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Healthy launch to a new division

This spring, GottaBe! Marketing has begun a new venture and opened up GottaBe! Health; an online shop, that proudly stocks ‘foods by Ann’. The range of products we stock is created by Anna Lewandowska, a Polish athlete and award winning, karate champion. This derives from her ongoing health campaign, ‘Healthy Plan by Ann’ which has been […]

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Key dates in Q2 and Q3; sporting, religious and other events!

As we leave the winter period and enter spring (at last!), it is always important to keep on top of your game to plan in advance.  With a busy summer ahead of us, thanks to 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, Tour de France and many non-sporting events, marketers should take full advantage and plan […]

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700 stores merchandised on behalf of Western Union

Between 7th and 17th October, a team of Brand Ambassadors executed a merchandising activity on behalf Western Union, world’ biggest money transfer company. Similarly, to previous activities, GottaBe! has visited 700 of Western Union’ agent locations in more then 70 cities and towns across the UK to deliver and install new POS materials (flyers, posters, wobblers). Recently, […]

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Plan ahead – key dates for Q3 and Q4’2016

Looking for a way to help you plan your activity this year? Kit Bannerman, Account Support Executive helps out.. In marketing and particularly retail it is vital that you keep on top of the events in throughout the year. It is so important to plan ahead all field marketing, experiential or event PR stunts activities […]

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Value Of Black Friday In The UK

This time last year, I wrote a blog about the Traditions of Black Friday, looking into the UK’s newfound fascination around what is arguably the World’s single largest discount day. A year on, is our fascination still the same or have things changed?   Originating in the United States around the 1960s, Black Friday is […]

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How Black Friday is taking the UK by storm?

Traditionally, Black Friday marks a key date in the American calendar where consumers go crazy in what is seen as the unofficial countdown to Christmas. It marks the first Friday after Thanks Giving and has become the busiest retail day of the year in the United States, with huge discounts given to shoppers for one […]

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