International Social Media Success For UK Charity

International Social Media Success For UK Charity

We’ve recently helped make a small UK charity’s exhibition a huge success through international social media. AdPlace handles social media and e-mail marketing for the Caring Matters Now charity that supports families affected by the condition Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN). Caring Matters Now recently held their ‘How do you C Me Now?’ exhibition in the Oxo Tower Wharf Gallery in London. It featured a series of photographs of children and adults born with CMN, a rare, untreatable and potentially life-threatening skin condition. The exhibition of 30 portrait images taken by celebrated photographer Brock Elbank. Elbank, who focuses on specific physical features, drew over 8,000 visitors. His photographs showed individuals with CMN from all over the world, many of whom visited the exhibition to discuss their condition with visitors. AdPlace Marketing’s social media manager, Amy Helliwell, worked closely with the Caring Matters Now trustees to ensure that the graphically striking images would be seen across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by the largest possible audience. Jodi Whitehouse, Caring Matters Now founder and CEO said:  “Part of our success in raising global awareness of our work is due to the dedication and commitment of Amy Helliwell who manages our social media platforms on a voluntary basis.  Amy is very social media savvy and has made our small charity known worldwide. Our followers have tripled over the last 12 months, which has exceeded all our expectations.” The social media and email campaigns by AdPlace Marketing ran before and during the exhibition. To find out more about Congenital Melanocytic Naevus and Caring Matters Now, please visit the Caring Matters Now website via this link....
How Do You C Me Now? Exhibition Opens 14th – 24th March 2019

How Do You C Me Now? Exhibition Opens 14th – 24th March 2019

A unique exhibition presented by Brock Elbank and Caring Matters Now Caring Matters Now is excited to announce the opening of ‘HOW DO YOU C ME NOW?’ exhibition at the gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf in central London on Thursday 14th March 2019. This is an exhibition of photographic images to raise awareness of Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN). The exhibition features some of the most inspirational children and adults affected by Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN)  from around the world has been produced in partnership with Brock Elbank. It is set to raise positive awareness of  CMN by giving a clear message to the world: to love the skin you are in!   Our client, Caring Matters Now, has received a huge amount of media interest over the past few days on Sky News, BBC and Channel 5, plus lots of radio coverage on Radio 5 Live and LBC. Keep an eye on the website for details of all the coverage we have received. The exhibition will be open to the general public with FREE admission from Thursday 14th – Sunday 24th March 2019. Click here for opening times  Please follow Caring Matters Now on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and help us to share this wonderful awareness project for CMN! Please use the hashtag #howdoyouCMeNow     We really hope you can go along and view the exhibition for yourselves, you will be warmly welcomed. These are two of the special digital billboards on Waterloo Bridge promoting this special event. The posters are two of three that each feature one of the exhibition models, who have come from 13 countries on five continents. We’re loving Out Of Home...
Dramatic 60-sec Zen Green Stage Video Debuts At PGA Show

Dramatic 60-sec Zen Green Stage Video Debuts At PGA Show

SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE, UK – – A dramatic new 60-second promotional video for Zen Green Stage demonstrates the exciting progress made in 2018 by the Sheffield-based Zen team. Visible now on Zen Oracle’s YouTube channel, the video was produced for last month’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida, where the Green Stage’s potential to provide the missing X-factor to golf simulators and launch monitors was widely commented upon by representatives of some of the golf world’s biggest technology brands. Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Henrik Stenson are among several Tour golfers shown using the Green Stage, as part of Sky Sports Golf’s coverage of last year’s Masters, Open Championship and Ryder Cup. Nicolas Colsaerts, Ian Poulter, Thomas Bjorn, Danny Willett, Paul Lawrie, David Howell, Rich Beem, putting coach Phil Kenyon and Sky Sports presenters Nick Dougherty, Claude Harmon III, Mark Roe, Rob Lee and Sarah Stirk also appear on the video. Revolutionising Golf on TV   John Rahm and Sergio Garcia also appear, in footage from the Ryder Cup 2018 intercut with Sky Sports studio footage showing presenters attempting to recreate and hole two vital putts the Spaniards made during last year’s matches. These clips also show a preview of the new ‘Zen Eye’ overhead graphics which are set to revolutionise the visual presentation of golf on TV – and in golf academies worldwide – in the next few months. The Zen Green Stage was also used at last year’s Players Championship and U.S Open Championship by Sky Sports. Described in the video as golf’s new practice revolution, the Tour-proven Zen Green Stage is now gaining popularity for putting,...