Next week HSMAI in Norway will have its first meeting with their brand new Advisory Board on Event Marketing.
Attention to overall communication ranks high on HSMAI’s agenda. Bearing in mind that events have become an increasingly important element for … Read more
Thursday November 6th at World Travel Market (WTM) in London
HSMAI Europe 3rd Annual Digital Marketing Conference will take place on Thursday November 6th at WTM, South Gallery Rooms 23-26. Registration from 9 AM and the educational programme starts at … Read more
According to a press release from Ryanair, the airline, today (9 November) launched its 2011 Ryanair Cabin Crew Charity Calendar, which it hopes will raise up to €100,000 for German charity “Tafel”, which provides food to people in need all … Read more
They keep telling us not to judge the book by its cover, but we’re all mere humans, easily seduced by an inviting exterior, rendering appearances all the more important. Granted most people would be reluctant to revisit a restaurant if … Read more
British Airways is keeping its customers ‘appy with a new app that allows customers to save time and check-in on their smartphones, according to a BA press release today.
Executive Club iPhone users can use the new app to display … Read more
The Polish hospitality magazine Hotel Profit just announced its plans of expansion. From September 2009 it will be available also in English, and published in the entire CEE region. Read more
For the last four years this hospitality B2B monthly was focused …
LONDON, UK — In a Cannes first, the Obama for America presidential campaign, created by the Obama for America team, scooped the Grand Prix in both the Integrated and Titanium categories.
The Titanium category, which seeks to celebrate ideas that … Read more
LONDON, UK — The adland legend Charles Saatchi is to produce a new book answering 200 questions put to him by journalists, critics and members of the public.
According to the publisher Phaidon, the notoriously reclusive Saatchi will answer the … Read more
TRAVELERS at the Liverpool Street Station in London were surprised one morning last January when several hundred commuters, rather than scurrying onto their trains, started dancing.
A day and a half later, the routine, captured by hidden cameras, showed … Read more