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All these businesses & brands have booked, have you?

We have already taken bookings from some of the UK's biggest business and brands including Virgin Atlantic, Hiscox, Global Radio, NEC, TK Maxx, Tesco, Action Aid, AEG, Sports England, Warwick University, House of Fraser, IBM, The Prince’s Trust, BBC, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, The Guardian, Volvo, Nationwide Building Society, KLM. Media and ATL agencies including OMD (EMEA & Manning Gottlieb), FUSE, Havas, M&C Saatchi, SMG, iProspect. Not to mention many of our CMA member agencies plus lots of content agencies from across Europe and as far as Dubai! Read more »

12thNov 2014

The CMA celebrates record number of new members

The Content Marketing Association (CMA), the industry body for the content marketing industry, has announced a record number of members joining the association this month. This follows the move to broaden its membership policy – opening up to media agencies in late 2013, media owners in June 2014 and brands in September 2014. Read more »

Posted in CMA news
6thOct 2014

Our iPad review - is it good news for publishers?

What is it? - There can't be too many people in publishing who don't know what an iPad is. Over the past few months the device has been hyped as everything from the future of computers through to the saviour of publishing. The truth is it is an innovative (though not that innovative as similar devices have been available for years) touch screen PC. Read more »

Posted in Multichannel
30thApr 2010

Think announces new client: Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP

Think announces new client: Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP

Think is delighted to announce that Field Fisher Waterhouse is the latest client to join its portfolio, strengthening the leading independent customer publisher's position in the legal sector. Read more »

Posted in Member news
30thApr 2010

Sunday Publishing launch historic second world war website

Sunday Publishing launch historic second world war website

Some of the world's most eminent historians are to appear in a vast new online project that aims to shed new light on the second world war and provide a growing archive of audio, visual and text information about the conflict.

The site, which is due to launch next week and has been built by Sunday Publishing, is intended to appeal to the growing number of people who have fuelled the recent boom in history books, as well as to students and teachers.

Read more about the project on www.guardian.co.uk Read more »

Posted in Member news
30thApr 2010

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