Category: Bubble Briefing

Royal Television Society Appoints Bubble Agency To Provide UK PR Services

Pinewood Studios, UK – 14 February 2018 – Bubble Agency, the global PR, marketing and events agency specialising in the media and entertainment technology and services sectors, has been appointed by the Royal Television Society (RTS) as its UK PR provider. The brief includes raising awareness of the RTS’ activities, reinforcing its position as a…

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SBG Sports Software Appoints Bubble as PR and Marketing Agency

– Innovative sports tech company seeks to improve communications and extend reach –  Pinewood Studios, UK – 19 January 2018 – Bubble Agency, the global PR, marketing and events agency specialising in the media and entertainment technology and services sectors, is pleased to announce that it has been engaged to provide PR and marketing services…

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Bubble Briefing: Roger Thornton

How did you get started in the broadcast industry? I began my working life designing chimneys. That rapidly lost its allure so I moved into doing marcoms for an air conditioning manufacturer; the gloss quickly came off that too, despite the initial thrill of getting my first company car. In 1985, bored to near-death one…

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Bubble Briefing: Will Dixon

It began in 2002 when Alex, Kev and I got together. Kev, a brilliant Creative, Alex, a highly skilled Project Manager and me…. (I like to think a half decent Account Manager) – Between us we had nearly 30 years’ experience in exhibitions, design and marketing services. These skills coupled with a sense of adventure and the belief that together we could offer a fantastic service – led to the birth of Design Original. We took the leap and 13 years’ later have never looked back.

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Bubble Briefing: Richard Welsh

At University I had an idea to build a software audio analyser for my final year project and my course leader suggested I approach some companies in the audio space for support. I wrote to the presidents and MDs of all the companies I could think of and although I got lots of “nice idea but no thanks”, Dolby asked me to go and visit them to talk. They ended up supporting the project through my final year and gave me a job when I graduated. So I’ve been lucky enough to be in the industry from day one out of University.

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Bubble Briefing: Rachel Hamilton

Since I was 13 I wanted to be a foreign correspondent, I guess by growing up in Libya I wanted to put the world to rights. I studied broadcast journalism and politics at university. Following this I worked for numerous radio stations in my spare time – my paid job was advertising sales for a b2b beauty magazine up North. I knew if I was going to get anywhere with journalism I had to be in London, so with the media sales experience I packed my bags and moved to London. My first job was AV Magazine…. I never planned for this to be my final destination.

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Bubble Briefing: Neil Goatcher

After several years working in logistics for General Freight Forwarding I joined LEP Fairs and Exhibitions in 1989 and then Exhibition Freighting 1994. The EF Group has Exhibition Freighting, EF-Travel, Exhibition Freighting USA and now EF-Engineering.

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