Halloween has been and gone and as we start to prepare for the fast approaching Christmas period we’ve taken a look at some of our favourite moments from October. Narrowing it down to ten was hard as there’s been lots going on – here’s a snapshot of what we’ve been up to. Read more
I describe myself as a creative.
But what is a creative?
Many people don’t consider this a real job title.
To them it’s a cop out.
To them being creative is dossing about and never getting anything done.
At Bloom we know the reality.
Another month has been and gone at Bloom and autumn has officially started. As an agency we’re reaping the rewards of our hard work over the summer by celebrating some impressive pitch wins and seeing lots of nice projects come to fruition. Here’s our Top Ten from September Read more
Our data science team pioneer innovative uses for data and we successfully commercialise research from some of the world’s leading Universities including the Universities of Oxford, Leeds & Strathclyde. We help global brands understand the impact of their marketing campaigns and we are trusted to use data and insight to help shape their future. We’re now looking for two individuals to join our team to help us continue to innovate and deliver great results for our clients.
This week Peter Laflin, Bloom’s Chief Data Scientist, has been helping the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) understand how it can best support customer-facing businesses. The ATI, based at the British Library in London, will be the UK National Institute for Data Sciences. Peter gave a talk about Bloom’s use of data science and discussed the technical challenges we’ve solved in some of our recent work for SKY and ITV.
We don’t make a habit of working late, but as every agency in the land will tell you it’s going to happen every now and again. And when it does, someone usually reaches for the phone to order a takeaway. Read more
Earlier this month a company called Alphabet popped up and Google, as we know it, ‘slimmed down’ to fit within it. This sudden restructure was announced on the newly created Alphabet website by its CEO Larry Page – who, of course, is the co-founder of Google. Read more