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The Response Revolution!

What do top brands such as Ikea, Apple, Waitrose KFC, and Nivea all have in common? The era of digital-only marketing has well and truly come to an end. In contrast to the panicked scramble online, the medium that is re-gaining attention is print. Gemini Print Marketing Director Suzanne Heaven confirmed: “the difference nowadays is the strategy setting, planning, design standards, audience targeting and focus on the quality standards that will achieve response and results when preparing for print.” Brands such as Harley-Davidson use print to engage with the worldwide Harley Owners Group (HOG) community of riders while Waitrose [...]

October 22nd, 2019|

Trust & Tolerance in London

Audiences in excess of 10 million people have enjoyed the annual outdoor festival Totally Thames since it’s launch. Originally called The Thames Festival (until 2014) Totally Thames works with children and young people in London, across the UK and the world to connect people to their rivers through creative arts-based education – collaborating with international artists and welcoming new and emerging artists to celebrate the heritage, archaeology and richness of the tidal Thames river. Gemini Print director Mark Tulley worked with Totally Thames 2019 festival team to create the Programme of Summer Events and was privileged to be invited [...]

September 23rd, 2019|

“Making a Right Song and Dance” for The Starr Trust

Many of you will recall the now infamous trophy-winning performance in June when Gemini Print Managing Director, Steve Cropper, and Shoreham by Sea’s singer-songwriter Alex Banks http://alexbanks.co.uk/  joined forces to perform a cabaret act!  Donning wigs, gowns and heels the duo (remembering that Steve ‘does not sing and does not dance.’!) entertained an audience of more than 600 guests at the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People’s Midsummer Ball at the Brighton Hilton Metropole with a corset bursting performance of Lady Marmalade. The ball is an annual event to raise funds for four charities focussed on young people.  Chestnut [...]

August 28th, 2019|

Great Benefits for new Supporters!

The Ropetackle Arts Centre has become one of the region's most successful venues and community facility attracting more than 50,000 visitors a year.  A registered charity, run by a tiny team plus the hard work of many volunteers.  Supported by a range of sponsoring business, Friends and Sponsors but the centre is in crisis without more support. As is common with most arts venues, Ropetackle cannot survive without subsidy and support. Ropetackle 2020 is the fundraising appeal to the community.  The aim is to raise £30,000 from the community which will enable them to apply for [...]

August 27th, 2019|

Gemini Print Flying High with Eastbourne Airshow 2019

Despite the best efforts of the weather to curtail the fun the Eastbourne Airshow 2019 was enjoyed by thousand, proving why it achieves the accolade of “Britains Best Airshow” celebrating 28 years of excellence. With more than 50 displays the Airshow ranges from the deep roars of the RAF Typhoon to the skills of the Wingwalkers and daring parachutists.  (The Tigers Parachute Display Team confirmed the good news that despite an accident when landing there were no serious injuries). Sadly the poor weather meant the cancellation of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Guests enjoyed the [...]

August 20th, 2019|