It’s been great to see the reviews for our ‘Sanctuary’ film for the Mitsubishi ASX, receiving such a positive response from publications such as Little Black Book, David Reviews, Shots Magazine and more!
“The tongue-in-cheek spot focuses on the rehabilitation of one accountant, ‘Colin’, as the final scene shows the Mitsubishi ASX reuniting him with his family, perfectly parodying the inspirational tone of animals being released back into the wild.” – The drum
We’ve started 2019 by welcoming two new faces to the Golley team. Hannah Evans joins us as an Account Executive and Chris Williams as a Senior Graphic Designer, both will work in our creative communications department bringing to life client’s clients brief and working hard to deliver them in a creative and engaging way. Read on below to find out more!
“I graduated from Durham in the summer last year where I studied French & English. I’ve worked across different sectors before starting at Golley’s – in-house marketing for an independent publishing house, a dance company, and construction businesses.
I chose Golley’s for the collaborative and supportive atmosphere, fast-paced work style, and the great clients. I’m looking forward to working across the PR and Advertising teams on a range of integrated projects – so far everyone’s been lovely! “ – Hannah
“I have an experienced background in working within the design industry from
Photography Studios to Branding and Packaging agencies to even Engineering giants. I have an Automotive design degree which means I love all things cars!
This is what really attracted me to the role here at Golley Slater with the opportunity to work with such a world-renowned automotive brand such as Mitsubishi. I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone here at Golley Slater and get stuck into some challenging briefs.” – Chris
We’d also like to say welcome to Matt Hopkins, the newest member of the media team. Matt is a PPC specialist, with over 16 years’ experience in the PPC industry and has previously worked Go Compare and Peacocks.
This week we secured some great coverage for Folly Farm and their sloth retirement home. If you tuned into ITV’s This Morning on Wednesday, you might have seen the retired sloths Tuppee and Lightcap make their national TV debut where a comment from Holly on whether sloths explode if you turn them the right way up resulted in over 100 pieces of coverage for Folly Farm across the UK.
Their stint on This Morning was followed by an appearance on BBC News channel’s Beyond 100 Days, but if you missed them then don’t worry because you can read all about it over at LAD Bible where the story already has 147K shares – that’s a lot of love for some elderly sloths.
We welcomed Exterion to the Golley office this week who were visiting our media team, straight off the back of their conference to come and update them on everything that’s happening in 2019!
The digital rollout in the underground is gathering pace and the ability now to target audiences based on Experian profiles across the digital inventory. The Underground digital inventory is all full motion, we’re excited to see what 2019 brings!