Engaging consumers to drive data acquisition and commerce

EngageSciences is used by a range of industries to create interactive marketing experiences and UGC-powered campaigns on web, mobile and social channels.

Capture richly-profiled consumer data with a broad range of campaign types.

Beautiful has never been this simple

Create stunning multi-channel marketing experiences with our unique campaign builder. Discover, aggregate and remix content from across the social web and publish anywhere with our content curation tools. And, with fully responsive design themes, you can be sure your campaigns and social hubs will look perfect on any device.

Create powerful brand connections

Every brand is unique and has its own story to tell. That’s why we enable the world’s most loved and recognized brands to express their individual identity across social networks, web and mobile channels.
At the same time, they’re capturing richly-profiled audience data that’s integrated in real-time to their data infrastructure.

  • Arsenal


    2014/15 Puma Kit Launch

    To promote the launch of their new Puma kit, Arsenal FC created a social hub that featured photos of their fans wearing the new kit and an accompanying competition for them to win prizes.

  • The Walking Dead

    The Walking Dead

    Season 4 Deadboard

    To promote The Walking Dead, Foxtel launched a campaign using gamification mechanics for fans to compete with friends to earn badges and get the chance to win prizes and view exclusive Walking Dead trailers.

  • Vodafone


    First Battle of Cool

    As a continuation of the Vodafone Global #Firsts campaign, Vodafone Deutschland introduced #BattleOfTheCool. The social hub was dual-hosted on both a microsite and the Vodafone DE Facebook page, where the activity was amplified using integrated YouTube live streaming and live social conversations.

  • Verizon



    Verizon created a sense of anticipation on Twitter and maximized consumer engagement around their sponsorship of Super Bowl XLVIII. With daily votes on the #WhosGonnaWin website, fans of the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos pitted their wits against each other to see whose tweets would light up the Empire State Building in their team’s colors.

  • Powershop NZ

    Powershop NZ


    Powershop New Zealand launched a fun photo contest on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for their fans to post photos of their baking disasters using the #BakeFails hashtag. Submissions of user generated content were featured on a social hub alongside other culinary catastrophes, where fans also had the chance to win a number of special prizes.

  • Microsoft Mobile

    Microsoft Mobile

    Lumia Design Challenge

    To combat the rise in popularity of other smartphone manufacturers, Microsoft Mobile needed a way to persuade their core audiences around the world that the Lumia range of smartphones were both versatile, and fun.

  • UFC


    War Paint

    To get people talking about the Weidman vs Machida fight, UFC created a contest where fans painted their war faces onto their favorite fighters and added their own war cry. Submissions were then aggregated, curated and published to a social hub for fight fans to share and challenge each other.

  • Ripley's


    Mobile Challenge

    Ripley’s Mobile Challenge was an interactive in-venue experience, that featured mobile engagement, user-generated content and digital displays to seamlessly enhance the traditional experience of walking around Ripley’s themed galleries. 

  • Microsoft Mobile

    Microsoft Mobile

    Mission 31

    As the exclusive technology sponsor for Mission 31, Microsoft Mobile wanted to capture the underwater adventure and showcase the Nokia Lumia’s exceptional underwater capabilities. With two stages to the campaign, a competition and a social hub, the challenge featured the very best of the Nokia Lumia.