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Will Google Glass really catch on? I interview Alex Foster, CEO of Race Yourself, a fitness app for Google Glass which is raising over £1million investment (PODCAST).
Tom Church interviews Alex Foster, CEO of Race Yourself, the Google App fitness game which lets you race against friends, zombies, runaway trains and more (podcast)
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How to make money selling free stuff: I interview Deepak Tailor, CEO of Latest Free Stuff, who has built an international business around freebies (PODCAST)
Tom Church interviews Deepak Tailor, CEO of LatestFreeStuff.co.uk and learns how to make money selling free stuff
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How to gain publicity like a pro: a new blog post highlighting the difference between professional and amateur PR efforts.
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Follow-up calls make the difference: Professional PRs vs Amateurs
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Written by me for Huffington Post: How motion graphics is the future of YouTube #design   #motiongraphics   #youtube  
Since YouTube was founded in 2005, the videos hosted on and created for it have undergone super fast change: From blurry Motorola captured happy slap snaps, to professionally scripted and edited high definition videos.
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Will Google Glass really catch on? I interview Alex Foster, CEO of Race Yourself, a fitness game for Google Glass that let's you race against friends, zombies, runaway trains, giant boulders and more (PODCAST)
Tom Church interviews Alex Foster, CEO of Race Yourself, the Google App fitness game which lets you race against friends, zombies, runaway trains and more (podcast)
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I'm mentoring Popcord, the beautiful, cordless iPhone charger that has raised £25,000 on Kickstarter: 
Frank Milani and Matt Sadrini have rhyming names. Yet that's not all. They're on a war path to cut wires out of our existence. Popcord, their solution, has raised £20,000 on Kickstarter.
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A massive dragon skull washed up on a British beach, but it's actually just a cool and clever promo for 'Game of Thrones.'
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  • Church & Company
    Director, present
    Church & Company is a business development consultancy.
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Introduction
Tom Church is a Director of FullScream (fullscream.com), an independent creative studio that specialises in TV branding, motion design and fashion video production. We create campaigns which stand out and grow the awareness of our clients and which deliver strategically defined brand positions.

Our success has been established on the relentless perusal of quality in everything we do - from creating TV show introductions; channel branding packages; motion graphics commercials; to fashion films and advising at the top table of some of the biggest creative organisations.

We work with companies to develop strategic campaigns and brand identities, executing them with beautiful, original, creative rigour. Clients include Audi, Dolce & Gabbana, Diesel, Heineken, MTV International, Sky Movies, Swarovski, X Factor and many more.

Tom is also Founder of Church & Company, a business development consultancy; works with Mullen & Mullen, the bespoke suit tailors; created London Startups, a networking organisation of 2000~ members (meetup.com/londonstartups); Mentor at Westminster Business Council and City University; and adviser to a host of technology start-ups such as Google Glass app RaceYourself, iPad app Paperfold, and iPhone charging accessory Popcord.

Previously, Tom worked with the UK's leading communications agency, Blue Rubicon. He worked with Flora, Unilever, The Industry Trust, Sainsbury's, and McDonald's, delivering integrated communication campaigns on food, sustainability, health, online piracy and more.

Press coverage and writing has appeared in The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Sun, ITV News, Good Housekeeping, Reader's Digest and many other publications in Europe and America.

Tom is member of LinkFoundry, the private business network for investors and business owners; and was formerly Event Organiser for Lithium PR: Mariah Carey's album launch party and Jonny Blue Eyes London fashion show being highlights.
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Big goals versus small goals and how a super teddy is changing the world
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Big goals are better than small goals, writes Tom Church. With the case study of a super teddy changing the world, Tom explains how big goal

Efficiency:
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"When we launched LatestFreeStuff.co.uk in March 2012, it was to help make it easier for UK residents to get free stuff"

Technology? I Prefer Black Soot
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Nick D'Aloisio received over a million dollars when he was just seventeen. Stephen Fry, Ashton Kutcher and Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing

How to get views on YouTube without marketing
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Tom Church, professional marketer, explains how Lenovo gained 150,000 views without doing any marketing - it got others to do it for them.

People who refuse to surrender are stupid
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Surrender is an intelligent option as it buys you time, allows to regain strength, and to choose your own battle. It can show good managemen

Thank You For Smoking Book Review
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Book Review for Thank You For Smoking by Christopher Buckley. Nick Naylor arguably has the worst job in the world - trying to convince peopl

How 10 Yetis PR agency got an app featured in T3 Magazine
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10 Yetis PR created this video to land coverage for their client in T3 Magazine.

Test Your Site - WebSiteCleanup.com
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Stay safe! Keep a backup copy of your web site.

Grit isn't always good
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Grit and determination in business are key skills but can also be a double-edged sword. There's a time when giving up is the right thing to

Goodbye SEO, hello Content
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Google has updated it's webmaster tools allowing people to 'disavow' links. This influx of data will be used to combat SEO efforts like neve

How to get $130 million worth of publicity
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How to get $130 million worth of publicity, by Tom Church. Deezer, the online music service, gave the task to achieve global press coverage.

Measuring True Influence
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Tom Church, author of Communication Is The Key, explains a strategy for measuring true influence and creating a stakeholder analysis

Hunger
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The hunger to win is addictive and powerful. I never used to feel it, but then two weeks ago that all changed. It helped me win a huge compe

Force Feed Idea Creation
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Force Feed Idea Creation: Look out the window, find something and use it. That's what Tom Church, award-winning marketer explains you should

UN: Example of Good Advertising
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This is an example of good advertising. The UN shows how they translate war into peace.

Andrew is a fantastic estate agent to work with. Personal, friendly, and trustworthy.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Good food. Good service. Good prices. I've been coming here every year since I was a child. Pizza is authentic. Pasta is great. Wine is wonderful. Fine for family meals and a bit later on in the evening for a romantic meal. Simple interior reflecting focus on food.
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