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BrewDog introduces ‘Puppy Parental Leave’

BrewDog is known for having dogs at the centre of their business, and is very public about their decision to let workers bring their dogs into the office. However now they’ve taken the dog loving to another level, offering all of their employees a week off to look after their new pooches in a scheme called ‘Puppy Parental Leave’. BrewDog says that all of their crew members around the world will be...

Volvo opens new relaxation lodge in Swedish mountains

Volvo and premium hotel company, Tablet Hotels, have launched a ‘Get Away’ lodge in the Swedish mountains to promote Volvo’s new¬†V90 Cross Country. Volvo has said that 6 in 10 people want to spend more time outdoors and less in the office. This stunt is simply to launch the new car, however it comes as part of a bigger campaign idea aimed at people struggling to find that illusive work-life...

The Kraken Rum uses Ken the octopus as an alternative to Tinder

In a new campaign to coincide with Valentine’s Day Kraken Rum has employed the use of Ken the octopus to help couples find love. People can enter themselves into the competition by tweeting a selfie to @KrakenRumUK with the hashtag #Rumance. Participants will then be picked at random and their photos will be presented to Ken. He will then pick two photos and seal their fate, sending them on a date on February...

Budweiser hosts Super Bowl party in Shoreditch

Budweiser is set to host a Super Bowl themed party at Dinemara, a local street food arena in Shoreditch. The event will take place on February 5th and will be showing the Super Bowl on two large screens. Fans will also have access to Dinemara’s extensive choice of eateries, including a number of classic American delicacies like chilli dogs, peanut butter doughnuts and BBQ subs. There will also be (of course)...

FX create transforming murals to launch new TV series Legion

FX will be opening the ‘Legion Where?House’ today, to bring people’s attention to the launch of the new X-Men inspired TV series Legion coming out next month. The art gallery will be open for three days and will feature work from Michael Murphy, Clemens Behr, Kumi Yamashita and David Flores. Visitors can¬†experience a collection of art, which reflects the ‘unpredictable world’ of...

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