The Corporate Communications Conference – Influential, Innovative, Impactful

Join 33 senior corporate communications innovators from brands such as BP, MetLife, BBC News, The Co-op, BMW, The Body Shop, Avon, NHS England, Channel 4 as they share fresh ideas, pioneering approaches and new tactics for innovative, high-impact corporate communications strategies which deliver results on 8th February in London.

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Date: 8 February 2017
Location: One America Square, UK

TechTalks@Cass - Visual Commerce: Making Instagrams Shoppable

TechTalks@Cass are intimate, in-depth interviews with some of the UK’s most innovative and inspirational tech entrepreneurs. Matt Cowan interviews Jose de Cabo, Co-Founder of Olapic.

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Date: 25 June 2014
Location: Main Auditorium, Cass Business School, UK

22 Vine and Instagram Ideas

Instagram and Vine

Really clever things are happening on Vine and Instagram, two free social apps that ask us to communicate through images. Sift's Digital Engagement Manager, Elena Goodrum asks:

How can not-for-profits make the most of them?

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Instagram Faceplants, Flickr Back From Dead

Instagram's Head in Your Hands Moment

What a bizarre couple of weeks for the image conscious, or at least the photographically-minded, first Instagram severs it's close ties with Twitter, then ratchets up user anger with a dramatic changes in its terms, enabling it to sell users' photos.

Meanwhile, over at Flickr, the once beloved haunt of pictures the product development wheels have cranked into high gear with numerous updates including a well-received and surprisingly snazzy mobile app.

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One Flew the Cuckoo's Nest: Instagram Ends Integration with Twitter

twitter instagram

In the latest social media battle, Instagram has switched off their integration with 'Twitter Cards', the app used to display multimedia within tweets - meaning we're no longer treated to twitterfeeds enhanced by beautiful photography (albeit mostly of cats and food).

So why the move back to 140 characters, a link and strangely cropped images? Speaking at Le Web '12 last week, Kevin Systrom, Instagram's founder and CEO, said the decision was "an evolution of where we want links to our content to go."

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#InstagramYourCity - Winner, Runners Up & Finalists Announced!

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After 10,000+ entries globally, including Bogata's skyline, LA's beaches, Barcelona's architecture, Hong Kong's night lights, Chicago's public art and of course London's various attractions through the Jubilee and heading into the Olympics, #InstagramYourCity has announced it's city and overall winners.

The tough decisions came down to a judging panel of Dan Rubin, Columbian photographer Mauricio Velez, social media leader Todor Krecu, founder of Stickygram Kejia Zhu and Social Media Week's founder Toby Daniels.

The winning image and all city finalists are included below.

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Fancy Yourself as an Olympic Reporter? Apply to be a #CitizenCurator & Share your Experiences


University of Westminster and Museum of London are on the hunt for 12 #citizencurators to record life in London during the Games.

As everyone knows, the great moments of the Olympics will be photographed & written about, with opinions of organisors, commentators and celebrities in the media - but what about the experience of the humble London resident?

That's where the #citizencurators come in! #Citizencurators is a research project developed by the University of Westminster for the Museum of London that explores what it is like to live in London during the Olympic fortnight (July 27 – August 12).

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Social Media Week's #InstagramYourCity Competition Ends - See London's 1000+ Entries


The wonderful Social Media Week competition, #InstagramYourCity, where entrants submitted edited photos of this September's 15 Social Media Week cities, has come to an end!

Running from 1st May til 30th June, here in London we've had over 1000 fabulous entries, all of which can be viewed on our two Pinterest boards:

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Simon Says: Tweet, Pin and Like me, please.


All I’ve been hearing about recently is Pinterest. The pinboard styled start-up that allows you to create image-based collections of things that matter to you. A great and simple concept, and having been a member for over a month now I can honestly say I love it.

Pinterest has found its way into the hearts and browsers of millions of people. But why? Well, in the past couple of years there’s been a growing need to share things. I say need; it’s more a “want” from people. We don’t need to share any of this information, but we’re compelled to.

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