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first_img About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  36 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 11 September 2008 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Enable Interactive builds on ongoing success Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Digital There’s no stopping Enable Interactive, ranked the UK’s No. 1 digital agency earlier this year, the Bristol based agency has gone from strength to strength since it was co founded in 2003 by Matt Connolly and Darius Pocha. Winning major contracts against stiff competition from digital ‘super-agencies’ Enable’s profile has risen dramatically in 2008 with cutting-edge work for global brands like BBC, WWF, Microsoft and British Red Cross. As a result of recent client successes the agency has made a strategic decision to focus on three key markets namely sport, fashion and charities.“The agency was in the perfect position for us to re think its future direction. With experience gained on brands like Speedo, Lipsy and Commes des Garcons and the audience and commercial insight we’ve developed, it made sense for us to concentrate our expertise and ensure we’re the agency of choice for brands in these sectors.” said Matt Connolly Strategy Director.The agency’s work for leading charities includes Breast Cancer Care, War Child and British Red Cross. Recent wins mean that this impressive list now also boasts Greenpeace and Ireland’s biggest charity Concern Worldwide.“It’s an extremely exciting time for us. It’s the innovation that’s propelling Enable forward – with the right people, the smartest industry thinking and a ruthless focus on quality, our clients are getting outstanding results time and time again.” Said Connolly“With the significant increase in buzz surrounding Enable the agency now stands at 20 staff. Both Connolly and Pocha, both of whom came together from much larger London agencies have a hands-on approach to agency life and retain positions of strategy director and creative director respectively. ‘Everyone here is a specialist in what they do – our clients never have anyone mediocre working on their projects. We do things differently to traditional agencies – we encourage our people to have a life outside their jobs. That way the stay interesting and enthusiastic and have more value than the normal agency burn-outs working 25 hours a day. It’s partly these qualities that we feel makes the agency attractive to clients” commented Pocha,Recent senior appointments include Amanda Milton previously Production Director at Carlson Marketing, Natasha McKenzie, previously at M&C Saatchi, Fergus Roche from Conchango and Lastminute.com, and Ben Akin-Smith co-founder of Add Momentum.“Enable has been at the forefront of digital innovation for nearly 5 years now and is well positioned for continued future success. We are proof that the traditional agency model can change. For the better. We have incredible clients; we deliver great, innovative work that we’re all proud of and often we’re working with brands who make the world a better place” concludes ConnollyendsNotes to Editors:Enable InteractiveEnable Interactive is a specialist digital agency based in Bristol, UK. The agency has consistently developed and delivered bright, digital ideas for an impressive set of global clients since the company was set up by Matt Connolly and Darius Pocha in 2003. The best of breed team at Enable has produced great work for brands like WWF, Clarks, Microsoft, and Channel 4.*by the readers of Revolution the UK’s leading publication for the digital media industryFor more information on Enable Interactive contact:Kit HunwicksEnable InteractiveTel: 08000 199 839www.enableinteractive.co.ukFor more press information contact:Becky Maurice-Cohen / Madalene WhitsonTel: 01442 245030Email: [email protected] / [email protected]: www.prpr.co.uklast_img read more


first_imgProsecutors have begun presenting evidence against those they believe were behind the trafficking of ten Liberian girls to Lebanon.  The girls have recently been repatriated.The hearing started yesterday at the Temple of Justice. Some of the girls, who may serve as state witnesses, were spotted entering the office of the grand jury at Criminal Court ‘A,’ to provide evidence against the suspects for a possible indictment.An indictment is a formal written charge issued by a grand jury in a criminal case.The girls were individually escorted to the jury’s office by Montserrado County Attorney, Daku Mulbah, who is one of government’s lead lawyers.It has not been established whether those accused of trafficking the girls are in the country or if they have been arrested.The decision to have the girls present their testimonies yesterday is in accordance with the Liberian government’s vow to prosecute those responsible for trafficking them.According to a judicial expert, the jury will determine whether enough evidence exists to charge the suspects with a criminal offense.The Liberian government recently announced that it would bring human trafficking charges against the suspects.It is not clear whether other charges will be added as the prime witnesses produce their testimonies.The expert also divulged that the grand jury proceedings will be confidential. Apparently, it was to protect their privacy that the girls were secretly escorted to the office of the grand jury.The suspects and their lawyers cannot be present at that hearing, according to our legal expert.If the grand jury determines that the case may be brought to trial, the jury will issue a “true bill” decision, and the suspects are formally charged with the alleged crime, our expert stated.On the contrary, if a “no true bill” decision is issued, it means there is insufficient evidence for a criminal trial, the expert pointed out. He added that the grand jury indictment itself is usually drafted by the prosecutor and simply approved by the jury.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgThis tackle by Yousef Ahmad on Robbie Kruse was only deemed worthy of a yellow card.It came during Australia’s 5-1 hammering of Harry Redknapp’s Jordan in their World Cup qualifier and was something to make Ralph Macchio aka Daniel LaRusso in the Karate Kid proud.But this happened on the football pitch and not the All Valley Karate Tournament.“You don’t like to see that on the football field,” said Kruse, who said after the game he was hopeful there was serious damage done.“I’m just really thankful it looks good at the moment.”last_img