What happens when luxury property, marketing and technology collide? A sensationally tailored app and an award for ‘Development Marketing’ from the International Property Awards...

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Most marketers and clients now accept that responsive websites - those that change their layout and presentation depending on the device being used to view them - are an absolute necessity. With a recent Forbes study showing that 71% of mobile users (when encountering a site that isn't optimised for the smartphone) will immediately return to their search results, this need in unequivocal...

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So you're used to eBay to look for that gift you can't find on the high street. Maybe you've also used Gumtree for more localised purchasers. With eBay buying up Gumtree, many were wondering what would now become of the localised-marketplace and if eBay would have any competition in this space.

Suddenly stepping into this area is Facebook, with the launch of their free Marketplace on their mobile app... 

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The ever-evolving London skyline is soon to welcome its latest addition, Spire London. Soaring above the cityscape at 771ft, the building is set to become the tallest residential tower in Western Europe. As the strategic creative agency behind the launch of the scheme, we’re thrilled with the acclaim that the development has already received, from The Times to The Daily Mail to The Week.

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If you can lose it...Tile it!

Written by Jason Anderson

Tags: Tile It Apps News

 

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Are you always losing things? Your keys, your bag, your cat? Yes? Of course you are, that's why you'll have to loiter outside your home tonight until your flatmate gets home...

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We are proud to announce our involvement in The Next Big Thing — a new, international competition launched by Estates Gazette in association with Cluttons and RICS. By the year 2083, the UN predicts that the world will have a population of more than 10 billion people and while this number is growing, our space is shrinking. So, The Next Big Thing is on the hunt for the most innovative solutions to our imminent global population crisis and is calling all architects, designers, developers, urban planners, politicians and beyond to submit their forward-thinking ideas.

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