Last month, we welcomed leading experts together for a panel discussion about the future of influencer marketing. Our findings? Despite the noise, reports of the industry’s death are greatly exaggerated…
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.
“Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong.”
In just 40 characters, Daryl Morey, General Manager of the NBA’s Houston Rockets, charged his way into the Hall of Fame for the most commercially costly tweets of all-time, taking a seat next to none other than the Snapchat-tanker herself, Kylie Jenner.
Welcome to October’s edition of ‘Future Now’ – a curated collection of the coolest creative tech stories we spotted this month.
ENGINE hires our first Chief Experience Officer Rob Chalmers. This newly created role is tasked with leading our Brand and Experience Consultancy; with a focus of driving growth through the design of innovative brands and connected experiences.
We’re relaunching one of the nation’s most loved. A new campaign and rebrand that encompasses every element of the insurer’s identity, from the company logo to its iconic figurehead.
Born Free Foundation has launched an emotive film to show the brutal reality of a lion’s life in South Africa.
‘The Bitter Bond’ is a 2-minute animated film, crafted by our talented creatives James Hodson and Jason Keet in collaboration with Zombie Studios and Blinkink.
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.
A giant pair of lungs, filling in near-real time with smoke representing some of the toxic gases that Londoners breathe every day, has been erected on London’s South Bank to mark the start of a new initiative for E.ON.
Lisa Parfitt, MD of ENGINE Sport, speaks to James Corrigan, Golf Correspondent for The Telegraph, to explore why women’s golf has to differentiate itself, shed outdated perceptions and seize the opportunities for brand investment in a very uncluttered space.