Happy Friday! We’ve made it to the weekend – read on to find out what we’ve been up to at Plus 1 Communications.
Our fearless leader and managing director, Karen Lane, celebrated her birthday last weekend, so, since it’s still her birthday week, happy birthday Karen!
Kintsugi released a brand new edition of their magazine this week. The energy issue is full of articles and tips on mindfulness and wellbeing, from useful apps to beauty products – you can read it here.
We’ve started working with a brand new client, Tough Love Advisors, a business consultancy and advisory company. We’ll be kicking off our social media work for them early next week, but until then you can check out their pages over on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok – and why not give them a follow while you’re there?
The restaurant and bar Boiler & Co has had some coverage online – you can check out the reviews on SquareMeal and The Nudge before you make your reservation.
Aventur have published a new blog in the run up to International Women’s Day (it’s on the 8th March) all about the barriers preventing women from investing, and what Aventur’s doing to change that. You can read the full blog here.
The Aldenham Education Group hosted a free webinar on Wednesday, for prospective parents of their new school in Riyadh. The session, hosted by Vicky Gocher (Aldenham Prep Riyadh’s founding headmistress), James Fowler (CEO of The Aldenham Foundation), and Alec Nejad (Managing Partner at the Aldenham Education Group), explored Aldenham’s unique approach to education and showcased the model that makes schooling at Aldenham so special.
Cyber Security Associates published a new blog this week, sharing emergency cyber hygiene advice for anyone looking to boost their cyber security defences – have a read of the blog here.
Read on to find out some of the biggest updates and new features from the world of social media networks.
The environmental activist group Greenpeace launched a new campaign this week to raise awareness of climate change. It teamed up with the video game Grand Theft Auto, with the help of their creative agency partner VMLY&R Brazil, to show players what the real-life effects of climate change would be on Los Santos, a virtual version of Los Angeles.
It’s one of the most famous online cities, and to try and hit home the urgency of the environmental crisis, Greenpeace launched a playable version of the map for people to explore, complete with flooded coastlines, dried-up rivers and air pollution. The game, ‘Los Santos +3ºC,’ was available online from the 22nd to the 25th of February. Players wore face masks in the game, and could take part in missions like delivering clean drinking water and rescuing climate refugees. It also linked to donation pages, where players could sign petitions calling on governments to call for a climate emergency.
You can find out more, and watch the trailer, here: