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Showing Up with TEDxLondonWomen

Showing Up with TEDxLondonWomen

Inspiration overload at the end of 2019 for the empower team who were privileged to work with TEDxLondon on their TEDxLondon Women event. We were in awe of the powerful culture created in this volunteer-led team – professional, impactful, supportive, fun and so hard-working. A joy to work with. The …

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Freelance Designers sought – Work with Empower

Empower are seeking to increase our network of Freelance Designers to support our established team, working with amazing clients that are changing the world for good. We’re looking to get to know more talented designers who we can call on when needed. More details below about us and what we’re …

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Challenges for SMEs: empower’s Jaz Cummins featured in The Guardian

Empower Director Jaz Cummins was featured in The Guardian this week, commenting on the challenges for small businesses in 2017: “While the whole economy faces uncertainty, we are finding it easier to attract talent, partners, and great, engaged clients who love the affordable, personal and flexible service we provide.”

5 Facebook Live Tips For Broadcasting From Your Office

Planning a Facebook Live from your office, a studio or other venue? Following on from our 5 Facebook Live Lessons From A Crowded Rally, we’ve collated some lessons from Facebook Lives we’ve been part of, in more formal settings. For good technical and resource reasons, most Facebook Lives take place …

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10 Digital Marketing Trends to Watch

The digital marketing landscape continued to change and evolve in 2016, but with 2017 right around the corner we thought it would be useful to highlight some of the digital marketing trends we’ve spotted coming down the tracks.

Be A Virus, Not Viral – YouTube For Social Good

“Be a virus, not viral.” – that was my favourite takeaway from the YouTube for Social Good event that took place at Google’s new offices in Kings Cross, London. The event brought together guest speakers from channels that have been successful in using YouTube for social good to discuss storytelling, audience development, social movements and power of video, including Shabnam from SoulPancake and Jason Yee from the Jubilee Project.