A complete end-to-end solution for the time-sensitive projects.
Maximise revenue for Twitter while generating significant and demonstrable benefits for the environment and communities they work alongside.
NCM worked with the global tech giant Twitter to dispose of surplus assets from their regional headquarters in both London and Ghana.
Twitter had surplus furniture, workstations, IT equipment, workspace fittings, merchandise and various feature walls and signage installations.
NCM delivered a complete end-to-end solution for the time-sensitive project. To remove and auction the surplus assets, maximise revenue for Twitter, while generating significant and demonstrable benefits for the environment and community.
Our online platforms allowed us to run exclusive time auctions around the globe for these much sought-after items.
Once the auctions had finished, our team managed the entire collections process on-site which came with its own challenges, given the high-profile locations and strict security measures.
We managed to meet the tight timescales to clear the buildings of surplus assets. Targeting buyers for all the different asset categories maximised the value of Twitter’s assets.
Their circular approach diverted tonnes of items from landfill. It directly helped small and medium-sized businesses, bootstrapped tech companies looking to take their next steps, community groups and avid collectors who wanted to own a piece of iconic Twitter memorabilia.