Kia, the principal sponsor of Surrey County Cricket Club, has launched a 70’s inspired instructional video featuring Surrey star Jade Dernbach to promote the club’s Kia Catch competition.
Global marketing & communications agency INNOCEAN UK was briefed by Kia to find an engaging and humorous way to promote the competition which would resonate with cricket fans and provide them with a timeless piece of content which could be used across multiple platforms.
As the Official Airline Partner to UEFA EURO 2016TM, Turkish Airlines announced the full details of its ‘Meet Europe’s Best’ campaign today, championing fans and European cultures ahead of this summer’s competition. The campaign includes the launch of television commercials, unique plane liveries, ticket giveaways and a dedicated microsite.
Celebrations will continue during the tournament with select Turkish Airlines planes showing live matches, activation zones in four host cities and branding across notable sites in Paris.
ESI Media has announced that the London Evening Standard has partnered with specialist insurer Hiscox to become the newsbrand’s first ever multi-platform Arts sponsor. Beginning this week in the print edition of the London Evening Standard, the six-figure partnership will run across print, digital and events until the end of January 2017.
The partnership will see Hiscox become the launch sponsor of a new arts channel hosted at standard.co.uk that will include arts news, features, interviews and newly commissioned video content, alongside specially created native content for Hiscox, leveraging their arts sponsorship assets and focussing on the brand’s passion points.
It’s hard to imagine a world without Twitter, and more specifically, a world without people making jokes on Twitter.
The medium has become so ingrained in Internet culture that it has now leaked fully beyond the constraints of Twitter so that people who have never even used Twitter before are seeing tweets on Facebook, Instagram, or Tumblr almost daily.
The nurse approached him, smiling. "The labor is going great," she said. "Wouldn't you like to come in?" "Oh, no." The man shook his head.
The nurse returned to the mother's side, and the labor progressed smoothly. As the birth neared, the nurse returned to the man, now pacing frantically in the ball. "She's doing so well," she assured him. "Would, you like to at least come in and see her?"The man seemed to hesitate slightly, then shook his head again. "No, no, I couldn't do that." He jingled car keys in his sweaty palm and resumed his pacing.