We Support Design Havens for Heroes

Design Havens for Heroes is a charity initiative launched by interior designer, Francesca Rowan-Plowden to bring together an inspiring community of talent from the interior design field. The aim is to create room makeover “havens” for accredited NHS key workers who have been working on the front line during the COVID-19 crisis, and who will, undoubtedly, need the benefit of rest and calm in their own homes, after dealing with the emotional and physical demands of tackling the pandemic.

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Listen In

We are delighted to have teamed up with six other marketing specialists to bring you the marketing club webinar – Accelerating out of Lockdown

A free-to-access marketing resource aimed at helping companies navigate their way out of coronavirus lockdown – Wildwood’s Senior Account Manager, Lorraine Nugent, will be highlighting tips for effective communication. Lorraine has a great deal of experience working with a wide range of clients running effective PR and Marketing Campaigns both nationally and internationally.

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Reaping the benefits of a work placement at Wildwood

By Rosie Lincoln, Bournemouth University student

I began my placement year with Wildwood in 2018, and thus far, it has probably been the most memorable and invaluable experience that I’ve had in my four years of university. Taking on a year-long work placement was optional, but I chose this route because university is so much more than just a degree. It’s very important for you to be able to stand out from the crowd and offer future employers more than other candidates have to offer and doing a work placement provides this differentiator. This has already proven to be true in the job applications that I’ve started.

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Steering your communications in a crisis

By Sam Ward, Senior Account Manager

In these extraordinary times it would be remiss to say that it’s ‘business as usual’ at Wildwood. However, as much as possible, we are certainly ‘open for business’ and continuing to operate as normal a service as possible. The team is all set up to work from home and we’re even managing a team meeting every morning – often with an extra guest or two (a dachshund, a toddler, two Siamese cats, a cockatiel and Oscar’s Dad, so far!).

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Going hard for equality

By John Houston

If you were to ask the woman or man in the street who is the greatest British cyclist of all time, you are likely to get one of three answers: Bradley Wiggins; Tour de France (TdF) winner and Gold Medal Olympian, Chris Froome, four times TdF winner (and planning on a shot at a fifth title), or Mark Cavendish multiple TdF stage winner, and arguably the best sprinter ever to have ridden a bike. All good, worthy shouts.

There aren’t many today, if any, who would say what I would consider to be the right answer – Beryl Burton.

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ISE AVIXA Networking Event

Are Networking Events the New Press Conference?

By Becky Vance, Digital Manager

As official sponsors of the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) press office, the Wildwood team was out in force at ISE 2020, from the 10th to 14th February. We have several clients on the show floor, so the team were busy accompanying media to stands, talking business, and making new contacts. But for me, one of the most satisfying parts of ISE was seeing the turnout and value gained from our client’s networking events.

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