We recently took this time to inject some positivity and progression into the current climate through a Cruxy-style challenge – and our client SteelEye were the first to take the Baton.
We ran ‘Kids Mean Business’, an initiative to get the children of the SteelEye team planning, building and selling us the idea of their own app.
One thing is for sure – we have a long line of future Cruxy apprentices who will be taking our roles very shortly.
“With schools closed its hard to keep the kids busy & keep them thinking fresh. Having CRUXY run an app creation challenge was inspiring, fun and gave them insight into the real business world – that’s something they don’t get everyday at school. The ideas were pretty amazing too.“ – Matt Smith
We saw Remarkable Animals, ‘Easy Instruments’, and ‘Eggy Art’ displaying a clear market opportunity and strong concept.
And the winner… a demonstration of a clear market problem, a large TAM and a compelling marketing plan. the Lego Builder enabled you to scan any spare lego pieces to generate bespoke instructions, minimising waste and taking you offline.