Louis Georgiou, one of our Founders and Directors, recently took part in The Marketers webinar ‘Marketing transformation: how digital can deliver your business goals’. Other speakers included Matt Ballantine, Principal Evangelist at Microsoft, and Chris Woods, Head of digital at Hanover.
One of the North West’s leading tourist attractions Chester Zoo, that draws more than 1.4m visitors a year, has launched a new mobile site to cater for the huge number of people now accessing its site and buying tickets via mobile device.
The mobile site has been produced by digital agency Code Computerlove while the online shop has been created by Chester Zoo’s internal IT development team.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has created a new free app to support its hugely popular NUS extra card, the number one student discount and lifestyle card in the UK.
Created by digital agency Code Computerlove, the all-new NUS extra Student Discount Companion App uses the latest Geolocation/nearfield technology to allow students to find discounts nearby to them, wherever they are in the UK.
Brother UK has unveiled the latest phase of its £1.5m marketing investment in growing its share of the labelling market.
The company has launched an innovative new digital campaign featuring a spoof video of an over-organised office manager, Brigitte Duncan, who labels just about everything in the workplace, from her holiday planner to the microwave and the plug sockets.
The video is the centrepiece of a campaign that includes social media engagement, online advertising and incentives to win a luxury holiday to Mexico. The concept, strategy and script were devised by Manchester digital agency, Code Computerlove.
Code Computerlove’s team members donned their awards dinner attire again last night to collect another top industry award.
This time it was the agency’s work for leading global charity Oxfam, which was recognised as Best Not-For-Profit Website in the annual Sitecore of the Year awards for the UK.
Sitecore is a leading Content Management System and its Site of the Year contest recognises customers who have developed the most outstanding website using Sitecore software. From its 2,700 customers worldwide, Sitecore selects winners from each of its regions and it was the United Kingdom’s turn this quarter (Q1- International; Q2- Denmark; Q4- North America.)