SOURCEBOOK: Uber profile

Our series of profiles of leading games service and creative firms continues with Uber.


Sector:Creative & Promotional Services
Year Established:2004
Number of employees:30
Address:28-31 Gilbert Street, Park Hill, Sheffield, S2 5QY
Phone number:0114 278 7100

Key contacts:

Richard Benjamin –
Karen Drew –
Alan Baker –
Nic Jones –
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Call yourself ber?

If you are going to call yourself ber you’re going to have to work very hard every day to live up to your name. Your service has to be over and above,your ideas have to shine brighter and your results need to be consistent. It means winning awards is a by-product not a goal. It means taking your workseriously and yourself not so. It means learning and understanding exactly who your clients are, exactly what they do and exactly who their customers are.It means only providing a service when you can provide it impressively. You have to be passionate, knowledgeable and love what you do.

Hello. We are ber.

Through our 10 year history we have built successful relationships across the entertainment industry with suchestablished brands as Sony, BAFTA, 505 Games, 20th Century Fox, BFI, BBC, Warner Bros. Games, THQ and Bethesda.

Most recently we have developed projects including Aliens: Colonial Marines for Sega, Skylanders for Activision, Jack the Giant Slayer for Warner Bros.Pictures, building adventures for Lego Video Games and launching OnLive.

Concepts, branding, keyart, packaging, press, digital & social campaigns, trailers, POS and print. Put short,we do the lot.

Uber is featured in Sourcebook, the essential guide to service firms and creative agencies in the games industry.

This year’s edition of Sourcebook, the essential guide to agencies and service companies working in games, technology and entertainment,is out now.A digital copy of the Sourcebook is available online Or you can view the book via theMCV iPad app, orread it online here.

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