2019 has been a massive year for ENGINE. We’ve changed shape. We’ve upgraded our website. We’ve welcomed fresh talent. We’ve got a new look and a new voice. We made Robert De Niro an offer he couldn’t refuse and we showed Antandec how banks are done. We’ve done some stunning work which won us a ton of awards.
This Christmas here at ENGINE we decided to scrap the ENGINE Christmas party and do our bit for the community instead.
There were eight or nine of us playing keepie uppie; although, the number varied as different men joined, and others drifted off. Some were friends and others vague acquaintances. I knew no one.
An outsider would’ve thought we’d begun our festive celebrations early if they’d visited ENGINE this week. With two ceremonies this week and big wins at both we’ve been rejoicing early.
In 2019 our work with Women’s Aid has won over 10 awards and now it has added two more to its list.
On the 30th October, our recent work with Santander ‘MC Grindah’s Deadliest Dupes’ won at The Drum Content Awards.
On Monday to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth we hosted POETclopedia with The Pitch Fanzine. A truly inspiring night, listening to the 6 up and coming, young black artists.
Welcome to October’s edition of ‘Future Now’ – a curated collection of the coolest creative tech stories we spotted this month.
I hear you, you’re busy. Look, I’m busy too; so, I’m going to get quickly to the point.
If you’re lucky enough that your employer allows you discretionary leave to volunteer for a good cause – at ENGINE we get two days per year – then do it. It’s a no-brainer.
Ronald Reagan owes the start of his political career to the power of branded content. True story. The 40th President of the United States was the star of General Electric Theatre – a GE-funded programming strand that started on radio before moving to TV in the 1950s and 60s – that made him a household name.