We design, develop and deliver immersive 360° domes, cylinders, and all of the enabling technologies.
Stepping inside an Igloo immersive space is a bit like stepping inside a giant VR headset. And, because anything up to 750 people can get inside, it is always a shared experience. In our ten-year history, we have worked on several hundred assignments for many of the world’s biggest brands. Based in the UK countryside, Igloo also has offices in London, the USA (both in the New York metro area and Los Angeles) and Canada, and we are planning to open in other locations around the world.
Igloo benefits from a strong leadership team, bringing together skills and experience in technology, business, sales and financial management.
Dennis Wright, CEO
Dennis has more than 30 years in the technology sector. Prior to Igloo, he successfully created and grew two other owner-managed IT businesses from zero to £6 million turnover. The last of these companies, Digital Vision, was sold to Basware in 2007 for €9 million. He acted as mentor to Igloo from its inception, and stepped-in as CEO from 2015.
Colin Yellowley, Founder & President
Colin is a co-founder of Igloo, and now runs its R&D function. He previously had more than ten years’ experience of working in multimedia, web design and film production. Having originally launched Igloo on the contemporary arts circuits, he successfully steered the company into the simulation and visualisation sector, and continues to play the central role in its product development.
Kerry Head, Finance Director
Kerry is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst, with a background in financial management and business modeling. She previously spent seven years at Credit Suisse in a senior Treasury role becoming a recovery and resolution specialist and, prior to that, she was a Financial Controller with Citi. Kerry joined Igloo in 2017 to oversee its international expansion and to introduce more rigor and discipline to its internal processes.
Pippa Halliday, Commercial Director
Pippa has a background in the media industry, having worked as a sales director with organisations such as Reed Elsevier and EMAP. In this capacity she held senior business development roles in London, Bangkok and Singapore. She has also worked extensively in sales and management training, coaching executives from a range of business sectors. She joined Igloo in 2010.
Wearing a VR headset can be a solitary experience. For some people, it can also be an uncomfortable experience.
With Shared VR, Igloo takes any VR or 360° content, puts it in a space that anyone can use, and makes it sharable among team members, stakeholders and clients. This means it becomes possible to:
Because everyone can see what each other is looking.
Because you can make eye contact and read facial expressions.
Brief team members
Because you can easily talk them through the VR content.
In our 10+ year track record, Igloos have been used by 100s of clients across many different sectors.
So, please, get in touch to tell us about your ideas and how Igloo can bring them to life.