After the success of last year’s PR campaign, Marie Curie has once again chosen to work with Curated on a four-month digital PR campaign. As part of an integrated SEO strategy designed by Marie Curie’s in-house team, Curated is working to increase the charity’s online presence. It is also encouraging involvement in The Great Daffodil Appeal, Marie Curie’s annual appeal to raise money for nurses. Marie Curie supports terminally ill patients and their families.Read More »
Curated are pleased to announce that we are hosting our first event: a Digital marketing in healthcare — how is the sector falling behind? breakfast at Google HQ on Wednesday 22nd February. The event will discuss challenges faced by the healthcare industry when it comes to digital. And we’d love for you to join us.Read More »
Monica Karpinski, our Head of Content, was put forward for the Guardian Small Business award earlier this year.
We were especially proud of this entry, as besides being instrumental to the company’s overall success and proving to us all that there is no such thing as too many avocados, Monica is continuously growing the content team, redefining the way we work and ensuring that our content strategies are second to none.
This nomination outlined how she constructed and implemented our signature ‘gap analysis’ which we now apply to all of our clients in order to ensure maximum results. Read more about her nomination here.Read More »
Last year we were delighted to be nominated for ‘Start-up of the year 2014’ in the Guardian Small Business awards.
The nomination comes off the back of Curated’s initial success as a start up. Our Founder, Simon didn’t realise that the company would take off quite as fast as it did, which resulted in having to move offices a lot earlier than anticipated to make room for all the new hires.
The nomination outlines how our open and honest approach to digital marketing has been instrumental in our company’s growth. To read more about this nomination, click here.Read More »
Last year, Simon was nominated for Leader of the year 2014. A good leader is, as I’m sure you know, someone who you want to learn from, who you want to follow and ultimately someone you look up to and respect.
Luckily for us, Simon is pretty good at these things, mainly due to his belief that a company is only as good as its employees and culture is very important in a start up.
When forming the business, Simon decided that he wanted to run an open company, where his employees aren’t afraid to ask him questions or share their opinions.
To learn more about why Simon was nominated, click here.Read More »