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12 Jun

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Kerry Foods – Employee Survey Workshop

June 12, 2015 | By |

We covered photography at workshop held for Kerry Foods staff in June which was attended by over 50 employees. It brought together staff from across the company to review the recently conducted Employee Survey. Read More

28 Apr

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Kerry Foods – Lighting the Runway – Marketing Engagement seminar

April 28, 2015 | By |

Count Photography had a great time covering photography for Kerry Foods (www.kerryfoods.com) at “Lighting the Runway”, their Marketing Engagement seminar which took place at Legoland in Windsor.

Over 100 staff from the company came together to talk marketing. They discussed their global brands and how to move them forward in new emerging markets and using traditional as well as new digital technologies. There was great energy throughout the two day conference. Legoland was a great venue to host which certainly got the creative juices flowing.

We covered photography and produced a short story showreel which was presented at the end of the conference. We were tasked to provide some same day edits, but it all came together when the showreel was played.

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26 Feb

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Launch of SEEH Network at the House of Commons

February 26, 2015 | By |

Last night we photographed at the Launch of SEEH Network at the House of Commons.

The SEEH Network was created to bring together people from different sectors that are interested or involved in health, education and social enterprise. There was a panel discussion with audience participation. The panel included: Chris White MP, Baroness Glenys Thornton, Charlie Wigglesworth – Director of Business & Enterprise at Social Enterprise UK, David Maguire – Vice-Chancellor, University of Greenwich, Francis Sealey  – Director at GlobalNet21. The discussion was moderated by Damien Page – Head of Department of Education and Community Studies, University of Greenwich.

The panel discussion focused on the impact of social enterprise and how collaboration between professionals, social entrepreneurs, communities, students and academics can help them to develop their capacity to innovate and to progress projects for social change in health and education both in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and also across the country.

The event was well attended by over 100 guests. The SEEH Network will also host a festival later on in the year.

To find out more visit:
www.meetup.com/seehnetwork
www.socialenterprisefestival.org