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This week there was a bit of a twist to our monthly lunch. Lindsey, a member of the team who will be running the London Marathon in April, organised Monday's lunch to raise money for the Family Holiday Association, the charity that she is running the Marathon for.
Internet marketplace, eBay, relaunched its UK website homepage yesterday, introducing a magazine inspired design and layout which is intended to inspire customers to stay on the site for longer, buy more and keep coming back every day.
We’ve seen #DancePonyDance last summer and its comeback over the festive season, which we found slightly disappointing, but now Three are back with their new advert for 2014: #SingItKitty.
Eat, the food chain brand, is the first to trial Weve’s mobile loyalty app, Pouch. The Pouch app stores loyalty cards and vouchers from multiple brands and also provides users with news updates from selected retailers.
Just when you thought Apple and Google couldn’t possibly top their technology, Project Tango has been announced. Project Tango sees Google trying to create a whole new market: 3D capability smartphones. No doubt Apple won’t be far behind in this unique trend, but what exactly is it?
Here at Eyes Wide Open we understand that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important factor to consider for our business. As we are a Thames Valley based business we are always keen to spot opportunities to offer our services, to help better our community.
With Valentine’s Day just passed for this year, the UK is set to launch a more long-term ‘Feel the Love’ campaign.
February 14th is a significant event in the commercial calendar, with retailers and brands seizing the opportunity to capitalise on consumers’ loving sides through targeted activity and campaigns.
Today we had our monthly charity lunch at the EWO offices. This month’s theme was based around The Winter Olympics, with a selection of colourful foods to reflect the Olympic rings!
It seems that the battle of the brands during the Superbowl was fiercer than ever last night. With photo-bombing, friendly and not-so-friendly banter over Twitter and divided advertisement opinions, we take a look at last night’s marketing highlights.