I find myself charmed and amused but ultimately, I'm afraid, unmoved by the new Social Platform, "Happier". The @theipaper features an interview with its founder, Nataly Kogan, this week. She has created an interesting and worthy response to the hordes of cynical moaners that proliferate the more popular Social Networks.
After years peering at (and through) the desolate but much loved Battersea Power Station we finally get a glimpse of how the old place (hopefully) will look when the £750 million development project is delivered in 6 or 7 years time... and the vision is breath-taking!
@theipaper today reports that "Advertising spend is growing at the fastest rate for 13 years". This interests me especially since we have suddenly (in the last 2 or 3 weeks) seen a huge increase in the number of "sensible" budget Request for Proposals (RFPs).
Hanne & Co Solicitors, a law firm based in Battersea for over 100 years, will be hosting an event in aid of a local charity, Trinity Hospice, an amazing organisation that offers end of life care for people in our community.
Gertrude & Ivy wins Best Social Media & Marketing category at the Wandsworth Business Awards.
The organisers of a Group Exhibition in May are looking for a civicly-minded photographer to document and capture a series of workshops to be held in Battersea & Clapham in two local youth clubs and a primary school, as well as in Bow at a famous social enterprise community centre.
If there's one resource the whole Digital Industry seems to be constantly short of it's decent Copywriters & Content Strategists. I don't mean someone who can throw together a few choice words and terms, but someone who really understands Content Strategy as part of a sales pipeline and long term SEO strategy.
Christmas has seen quite a lot of events happen around Battersea, with some of them adopting more traditional methods of promotion than others. This year we noticed that events like the White Christmas Fair and the Hanne & Co. Charity Auction are using social media to promote their events very effectively.
MTV Australia worked with ERTL Design to create a visual language and design a number of fun infographics for their MTV MOVEMENT campaign. The aim of MOVEMENT is to highlight issues that matter to young people and lead social action to improve the future of Australia. The campaign provides a platform for one person to become the voice of a powerful generation that needs to be heard. ERTL Design's infographics were used at press events and on MTV’s social media platforms and were received extremely well.
Those terrific people over at Southerly Communications finally feel as though they have a website and brand that truly reflects their identity. Their new site launched just at the beginning of this month, and we at Silicon Junction love the new look!