IAB, Click Consult, Numo Group and More

Our Weekly Round Up shares the latest news and insights from our exhibitors, sponsors and event partners. Numo Group share how to stand out in a saturated marketplace, Bruntwood explore the link between the workplace and innovation, Lunar Aerial Imaging experience recognition as their work is featured on popular television shows, IAB UK share what Twitter’s Senior executives think about brands using video on their platform and Click Consult share 5 ways to ensure your Christmas marketing campaign is a Christmas cracker.

Numo Group

Getting seen online in a highly competitive market can mean the difference between success and failure of a business. A great product isn’t enough if non one ever sees it. So, how are you going to drive traffic to your website? Numo Group share a case study all about the brand awareness work they did for leading provider, Healthy Pets Insurance. You can read more, here.


Studies show that the younger generation of workers have helped to bring in a new age of attitudes towards work, where it’s no longer soley about roles and rewards but also about environment and space. Bruntwood share why the workplace is linked to staffing, innovation and growth. Find out more, here.

Lunar Aerial Imaging

Lunar Aerial Imaging have recently experienced some great recognition in the press about their footage being shown on TV. Most recently Cold Feet and the Detectives. You can find out more, here.


This week, Twitter’s IAB UK Digital Upfronts session was all about video. Senior executives from the platform were keen to highlight the video opportunities for publishers and brands. Twitter’s Global Director of Video & Agencies, Ryan Moore – “It is probably the best way to build your brand on our platform”. You can find out more, here.

Click Consult

Christmas is just a couple of months away and savvy brands will already have their seasonal content marketing strategies in place. Click Consult have shared ‘5 ways to ensure your Christmas marketing campaign is a Christmas cracker’. You can read more, here.