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Dog Groomer padlocks herself to EE store – Giffgaff capitalises!

Dog Grooming business owner, Diane Cartwright, padlocked herself to her local EE store recently in a desperate hope to be released from her phone contract. Mrs Cartwright suffered from intermittent mobile phone signal and claimed to have lost £700 – £1000 in business due to missed customer calls. She had tried numerous times to fix the problem with EE, by calling them direct and visiting them in...

International Alert host its third conflict cafe

International Alert will be hosting its third Conflict Cafe this September. The event will take place from the 22nd September to the 2nd October, in the underground tunnels of House of Vans London. The cafe will be exploring the cuisines of Lebanon and Sri Lanka, in the hope to raise awareness of the current conflict and civil unrest being experienced in those countries. International Alert hopes that by...

#MissingType returns and goes global as brands and places drop As, Bs and Os from names

In June 2015, brands and street signs dropped the As, Bs and Os from their names – the letters that make up blood types – to highlight National Blood Week and the lack of blood donors. In just 10 days after launching the campaign, a record 30,000 new donors had signed up. Here it is if you’d like to refresh your memory – I was a huge fan, and loved the real-world impact of the...

TalkTalk launch Neil Warnock’s Guide for Armchair Managers

TalkTalk was looking for an idea to launch its new Sky Sports Season Pass with a focus on real fans watching at home. Inspired by the men, women and children who spend 90 minutes in front of their TV talking tactics, arguing with refereeing decisions and living the highs and lows of everything the beautiful game has to offer we created the first ever guide for armchair managers. Fronted by honouree armchair...

Emojis, yes emojis are big business at The Olympics

The Olympics started in Rio this week and what does this mean; time to buy a new 50″ inch Ultra HD TV? No. Not even close, it’s time to upgrade your keyboard – your emoji keyboard.  That’s right, emojis have become big business and some of the world most watched celebrities have not just their own apps but emoji keyboards to boot. Kim Kardashian (KIMOJI), Justin Beiber (JustMoji) and NBA...

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