Scribing is a dynamic, spectacular and enlightening way to document events as they happen. If you’re organising an event - large or small - and looking for new ways to engage and collaborate with your audience, scribing is a uniquely powerful tool.
Now that our service includes a state-of-the-art digital offering, you can choose from an even wider range of options to suit your event.
We’ve drawn a few buses in our time, but we’d never drawn on a bus before. The sides of a bus made the perfect canvas for a unique scribe for Scania at the Euro Bus Expo.
A project fit for a prince, this has to be one of the most surreal events Scriberia worked on in 2018 – surreal and exciting in equal measure.
Skills shortages, uncertain economic conditions, an ageing population; the future of the workforce faces new and uncharted challenges.
We scribed at the Tate's British Art Network event, where art historians discussed the relationship between museums and queer.
In the world of marketing, there's nothing more valuable than the ability to see patterns, discover trends and predict the future.
Remploy are dedicated to enabling disabled people to find sustainable employment, and to promoting equality in the workplace.
The scribing wall, where a diversity of voices can come together, was a tailor-made fit for Channel 4's D.I.V.E.R.S.E Festival.
Every year, 3 million women in the UK are affected by violence. We plotted a violence-free future for the Women's Resource Centre.
We were delighted to return to Eurobest for the second year running with some 'next level' scribing.
What role does automation have in the business and finance industry? We scribed the answers at the RPA Artificial Intelligence Summit.
Resolve Consultants hosted a workshop with the Youth Offending Service to showcase innovative approaches to the challenges of youth crime.
The FIA Women in Motorsport Commission encourage women in all aspects of motorsport. We scribed their seminar in Lisbon.
Jericho Chambers, in partnership with the CIPD, hosted an ‘un-seminar’ to get to grips with the possible working models of the future.
In recent years, the great British pub has drifted from its roots. What with big screens, music, app-ordering and gamification, technology is steadily transforming our pub culture. So, what does the future hold for the culturally sacred British pub?
Professor Angus Wallace is a renowned orthopaedic surgeon based in Nottingham. His career is a litany of remarkable stories which, over the years, have generated quite a few headlines.