Salter Brothers was launched in 2014 by Simon and Andrew Salter following the brothers creating the largest social media movement of this generation #Feelingnuts, which as quoted by MTV "almost broke the internet".
Since then, lead by Simon and Andrew, we have helped Channel 4 bring millennials back to broadcast television with The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night hosted by Jack Whitehall and James Corden. We went on to sell out The O2 for the comeback of David Haye on a media budget of £0, which included the first ever LIVE VR boxing match. We created UKTV's Sports Destination on Dave TV which has broadcasted Heavyweight Boxing, British World Darts, Live Tennis and MMA. We partnered with start-up Velocity to create Velocity Black, transforming the Travel and Experience Industry, resulting in growing revenues 18,000%. We partnered with Canongate Publishing and Benedict Cumberbatch to turn the art of letter writing into the hottest ticket in town, where the worlds greatest actors read historical letters in front of sold out audiences in Los Angeles and New York City. We worked with Rolls Royce to reinvent the luxury car for a new generation of drivers and we have partnered with Vero to build the most important social platform.