We are very excited for Choc on Choc and its founder, Flo Broughton, whose innovative (& patented) chocolate-making business was featured in popular chef Mary Berry’s “Mary Berry Cooks” on 25th March on BBC2.
Flo showed Mary how to make moulded cupcake chocolates as well as chocolate letters at their factory in Rode, Somerset. Choc on Choc designs and produces high quality Belgian chocolates crafted with unique, entertaining and original designs. Popular ranges include chocolate shoes, handbags and golf balls as well various do-it-yourself kits such as chocolate houses and Big Bens.
Watch Flo now on BBC’s iPlayer
We are very excited that our client Atterley Road – the online fashion shop – has been listed at No. 5 in Vogue’s Top 100 online stores. Screen Pages designed & built the website, which runs on Magento Enterprise and the 90 man day project started in early March and it was launched in July.
Founded by ex-Jigsaw buyer Katie Starmer-Smith, Atterley Road offers a carefully curated selection of premium high street brands and independent designers. It currently covers labels such as Jigsaw, American Vintage, Levi’s Made & Crafted, Petit Bateau, Hobbs, 7 for all Mankind, Whistles, Crew Clothing, and Iro.
A hearty congratulations to the team at Atterley Road.
We are very excited that Loake has won a prestigious Drapers Footwear and Accessories Award for best Men’s shoe maker. We’re proud to have launched a new website for Loake in recent mopnths.
See full list of winners here
Here’s Andrew Loake, the company’s managing directror, with Eric Musgrave:
Two clients have won exciting awards in recent days.
Woman and home magazine’s food editor, Jane Curran, recommended great websites to buy good food online or via mail order and put Donald Russell at the top of the list for its selection of top-notch beef and venison, welfare-kind veal, Scottish fish and seafood.
Real Flowers was awarded a prestigious RHS Certificate of Merit at the Chelsea Flower Show; the highest award the RHS grant for stand design and presentation.
Brilliant case study of home retail private/flash sale company One Kings Lane by Mashable.
Since foundation in 2008, One Kings Lane has become a business with over 4 million members, with expectations of over $200 million in revenue for this year. At launch in April 2009, OKL had exactly 5,000 members. The startup was then featured in email newsletter Daily Candy and went up to 25,000 members in a day.
“When we launched no one was talking about curation but it is part of who we are and what we do”. Now One Kings Lane is seeing potential in adding editorial content alongside curated items to help members understand how to use or place an object in their home. The site has started featuring videos and pieces on how to fold a fitted sheet, or how to put a perfect bookcase together and more, contextualizing sales. “One Kings Lane wants to make members feel like they are on a treasure hunt every day.”
Tom Kay, founder of Finisterre, was featured recently in the Daily Telegraph. Ten years ago he was working in London as a chartered surveyor. He realised it wasn’t the life he wanted, so he packed it all in and fled to St Agnes in Cornwall, where he founded Finisterre.