Now you can’t go to a festival with a name like John Smith (sorry, all the John Smiths. Nothing personal.) You need a proper festival name. Because going somewhere like Glastonbury can lead to lying in the Healing Fields pondering, life, the universe, and wondering who you really are. Nothing doing on the first two, but fortunately, we can help with that last one. Find out your festival name and base all your future decisions on it.
Fancy yourself as a festival veteran, or does even the mention of no showering for days have you backing away in horror? Love it or loathe it, Glastonbury is upon us once again, and we’ve got the best quiz around for you to discover once and for all what kind of festival go-er you are. Let’s do this thing…
This week Instagram updated their app to include Instagram Stories; the new feature allows you to share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile. Over on Instagram’s blog they say that:
- You don’t have to worry about over posting (no more having to scroll past 56 photographs of buildings in Barcelona because your mate’s there on a city break)
- You can be as creative as you want,
In honour of BTTF Day, we watched Back To The Future II and thought we’d run down the trends that actually exist now… and maybe a few of the less likely ones!
We hate to break this to you, but you may need to prepare yourself for the simple fact that we most likely will never get a ‘Dislike’ button. As a consolation prize, Facebook has just begun to roll out the closest thing we’ve seen yet, Reactions.
This month marks our 10th birthday and like you we’re thinking where has all that time gone? Looking back at 2005 a lot has changed; It was the year YouTube aired its first video, when terrorism hit home, where the USB replaced the floppy disk and when England, after 18 years, regained The Ashes.
We’re organising an event in Manchester on Saturday. Watch this for a sneaky peak of what’s it about!
So my name is Shadi Shadlou and I have recently joined the PR team as an Account Manager. I have worked in PR for the last six years and have been lucky to have worked on some fantastic accounts like: Yazoo, Warburtons, Kenwood, Beko, Unilever, Diageo and Morrisons.
The last three months at Raw have been fantastic and I very much enjoy working here. The Agency is a full service Communications Agency, giving me the opportunity to work across various accounts.
At 18 years old, it seemed a good
idea to fly the coup and move 300 miles away to a city that was soon to be
branded the ‘saddest place to live in Britain’. Guessed yet? I moved all
the way north to Aberdeen
for university. After too many cold years, I’ve managed to escape and move back
to my homeland of Yorkshire with a
Communication with Public Relations degree.
What better way to spend a Thursday evening than competing with your work colleagues against industry rivals, in a battle of wits and knowledge, all in the name of charity?! That’s exactly what we did last night at the CIPR Charity Event held at the Alea Casino.
Pre-quiz we spent hours swatting up in the office, rigorously printing off and filling in pub quizzes, cramming in as much general knowledge as we could.