Surf’s up for Innesco with Onslow Wave (New Client)
The Onslow Group and its new company Onslow Wave Ltd. has appointed Innesco to launch its new-to-the-UK leisure initiative ‘Flowrider’ – a simulated indoor surfing experience especially designed for use indoors and in UK shopping centres.More
Account Executive / Senior Account Executive vacancy
Due to rapid growth since our launch in June 2009 we are looking to recruit an Account Executive / Senior Account Executive.More
BCSC Summer Social success
Innesco World Cup Fever
Here at Innesco it is hard to get excited about teams from countries where we don’t yet do any business. We are of course following teams where we have schemes, clients, or new business – which is making for an exciting and busy tournament!
Abolish the 1954 L&T Act?
Tuesday night saw another New Generation BCSC event organised, on this occasion hosted by Henderson Global Investors at Bishopsgate.More
A political not economic budget
Yesterday’s budget was the last of this Parliament, coming 6 weeks before the anticipated General Election date of May 6 2010.More
Sunny skies ahead for development?
Attention’s turned today to what the next 10 years has in store for us, and how we should acclimatise ourselves to this new world we find ourselves in.More
Boris, meet Boris, Boris and Boris
Today at MIPIM was all about Boris – Boris Johnson that is, Mayor of London.More
To MIPIM, and don’t spare the horses!
It’s been a case of MIPIM fever these last weeks spreading across the real estate industry – the great and the good from the investment and financial powerhouses of the sector are purportedly down to do deals in Cannes….. finally. Like wasps to a jam jar the rest of the industry’s circus troupes down to the South of France too, in the hope of crumbs from the table. New deals, contracts, marketing and meetings.More
When did property marketing lose its mojo?
People from outside of the property industry frequently ask the question – how/why does marketing ‘happen’ the way it does in our beloved industry? – why doesn’t it so seldom bear any resemblance to its product or audience?More