mophie is a California-based, award-winning designer and manufacturer of mobile intelligent devices and accessories. It is widely recognized and highly acclaimed for its creative designs and innovative solutions. mophie is the proud developer of the juice pack, the first "Works With iPhone" portable battery case certified by Apple Inc.
Maxell Europe Ltd is a group company of Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. Japan. Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. is a leading global manufacturer of information storage media products, including magnetic tapes; optical discs and battery products such as lithium ion rechargeable; micro batteries and alkaline dry batteries.
Celebrating over 5 years of Audio Notetaker, Sonocent is a leading innovator in productivity software, renowned for its visual and interactive platform. Users of Audio Notetaker benefit from one easy to access hub which stores slides, images, text, audio recordings and other notes all together.
Motörheadphönes is a collaboration between Motörhead and Krusell International AB. Krusell has 130 million SEK in turnover, an annual production of over 3 million cases and bags, and more than 500 employees. Krusell is a Swedish company exporting high-end cases around the world. After more than 20 years in the mobile phone industry, Krusell is established as one of the leading brands in its niche.
Elgato makes a range of TV tuners and associated software for the Mac. Based in San Francisco and Munich, Elgato’s multi-award winning products are available across the world. Tin Drum represents Elgato in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Philips is another company with a rich history, reaching back to 1891 when it was founded. Tin Drum manages its PR for the consumer and professional desktop monitors. There are almost 100 different Philips monitors in the range. Tin Drum manages the Philips Monitors account for the UK.
Code 42 is the company behind the incredibly successful CrashPlan backup software. The software safeguards files for individuals, families right up to the biggest corporates. Some of the corporate users are so huge, we can’t say who they are. Tin Drum represents Code 42 in the UK and Europe.
Established in 1847, Carl Zeiss is a world leader in precision optics. When its Cinemizer video headwear products launched, they came to Tin Drum to spread the word. Tin Drum handles all English language territories for the Cinemizer brand.
Tin Drum has worked with O’Reilly in the UK for many years. Projects have included localisation for US titles such as iPhone the Missing Manual. Tin Drum also handled PR support for Maker Faire Newcastle, the event for boffins and hackers that make things.
JPY is a distributor of digital workflow products, digital architect consultancy, developers and more. What I’m trying to say is that they are exactly the kind of boffins you want, to help you get the most out of your computer network. When they need to communicate complicated things in a simple way, Tin Drum helps them do it.