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Richard Conyard
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The 'mo money auction - please read and share.

At +Red Ant  a team of us are again participating in Movember (http://bit.ly/1dN7NGY ), to raise money for mens health charities. To make things a little more interesting this year rather than request donations the final style of my 'mo is up for auction, you want a Lemmy you got it, shave off one half you got it, go for the gingo you've got it. And I have to wear it for the final week of the month.

Only rules are it has to be a moustache and it cannot be insulting (to anyone but me). The auction will be a sealed bid auction sent either via email or PM with the cut off date being 6pm on Sunday 24th November; groups of people are allowed if you want to jump in on a good idea. 

So please join in and have a little fun thinking about all the cruel styles you could request, share to allow others to participate and if you're feeling particularly generous then the team page is: http://bit.ly/1dN7NGY with instructions on how to donate.
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Delighted to receive our Webby award certificates for Topshop and The Climate Group.
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Holiday! Wales, clear sky's, beautiful mountains, golden beaches and clean air that tastes like finest wine here I come :) 

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Sweet :) 
We're proud to say that we've been honoured by the Webbys for our work with The Climate Group and Topshop:

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Some thoughts and tips from Red Ant
Red Ant's Elisa Harca is on Econsultancy, sharing top 10 tips for blogger engagement:

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Some great work by our mobile team :-)
Red Ant Arcadia reporting 250% increases in mobile revenue and our latest projects with them in The Drum.

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A great list of HTML5 groan...  I'll I can say is bring back <blink> and <marquee>!

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St. David's day tomorrow :) 

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Professor Richard Rumelt on good and bad strategy. 
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