At the Aerohub, Newquay Cornwall Airport, the BLOODHOUND Project successfully tested its unique hybrid rocket system, for first time.
Bell Stone Associates Ltd have had the exciting opportunity of being involved as a sponsor of the Bloodhound project. One we have very much enjoyed this summer. Supporting this project has required a lot of work indeed. We have though been happy to provide all the advertisement for this project; which included producing and installing advertising banners, staging areas, display screens, and most importantly the gantry that housed the rocket itself! At 4 meters (12 feet) long, 45.7 cm (18 inches) in diameter and 450kg in weight, BLOODHOUND’s rocket is the largest of its kind ever designed in Europe and the biggest to be fired in the UK for 20 years.
R2-D2 was unveiled to the market at two of the biggest toy events of the year.
Princess Leia herself was on hand to demonstrate this incredibly fun RC R2-D2,complete with an intergrated weeble wobble self uprighting mechanisim, which proved a great success to both retailers and Star Wars fans.
R2-D2 received fantastic media attention backed by strong orders and has been tipped as 2012 toy of the year. Watch the video below to see R2-D2 in action:
Quick Response (QR) Codes are two-dimensional codes that can be scanned with smart devices, such as iPhones, to provide access to content such as a link to a website, file download, SMS or potentially anything else you can create a hyperlink for.
QR Codes for Business
A recent study by a Baltimore advertising agency found that 32% of smart phone users have scanned a QR code. However, the British telecoms regulator Ofcom found that only a third of adults currently use a smart device. This means that until the smart phone market grows further, as it inevitably will, the market penetration is only around 15%.
That being said, according to the same Baltimore study 72% of smart phone users say they would be likely to remember an advertisement which included a QR code. These figures suggest that while QR codes are an effective marketing ploy, the scope of their effect is currently limited to quite a small, yet growing, population. Read More…
Pop-up shops appear to be opening everywhere thanks to their temporary nature, providing new and exciting shopping experiences in previously empty retail space. There are many benefits of pop-up shops, but how do you go about opening one for yourself?
The first stage of planning your pop-up shop should go into sourcing a good location. You need to be placed in an area with high footfall, whether it be a currently unoccupied shop, seasonal retail space within a shopping centre, or a co-working area within a current shop. Make sure that you acquire the necessary permission before you occupy your space (such as the city council for public outdoor areas). Read More…
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