Bringing music to your ears!

LIMS (London International Music Show) at Excel once again presented a great opportunity for musicians from all over the country to get a hands on experience with the latest products to be released onto the market.

With three public days preceded by a trade day the show drew in the crowds, with visitors seemingly prepared to brave the Tube strike and problems on the Docklands Light Railway. Continue reading

The “not so silent” salesman

“We were briefed by the client to increase the awareness of Mitsubishi Canter within the Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle Dealer network. The device also needed to inform the customer about the versatility of the Mitsubishi Canter due to the absence of on-site salesperson in some of the Dealerships.

The solution was a bespoke stand which became the information hub for the Mitsubishi Canter. Continue reading

The Stony Stratford Classic Car Festival

Some of you already know that we helped with The Stony Stratford Classic Car Festival which took place on the Market Square Sunday June 7th 2009. The very wet start didn’t dampen the enthusiasm, with a much larger than expected turn out of both classic and interesting vehicles not to mention hordes of interested onlookers. a great day was had by everyone! A special thank you to the fellow sponsors and event helpers. click here to view the web site:

Our Man in Brazil, the epic trek

A captivating diary report from our friend Andrew Bullock who treked across Brazil on behalf of UNICEF. Across the Bocaina National Park, from Sao Jose do Barreiro to Mambucaba – Angra dos Reis. This is a central route made in stones by the slaves at the end of the 18th Century, originally used by the Guaianazes Indians and later by troops leading donkeys filled with gold from the Minas Gerais, and coffee from the vale paraibano………….thats why its called “Trilha Do Ouro” or “The Gold Route”. Continue reading

The Children’s Society – The Good Childhood Conversation

The Good Childhood Inquiry, commissioned by The Children’s Society, was launched in September 2006. As the UK’s first independent national inquiry into childhood its aims were to renew society’s understanding of modern childhood and to inform, improve and inspire all relationships with children.
Following the Inquiry, a summary report was launched in February 2009. Continue reading