mark Allen are visiting clients in the historic city of Lisboa!
Where in the world is That's Nice? This pic was taken at the Will Rodgers Airport in Oklahoma City. Yeehaw!
Select That's Nice staff led by Managing Director Nigel Walker, will be embarking on a roadtrip to BIO International this June. The Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster, in orange, will take staff across the USA this summer.
Guy Tiene, Director of Strategic Content, and Brian Pierce, Director of Digital Capture, recently traveled on-site to a facility, using drones to capture amazing overhead shots. The team is pictured here, with the drone front and center!
Nigel Walker, Managing Director is enjoying his stay in Hilton Head, SC. Although the area was hit by a force 3 Tornado in October 2016, the island is recovered and ready for tourist season. Nigel is checking out a possible new corporate retreat right in South Carolina!
Director of Digital Capture, Brian Pierce and Strategic Content Director, Guy Tiene went to Puerto Rico for a site visit, stopping at this muy hermosa playa along the way!
While away on business, Nigel Walker visited Norman Church in Studham Bedfordshire, England, where he was married in 1997. After 20 years it still looks the same, notably with the same moss and sand stone.
Director of Digital Capture, Brian Pierce, continues his facility tour with Guy Tiene, Director of Strategic Content, pictured here at dinner.
As Managing Director Nigel Walker spends time in beautiful Bristol, shooting his 32nd facility in a 12-month span, the team hires a local drone pilot to take charge of the aerial shots.
Brian Pierce, Director of Digital Capture, films inside a client's lab overseas.
Managing Director Nigel Walker and Director of Digital Capture Brian Pierce visit the Bunratty Castle in Shannon, Ireland. It has been a beautiful few days in Ireland, shooting a facility.
Managing Director Nigel Walker is continuing his business trip through the UK. The view from the Clifton Bridge in Bristol, England is pictured here at night.
Nigel Walker poses in the sunshine on his business trip in Bristol.
Brian Pierce, not working in a lab, while traveling in Bristol, England.
Brian Pierce & Nigel Walker are spending a few days in the U.K. capturing assets for a client.
Nigel Walker and Brian Pierce are just in time for a beautiful sunset at the picturesque Severn Bridge in England.
Nigel Walker and Guy Tiene were in the city of brotherly love for a meeting, earlier this week. The duo made sure to enjoy the downtown area before heading back to New York.
After a productive week in the Swiss Alps, Nigel Walker, Managing Director, is looking forward to a successful 2018.
Nigel Walker is pictured racing Ice Carts at the Matterhorn, Switzerland whilst working on the 2018 Strategy Plan.
Nigel Walker's great adventure through the Swiss Alps continues, as he arrives at Cartier by helicopter.
Managing Director Nigel Walker is off to research diamonds in Geneva, Switzerland!
Nigel Walker, Managing Director continues the quest for diamonds. He is pictured at the Cartier Watch Factory in Geneva.