July 25th, 2014
Shoryu Ramen, the London based group from the team behind Japan Centre, has appointed Me:Mo to handle all press activity, manage social media output, support marketing outreach and develop digital content ideas for media syndication. Shoryu Ramen launched in late 2012 and specialises in Hakata tonkotsu ramen, which originates from the city of Fukukoka, on the southern island of Kyushu. Shoryu’s owner, Tak Tokumine, and Executive Chef Kanji Furukawa, both originate from the city. For further information about Shoryu Ramen please contact Ben.
July 24th, 2014
We got our first look at the latest addition to the CAU herd (pun intended) in Bristol yesterday. The site was a hive of activity with builders, joiners and installers working on the final touches ready for opening on August 4th.
The regular CAU interior motifs; grass ‘effect’ ceilings, blue sky, clouds and white tin panelling, a visual identity that echoes the restaurants spirit of Buenos Aries philiosophy are all in place, along with, and perhaps most importantly – the grill! With the Bristol site exposed concrete beams from the original structure are going to add another element to the design. We were most impressed by the striking bar which we think will become a reason to visit in itself.
You can keep up with progress on the CAU Bristol Twitter channel here.
July 23rd, 2014
Today members from the Geronimo team headed down to Geronimo HQ for a social media training session held by Me:Mo’s digitally savvy social team. With their heads fully in the twittersphere clouds, everything from the power of the #hashtag to organic follower building was covered. All 35 pubs are individually set up on Facebook and Twitter so we hope to see a lot of boosted Klout scores in the coming weeks!
July 22nd, 2014
One of our favourite magazines, the New Yorker has this week (re)launched its website with a smart new design, all part of a significant change in the magazines digital presence.
Like the Daily Telegraph, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker will go behind a metered pay wall later in the year, a limited number of articles will be available for free before users will be asked to subscribe.
In the meantime though visitors can explore their archive, dating back to 1997, for free for the next three months or so – a nice little enticement for potential subscribers.
Interestingly, especially for those like us who want to get their teeth into something a little more substantial content wise, the New Yorker editor David Remnick has noted that long-form journalism is becoming, perhaps a little surprisingly, very popular online. This is probably down to the proliferation of tablets and easy to use websites, hence the New Yorker’s expanses of white, creating a very clean, uncluttered reading experience. According to this piece we can expect a similar offering from the Guardian too. Refreshing news indeed!
July 18th, 2014
It’s been a busy few weeks at Me:Mo HQ, but we are pleased to announce that the reputable Sports, Bar and Grill has appointed Me:Mo Interactive to handle all things press, marketing and social media related. With branches located in Marylebone, Victoria, Farringdon, Waterloo & Picadilly Circus, we can’t wait to get started!
July 16th, 2014
This week Me:Mo client CAU launched its Argentine inspired brunch menu at their Blackheath, Tunbridge Wells & Kingston branches. As well as using traditional social media methods, Me:Mo decided to use flipagram to showcase the delicious menu on offer – click BRUNCH to see it in action!
Check out CAU’s Facebook, Twitter & Instagram for even more CAUstyle #brunchtime updates.
July 10th, 2014
Me:Mo client Meat And Shake have bagged the hot spot, this time in daily Stylist newsletter, Emerald Street in its’ Cocktails and Cappuccinos section. The Truffle Shuffle burger has come up trumps once again with previous admirers, Mr Hyde and Esquire also showing it some love! Check out all their burgers and shakes on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
July 8th, 2014
Friday night saw Me:Mo client, Bodean’s BBQ celebrate Independence Day in true American style with a rather spectacular BBQ and Old Forester Whiskey inspired cocktails. With the likes of Time out, Bar Chick, GQ, and Caterer and Hotelkeeper in attendance, masterclasses in cocktail making and how to season your meat ‘the Bodean’s way’ went down very well. Not to mention the goodie bags full to the brim of all the Bodean’s essentials. Of course, Me:Mo were on hand to capture the 4th July festivities and live tweet from Bodean’s BBQ throughout. Think it’s safe to say everyone left pretty darn satisfied!
July 4th, 2014
As it’s the Wimbledon finals this weekend, MeMo client Geronimo Inns is offering lucky customers the chance to win tennis lessons in collaboration with sponsors Stella Artois. How? By uploading your celebratory Wimbledon pose to either Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #StellaTennisLessons. For more info on the competition and to be in with the chance of becoming the next Andy (or Jamie!) Murray, click here!
Game.Set.Match Geronimo Inns!