London & South East
Moshe Braun, business director at customer experience consultancy WAE writes
The Tube has long been the backbone of London, bearing hordes of people around the city since 1863. To date, Transport for London (TfL) carries over 1.3 billion people a year in its carriages; a figure that is growing, putting enormous pressure on the network.
As London’s population continues to rise and visitors to the city increase, TfL will need to find new and innovative ways to alleviate pressure and keep London moving, while offering a world-class service for its customers.
In the run-up to May half-term and the summer holiday season VisitEngland has today launched its largest domestic marketing campaign for 2016 to promote amazing ‘moments’ that can only be experienced on a trip across Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The four-week #OMGB ‘Home of Amazing Moments’ TV, digital and print campaign, part of the UK Government’s GREAT Britain campaign, uses film and images of authentic experiences and activities shot on locations across the UK to inspire people to take a short-break at home. Agency RKCR/Y&R produced the creative for this year’s campaign.
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TX write ... The Judges Panel met to shortlist brand for TX's inaugural eXchange Awards. TX facilitates better marketing through forensic brand guidance. We improve the odds of success with future investments and actions.
Our inaugural eXchange Awards celebrate brands eXchanging brilliantly already, with an amazing panel of judges:
- BV Pradeep, VP Consumer & Market Insight,Unilever
- Simon Walker, CEO, Kepak Convenience Foods
- Helen Welch,Director of Customer Insights, Saga
- Bill Scott, CEO, Droga5
- Peter Cowie, CEO, The Oystercatchers
- Carol Reay, Chairman, TransgressiveX
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Monday, October 24th - Tuesday, October 25th
In the wake of both BHS and Austin Reed collapsing into administration this week... A growing army of tech startups, regional newspapers, on demand couriers, business directories, shopping apps, influential bloggers and more have joined forces on a shared mission to revive the high street...
From this May, online and local shopping will converge like never before, empowering the bricks and mortar high street to fight back at scale.
The ammunition is simple - products in stock in local shops registered with pockethighstreet.com will be available for 1 hour delivery or click & collect in minutes and discoverable across a wide range of digital publishers.