2011 has been quite memorable - a year of change; not just for Corporate Edge, but for the world as a whole. We've seen some remarkable demonstrations of 'people power' across the world as well as here at home. Dictators and terrorists have been ousted, killed, or suffered heart attacks that snipped their reins of power. We've observed the effects of 'theoretical' subatomic particles traveling faster than the speed of light, we've observed a number of reminders of mother nature's destructive power, and have seen tents taking centre stage across the world's key financial centres. In 2011 we waved goodbye to some memorable if not infamous characters including Steve Jobs, Amy Winehouse, Joe Frazier, Elizabeth Taylor, Osama Bin Laden, Kim Jong-il, Gil Scott-Heron (a music legend), Loleatta Holloway (another music legend) and to the space shuttle program to name but a few. We said hello to Siri (who sometimes answered back with something interesting to say), to the most successful entertainment title of all time (Modern Warfare 3), to ongoing challenges to the structure and direction of the European Union, to myriad new social platforms, and we have even welcomed a new country to the world.
At Corporate Edge we've also had an exciting year - we've said goodbye to a CEO - hello to an MD, we've built brands, digital and social platforms and communication campaigns for some for the worlds most influential brands. We've moved offices, travelled around the world to meet clients and deliver projects, as well as 'giving back' to our local community in some fun a rewarding ways.
As we look forward to 2012, I wanted to pause for a moment and reflect on the year gone by and to say a little thank you to all of those people who have contributed to making 2011 a truly memorable year. To all of those clients, colleagues, friends and family who have contributed to my own great experiences of 2011- I wish you all a very happy New Year and hope that 2012 proves to be a rewarding, exciting and and fun-filled year.Tweet
- Brand management
Corporate social responsibility
HR & Recruitment
Just for fun