Our regular round-up of what’s been going on in the Golley Slater Cardiff office over the last seven days.
Some of the creative team took a trip to Rhyl this week to begin shooting for a new top secret campaign. Our video producer, Luke, took creative intern Tom along to give him a look behind the scenes at an advertising shoot and hands-on experience in a fast-paced agency!
With top floor, panoramic views and even a TV in the bathroom, this was one trip out of the office we were definitely looking forward to.
This week we were asked to film the presidential suite for our client Hilton Cardiff, and create a short social media video giving followers a sneak peek of the best views in the city.
This week we launched the Welsh Government’s SHELL (Skills, Higher Education and Lifelong Learning) Apprenticeships advertising campaign, for the second year running.
The campaign aims to highlight the benefits of apprenticeships as an exciting career option for young people, with the opportunity to both earn a wage while working and developing loads of practical skills through training. The campaign, which features four real apprentices from across Wales, can be seen across a variety of media platforms including radio, street liners, train panels, digital and social media – so keep your eyes peeled.
Toolmaker Lizzie Roberts, one of the case studies for our Apprenticeship campaign, was interviewed this week by BBC Wales’ Caryl Parry Jones. She discussed why she felt an apprenticeship was right for her and why she is now encouraging more women to choose a career in the STEM sector. To listen to the full interview, click here!
We also secured coverage on Made in Cardiff’s news bulletin where they interviewed another case study, Dan Cooksley, a young father from Cardiff, to watch the full interview click here.