Our digital film to launch Peugeot’s new compact SUV, the 2008 Crossover, has now hit cyberspace. It features two freerunners, Tim ‘Livewire’ Shieff and Katie McDonnell, and, of course, a Peugeot 2008.
Tim won the Barclaycard World Freerun Championships in 2009 and in terms of competitions placed and won, he is currently the most successful freerunner in the world, so we consider ourselves very lucky to get him for our film.
We’re proud to unveil FloorD, a new competition incorporating the latest technology to get EHSers to step up to a ‘Summer Like No Other’ in London 2012.
We’ve given all our staff NFC (near field communications) computer chips embedded into stickers that they swipe against card readers installed in our stairwells. Every time they swipe, a signal is sent to a central server which keeps track of the number of stairs climbed. And if they swipe too many times or too quickly, the computer smells a rat, assumes they have taken the lift and deducts points for cheating. Each month, prizes are awarded to the departments and individuals with the most points.
You may have read about our Baublebot in a previous article but now it seems to have gone viral with clients raving about their personalised baubles!
Whilst many clients and friends of the agency have been asking for their own since seeing one of their friends’ baubles, above is a picture taken by one of our clients this afternoon sent with a big thanks to everyone involved.
Having spent the year launching award winning social media campaigns on Facebook for Peugeot and mobile apps that help whisky aficionados match malts with their favourite food for Diageo, we realised we had completely forgotten how to create print based relationship marketing materials, let alone how much a stamp costs.
EHS 4D has been appointed by The Greater London Authority as digital agency to support its London 2012 activity in an open pitch against 40 agencies on the COI Digital solutions design, development and delivery roster.
The project is to create and manage all digital activity to promote and support the £90m ‘Summer Like No Other’ – a packed programme of free events, cultural festivals and celebrations that The Mayor is hosting throughout summer 2012 so everyone can take part in the London Experience, regardless of whether or not they have tickets for Olympic or Paralympic events.
It’s time for you to have a break, a cup of tea and a Kit Kat. Those 5 links won’t take you more than 5 minutes to read or look at. They will just help you become more digitally aware.
1) Artificial Intelligence. When the new trendy iPhone 4S meets the vintage Furby.
We are proud to announce that we’ve been ranked as one of the top 10 digital agencies by Marketing Magazine.
Having been ranked at number 20 last year, our rise to ninth in the country is a testament to the fantastic work produced by our teams and builds upon becoming Direct Agency of the Year for 2010.
As well as:
“What the f&*k is this?”
“I’m going to delete my profile…now. Bye bye”
“God give me the will to live”
…were just a few select comments I’ve been reading from my friends (on Facebook).
Over 7 years ago I carried out a large qualitative research project for a leading mobile operator on the appeal of 3G services. We looked at Location Based Services including offers ‘on the move’, video telephony (a la Apple Face Time), traffic navigation and a whole host of other new developments.
It’s that time of year again where things are polled, lists are compiled and predictions are made. As opposed to looking back, David Skerrett (our Head of Social Media & Mobile) has been keen to look forward to next year, and what he believes will be some of the biggest areas of growth across the world of social media.