Political marketing is very different from business marketing and most MP’s, party leaders and their political advisers are not all that good at it. Plus they need to learn a lot more about social media.
What an amazing evening we had at Inner Temple on Wednesday, 13th May. It almost felt like summer as we sipped Lanson champagne on the Pegasus Terrace in the evening light at the heart of legal London.
Tuesday 17 February saw an unusual twist on traditional Shrove Tuesday events when Masters and Liverymen from a number of Worshipful Companies got together in Guildhall Yard to hold the 11th Inter-Livery Pancake Race.
The Central Criminal Court – popularly known as the ‘Old Bailey’ was the setting for an absolutely fascinating evening tour starting in Court No.
On 9 April the Thought Leadership Group assembled a fine group of speakers to continue the discourse on Measuring Marketing Effectiveness begun last year. The evening’s topic was Show me the ROI.
On a sunny Saturday morning Marketors and their guests met outside Holborn tube where our intrepid guide Sue was waiting to take us exploring through Lincoln’s Inn Fields. And yes they were fields in days gone bye.
Steeped in more than 1,000 years of history Westminster Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066. And on 22 February 30 Marketors and their guests enjoyed a rare and atmospheric tour of its history and architecture.