We are delighted to announce the addition of Dove Deodorant to our client list! We will be looking after their global digital account, shaping their online strategy through web, app, display and social media activity.
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A new article in the new Marketing Magazine “Road to Recovery” Supplement from Craig Walmsley, Managing Director of EHS 4D Digital.
With the seemingly inexorable rise of Facebook, Twitter, et al., the pieces considers whether and when marketers might consider shifting their budget from the now dominant online medium of search into the challenger channel of social.
We are proud supporters of Friends of the Earth here at EHS 4D Digital, and recently helped them put together their new “Join the MOOvement” campaign.
There’s a hidden chain linking animal feed in British factory farms to wildlife and rainforest destruction in South America.
We are currently seeking two digital design graduates to come in and join our team.
Top notch photo-shoppery, a strong desire to create exceptionally good work and a winning singing voice* are all qualities the successful candidate will possess.
On Friday 11th June at 1pm the live reveal of the RCZ winner took place on itchoosesyou.co.uk and it went swimmingly. (The winner was a welsh hockey player called Matthew Stollery).
The 5-week campaign, created by EHS 4D Digital to promote Peugeot’s new sports coupé model RCZ, generated over 14,000 ads and 8,000 Facebook Fans. We hosted a live Q&A on Twitter with the car’s designer and even managed to get Oliver out in his sandwich board promoting the campaign around the streets of London. All in all, a brilliant campaign!
In the build up to the World Cup in June, EHS 4D Digital, along with Havas Sports & Entertainment, have been appointed to handle Yahoo’s global football campaign.
The Yahoo! Penalty Shoot-Out promotion will create the world’s biggest penalty shoot-out – online and off.
LONDON – EHS 4D Digital managing director Craig Walmsley puts the iPad through its paces and explains why Apple’s new device isn’t the saviour of print, it’s the evolution of digital.
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