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  • iDigital and Radison Blu Edwardian co-host an informal networking evening for our digital marketing peers and invite you to join us!

    Posted by on June 15, 2012

    iDigital with Radisson Blu Edwardian will be co-hosting a Networking Drinks evening on Thursday 21st June from 6-8pm. The evening will give you the opportunity to network with digital marketing peers and representatives from Forum Events, whilst enjoying complimentary drinks and canapés. Venue:Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer St, 20 Mercer Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9HD, London
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  • Making the most out of client agency relationships – BIMA Breakfast Bites 8 Oct

    Posted by on October 9, 2008

    At the recent BIMA Breakfast Bites, Kerry Glazer, Chief Executive at AAR (the UK’s leading agency search, selection and relationship consultancy), offered a unique insight into client/agency relationships – looking at why they fail and how to reduce the risk of this happening. To examine this in more detail, AAR commissioned a piece of research
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  • B3 – BIMA Breakfast Bites October 2 – Organic Growth in the Credit Crunch

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    Last week, BIMA welcomed agency legend Chris Cowpie as its guest speaker at Soho House. Chris recently co-authored “How To Win Friends And Influence Profits – the art of winning more business from your existing clients” and was generous in sharing some of his top tips on how to grow one’s business organically. In his
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  • BIMA Breakfast Bites with Kerry Glazer, Chief Executive, AAR

    Posted by on October 2, 2008

    Just under one week to go for the next Breakfast Bite from BIMA A unique insight into client agency relationships – why they fail and how to reduce the risk Speaker: Kerry Glazer, Chief Executive, AAR Date: Wednesday 8th October 2008 Time: 08:30 – 10:00 hrs Venue: Soho House Members’ Club, 21 Old Compton Street
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  • Breakfast Bites – Craig Menzies, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

    Posted by on June 19, 2008

    Web design, Client / Agency Relationship Meltdown and the Big Bad Recession. Finding an agency from the client perspective is really difficult – harder than ever. But making a long term productive working relationship is even harder. The aim in web design to get a straight line from start to finish. Clients try to find
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  • BIMA Breakfast Bites, Digital and the Economic Downturn

    Posted by on June 13, 2008

    There is just one week to go before the first in the second series of BIMA Breakfast Bites: ‘Digital and the Economic Downturn’. This is an exceptional opportunity to meet Craig Menzies, Forrester Research Senior Analyst and author of the Forrester Wave European Interactive Agencies Web Design Capabilities. I’m delighted to say that Craig recently
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  • Innocent speaks publicly for the first time

    Posted by on April 7, 2008

    This is a bite not to be missed as it’s the first time that Innocent have spoken publicly! At this Bite Ted will discuss how innocent drinks are falling forwards fast to gain real time research and insights whilst building a loyal culture of brand advocates online. Ted is open for questions. Date: 15th April
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  • Bite2: Channel 4, UK Tribes – Mapping Out Youth Culture

    Posted by on April 2, 2008

    Stephanie Matthews and Ed Couchman – Channel 4 The Channel 4 proposition depends heavily on the 16-24 demographic. They needed research to enable improved alignment with this audience. They want to plug into network culture and found three main ways that define each group, Music, Fashion and The Qualitative research – Described 23 youth “Tribes”
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  • Breakfast Bites with Ramp Industry

    Posted by on March 20, 2008

    Andrew Crysell, Managing Director, Ramp Industry Word of mouth is a much sought-after marketing effect but the reality is that it is hard to generate. Content can create the traction to start WOM, although it is often started with cynicism and humour or negative commentary. The challenge for marketers is to find your audience, give
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  • AOL buys Bebo

    Posted by on March 14, 2008

    Mark Zuckerberg has been mentioned a few times on this blog. As a genuine Generation Y guy, his stated philosophy is to connect the world, and is using the investments he gets to fund the chunky server farms needed to support the more than 67 million users on Facebook to continue to connect the world.
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Recent Comments

  • Free Range Web: Looks like a great night was had by all. Congratulations to you and your team
  • Lucy Hastings: I have been following your teams progress and I must say I am impressed. Lots of luck to you.
  • Lauren Goodenough: Fab night guys! thanks to you all at BIMA and al of the sponsors too! Next year if Despark are...
  • Philip Tommy: This is a very useful article for people working in the web design and web development field.I would...
  • Ad Republic: Is this get together taking place again in 2016 Nadine?