Towering performances

Towering performances

Well done to the Everything cycling Everywhere team, which included peddle pushers from Samsung and Sony, for completing a 48-hour Paddington to Paris challenge. The team raised more than £50,000 for the Great North Air Ambulance Service. But they almost didn’t make it. With the 320-mile journey almost complete, and just 40 minutes to go, […]

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It’s Paris or bust for EE cyclists

It’s Paris or bust for EE cyclists

By the time you read this (hopefully) 11 staff at Everything Everywhere (including head honcho Olaf Swantee) will have spent two days in the saddle in a Samsung-sponsored charity ride pedalling from Paddington to Paris. It’s all to raise £50,000 for the Great North Air Ambulance Service. So, off you go to justgiving.com/EverythingEverywhere. You can make sure all those blisters and sore feet will not have […]

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Sponsorship’s a hit, man

Sponsorship’s a hit, man

Sponsoring an event gives a company a chance to promote itself with an event that reflects its brand values. So it’s interesting that networking services firm Kcom is sponsoring an organisation whose name is usually associated with extreme violence. But the ‘Yorkshire Mafia Summit’ is not really a bunch of gangsters from Leeds, but a business networking organisation of “tightly knit group of diverse industry executives who share […]

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George tries black mail

George tries black mail

Data Select is celebrating St George’s Day (today) with this curious rendition of Data Select executive chairman George McPherson engaging with Data Select owner Peter Jones of Dragon’s Den fame – ‘George & The Dragon’, geddit? So, a perfect opportunity for you to send us your rip-snortingly funny caption (editorial@ mobilenewscwp.co.uk). We’ll inspire you with: “I’ve already told you. Your cheque’s in the mail.”

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