Manifest London

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About Manifest London

Manifest London is an independent communications consultancy established in 2009 as an antidote to the rigid traditional agency structure. Five years on, the business has established a reputation for disruptive communications campaigns spanning an eclectic mix of industries from craft beer to consumer technology. The company has offices in Farringdon, central London and on Madison Avenue, Manhattan, New York.

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Ali Maynard & Annie Griffin
Manifest London
t +44(0)203 1379 270
e. blowingourowntrumpet@manifest.london

Manifest London

SAMSUNG TECHWIN EUROPE HANDS CONSUMER PR & SOCIAL MEDIA BRIEF TO MANIFEST

Manifest London to handle international campaign for Samsung Techwin SmartCam range

Samsung Techwin has appointed Manifest London to develop and manage the PR and social media campaign surrounding its expanding range of consumer SmartCam home WiFi cameras. The campaign will unveil a series of new products over the course of 2014, with Manifest managing comms in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Turkey.

  • The range of Samsung Techwin SmartCam WiFi cameras are evolving from simple security use to broader lifestyle use, from keeping track of pet behaviour to providing audio and visual baby monitors.
  • Manifest will coordinate all press and social media activity in the UK, while producing and distributing centralised content for use by local agencies in France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Turkey.
  • The agency will also use The Loop, it’s proprietary media insight tool to monitor and evaluate success of the campaign across all countries involved.
  • The new account arrives hot on the heals of Manifest being named Small Agency of the Year at the PR Week Awards, and is the first in a strong of new business wins to be announced in the coming weeks.
  • Formed in 2009, Manifest London has built an impressive stable of clients across myriad industries, including Kopparberg Cider, BrewDog, MySingleFriend.com and Morphsuits.

QUOTATIONS

Sukhi Dhanhoa, Product Marketing Manager at Samsung Techwin commented:

“We are very excited to appoint Manifest as our PR and social media agency for our SmartCam range. Manifest has a great track record in consumer electronics, a detailed understanding of the media landscape across Europe and most importantly, amazing ideas that really bring our products to life. We can’t wait to see the campaign they have developed in action.”

Alex Myers, director at Manifest London commented:

“It is a great opportunity for Manifest to be working with a brand as renowned as Samsung Techwin, and we are very excited by the creative opportunities presented by the SmartCam range. In typical Manifest fashion, the campaign will be bold enough to spark a lot of conversation across the entire media spectrum, and we are confident we can help Samsung Techwin redefine the WiFi home camera market across Europe.”

Alex Myers added:

“2014 looks set to be a great year for Manifest already, alongside an influx of new client wins and new faces joining the team, we are also looking to open new international offices and we are putting the finishing touches to the launch of a new creative division of the business.”

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