Golley’s week that was #40

Our regular round-up of what’s been going on in the Golley Slater Cardiff office over the last seven days.

#1 We started filming a new organ donation campaign

We have spent the last 3 years raising awareness of the Organ Donation legislation change here in Wales, so we were delighted when after a competitive pitch, we won a new contract for a brand-new campaign to encourage more people to talk about their views on, and decisions about, Organ Donation. This week we started filming (pictured above) with Orchard Media & Events Group, with SFX by Rough Collie and photography by Gareth Iwan Jones. We love working on such an important message and can’t wait for this campaign to go live in just a few weeks.

#2 We welcomed a new addition to the advertising team

This week we’ve welcomed Ella Bradley to our Golley Slater Cardiff family. Ella, who has a background in marketing and events has joined us as a new account executive in our advertising department. Ella will be working with a variety of clients across public and private sectors including Welsh Government and Mitsubishi Motors.

#3 The new Cardiff BID branding for “For Cardiff” was unveiled

On Thursday night, the Cardiff Business Improvement District (BID) revealed a new look and brand – ‘FOR Cardiff’ – which was developed by our creative department. Re-imagined to give a clearer message of what the organisation is doing for the Welsh capital, FOR Cardiff is making sure its name is representative of its purpose. To find out more about what BIDs are and how they benefit the cities they exist in, visit cardiffbid.com.

#4 We shot some creepy content for Folly Farm

With Halloween just around the corner, this week we’ve been editing some creepy content for our client Folly Farm to share on their social media channels at the end of the month. We don’t want to spill the beans on exactly what they’ve got in store for their followers, but you can safely assume that it will include a few meerkats, some cheeky monkeys, and the odd pumpkin for good measure!