It’s been another busy month in Libertyland. Here’s what we’ve been up to, and what made us happy this autumn.
Sam and Dave Show They’ve Got Soul
Once again members of our team were asked to speak on the subject of Digital Marketing and some of the nitty gritty bits that keep the industry moving.
Both Sam and Dave gave excellent talks at Figaro Digital, leaving the audience with more than enough meat to chew on!
Phil the Phantastic Discusses Measuring Content
Our resident content curator Phantastic Phil (as he known to those around him) also gave one heck of a talk on measuring the value of digital content with our friends at Integrated Live.
As per, Phil wowed the audience and lived up to the reputation of his nickname.
Paul Plays Professor
He loves to lecture, so why not turn it into a profession?
Our resident marketing magician has undertaken a post at the University of South Wales showing the young ‘uns that older guys can still be fun know what they’re doing when it comes to digital marketing!
I Enjoy a Dynamic Digital Day
If I can just draw your attention away from that beautiful human above for a second…
Digital Day was once again a massive success, with the youths of today leaving school feeling truly inspired – and teaching me a fair bit too.
The students at Newport High School came up with some fantastic ideas, and it’s fair to say we’re looking forward to seeing them dominate the industry in years to come!
We Grow Majestic Moustaches for Movember
Everyone here at Liberty is particularly passionate about Movember, and once again we set out to raise money for the very important cause.
While the 5K was a bit of a mission for us desktop dynamos, it was a fantastic event that proved to be a massive success.
Our target was officially set at £1,000 and it’s safe to say that we absolutely smashed it, so well done to the whole team!
We Impress at the CIM Awards
It was a great night for all at the CIM awards this November, where we were nominated for three awards.
While we were a tad disappointed with the overall result (it’s not quite Craig David at the 2001 Brit Awards levels of injustice, but it’s close), it showed how far our company has come in a short space of time.
Plus, it was nice to see the lads dressed to impress for a change.