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  • Give Peace a Chance

    Written by Dave Towers at Now. I was invited to take part in a live painting session at the House of Vans in Waterloo, to raise awareness for The International Day of…

  • Chasing for likes and shares, it’s been around since the 80’s…

    Written by Susie Innes, TV Producer at Now. Some time in the 80’s I took a temp job at a small agency in Farringdon. At the time Clerkenwell was NOT cool, East…

  • #PoweredByTweets

    Written by Melanie Portelli, New Business Director at Now. Twitter. It’s not just for trolls.In fact, Twitter can do an awful lot of good, which is exactly what #PoweredByTweets set out to…

  • Sophisticated gardening; Helen and Katy visit GROW London

    Written by Helen Trimm at Now. Looking for an authentic Indian tepee for your garden? Or maybe a stylish new window box for your flat? Then GROW London Festival is the place…

  • Tracey Thorn and Carol Morley in conversation

    Written by Roger Morris, Copywriter at Now. Chatting about the SohoCreate festival with one of my younger colleagues, I mentioned that I’d been to see an event with Tracey Thorn. Blank face.…

  • A picture is worth a thousand words: my photo a day challenge

    Written by Flo Sharp, Planner at Now. A friend and I recently set each other the challenge to send each other a photo every day. Before I go on, I should say…

  • It’s just a Selfie

    Written by Susie Innes, TV Producer at Now. So there we were with a script that researched beautifully, an innovative approach from a cool director and an up-for-it client. All we had…

  • The perils of Periscope

    Written by Melissa Robertson, Chief Executive Officer at Now. So, the latest big thing is Periscope. And, unusually, I’ve had a bit of time to properly explore it (long story, but to…

  • In surprising praise of LinkedIn

    Written by Laura Chamberlain, Managing Director at Now. In the playground of social networks LinkedIn is the weird, nerdy kid who was picked last for games. It looks funny.  Its photos are…

  • A loner’s thoughts on collaboration

    Written by Roger Morris, Copywriter at Now. When I’m not writing copy for Now’s clients, I write novels. Writing novels has to be one of the most solitary occupations there is. You…