Happy 2018 everyone! I hope you had a good break and managed to find some time to relax in amongst the obligatory Christmas chaos! So, be honest, did you make any New Year’s Resolutions for this year? It’s estimated that around 40% of Americans usually do, but in Britain the proportion vowing to better ourselves is nearer 20%. Most focus on our health – eating better, losing weight, exercising more – and, of course, most of us have forgotten all about our resolutions by the end of January.
As Christmas fast approaches, we’re busy working with customers on a number of exciting events to take place over the festive period.
At Brouha, we absolutely love the opportunity to support the planning and management of events our customers want to hold. Whether it be a trade show, dinner dance, anniversary party or corporate golf day, we’ve got the experience to know how to make it a success. But, if you’re not used to doing it, planning an event can seem a pretty daunting task.
You’ve finished a great installation and you want to get some pictures of it. If you get some good ones they’ll go on your website. If they’re really good they can be used for adverts or brochures. But you haven’t got a lot of time, the weather’s not great and your photos never seem to look quite as good as you’d hoped.
Sound familiar? Probably, because it’s the same for everyone. Taking good pictures can be difficult – it’s why we have professional photographers.
In the early days, the use of social media was most commonly a personal way to network with friends, to share photos and keep in touch. As time has passed and the tools have evolved, more and more brands are realising the opportunities and benefits that effective social networking can have on a business and using it to their advantage. Savvy brands are busy gaining fans and followers and using social networking as a way to give an insight into the company ethos. Facebook and Twitter allow brands to not only promote their offering, but also to let people know who they are and what they are about, a much more personal approach is customary.