The season has been in full swing for our arts, campaigning and events agency, Four Colman Getty. A real highlight was this year’s Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles Final. Four Colman Getty’s latest charity, Smile Train, had been selected as the charity coin-toss partner for the final. Eleven year old Pinki Sonkar - who had had life-changing surgery thanks to Smile Train –travelled from India to act as the global cleft charity’s ambassador and toss the crucial coin.
July also saw the Man Booker longlist announced (on the same day Prince George of Cambridge was introduced to the world), the first time working with the UK’s leading graduate design event, New Designers, and a return to the RHS Hampton Court and Tatton Park Flower Shows. The campaigning team was also kept busy. Working with client Professor Kevin Dutton the author of The Wisdom of Psychopaths, the team mounted a news story on which ‘Great Britons’ were most likely to have been psychopaths (Henry VIII emerged triumphant).
Preparations are also hotting up for the opening of the Library of Birmingham - with a live terrace performance by Rizzle Kicks – and, for the first time, a Four Colman Getty presence at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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