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Welsh Laughter Spot : Jones the farmer and his son Berwyn

by Will Corry on February 17, 2016

Jones the farmer and his son Berwyn sign up for a sight-seeing tour in a small aircraft. As always, Jones angles for the best deal possible.

“Very well, Mr Jones,” says the pilot. “If you can go through the entire flight without making a sound, you and Berwyn can have your tickets for free.”


PR : Find out more about Virgin Holidays’ PR stunt | Hotcow Experiential

by Will Corry on February 13, 2016

Did you see Virgin Holidays' luxury tree house PR stunt?

The Virgin family of brands, headed up by maverick entrepreneur Richard Branson, are known for doing things their own way, and being open to cool and exciting ideas. Virgin Holidays recently decided to put its marketing budget to good use 


JCDecaux wins the Bus Shelter advertising contract for Kensington and Chelsea

by James on February 11, 2016

JCDecaux SA  announced today that it has been awarded the Bus Shelter advertising contract for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

This 15 year contract previously held by Clear Channel, was awarded following a competitive tender process and includes the provision, installation, maintenance and advertising operations for 80 new Bus Shelters including 16 sites already approved for 84” digital screens.


Better connectivity at events: Free superfast internet as standard

by James on February 10, 2016

London Co-working provider, The Brew, launches a new blank canvas event space three minutes’ walk from Old Street Tube (163 City Road) in their fifth membership-based workspace.

Within the setting of The Brew Eagle House entrepreneurial hub, the 150 capacity venue is kitted out, not only with all-inclusive hire of its AV system and PA system, but it also features 12 broadband ports and up/down superfast internet at 200mpbs, wired and WiFi, available at no extra cost to organisers.


Find out why Caledonia Best is so committed to Scottish Rugby, the team, its customers and drinkers

by Will Corry on February 7, 2016


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by Will Corry on February 1, 2016

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by Will Corry on January 31, 2016

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“Danny’s amazing proposal on The London Eye makes us cry (happy) tears”

by Will Corry on January 27, 2016

Valentine's Day is approaching my friends and there is no where more romantic then proposing on Coca-Cola London Eye, the most beautiful and iconic venue in London. Watch this gorgeous video.

You can even marry the love on your life on The London Eye. They can make your dreams come true. [more…]

The ‘once again’ very social Hospitality & Catering News

by James on January 25, 2016

As regular readers will know we occasionally post news from and feature the B2B website Hospitality & Catering News, last year for example we were particularly impressed with their ‘Social Media Crusade’.


The Open brings £140 million benefit to Scotland

by James on January 20, 2016

Independent assessment shows ‘St Andrews effect’ increased visitor numbers.

The 2015 Open Championship in St Andrews delivered £140 million of economic benefit to Scotland - the largest amount ever achieved by a golf event in the United Kingdom or Ireland, according to an independent economic impact assessment.

The study, commissioned by the R&A, shows spending by visitors to Scotland for the tournament generated £88 million – nearly double the £47.5 million in visitor impact achieved in 2010 when the event was last held at the Old Course.