StreetCar Party

Car manufacturers know that certain postcodes prefer certain marques. Leafy Suburbs are typically associated with Volvos and SUVs, trendy zones 2 with economically run-arounds and central with statement purchase -from supercars to electric roadsters. It’s no wonder that hyperlocal communication is used and works well. In particular live events. Car manufacturers have been using neighbourhood…Read More

Why we love local?

I could say it’s about communities, preserving the high street or livelihood of the families in neighbourhood. But in fact, I love local because it’s good for business. I am not just talking about small independent business. Big chains spoke to us from swanky billboards and TV ads about how they are committed to source…Read More

Location, Location, location

Nowhere is this phrase more relevant than in the property sector. In fact, it also applies to the Estate Agents premises. Good prominent shop front, with the right traffic is one of the best marketing tools you can have. Here is where potential vendors will first find out about your brand and the type of…Read More

All fronts

Shop Fronts are the first impression your business makes. No wonder brick-and-mortar businesses spend thousands of pounds investing in their window presence. Technology has made it easier. With digital screens allowing easy content update which can further be targeted using weather or traffic data, businesses can stay relevant. Shop front is the most effective marketing…Read More

Campaign of the Month – NadiX

We have a first product launch under our belt! New York designer Bille Whitehouse launched her vibrating yoga pants at Selfridges and used Flow City to promote the launch. It is worth to mention that we were able to support the launch of NadiX in the busiest shopping district, for under £1000!  NadiX was shown on taxis as well as in 5 office buildings nearby, for a whole week….Read More