Photolink Update

‘Necessity is the mother of invention’

Albert Einstein could not have put it more succinctly, and as we continue to develop and diversify we think it’s a good time to take his advice on board and ‘reinvent’ our group.

So friends, we’d like to give a sneak preview of what you can expect to see from the Photolink Group in the coming weeks.

To begin with, we are overhauling our six websites and bringing them all bang up to date, the first one to be released into the public domain being Photolink Creative.

Giving this particular brand its own voice and reason, we are now focusing purely upon its core skills as a creative content business. Our recent work with the one and only Kelly Hoppen is a shining example of its capabilities.

Already launched and live, the new Photolink Creative site provides an extensive view of the work we have undertaken for wide variety of clients, so why not take a few minutes and have a good look around.

Hot on its heels will be HT&E, specifically created to help businesses improve brand performance and deliver brand experience.

Due to launch in mid-November, the Here, There & Everywhere site will mark our genuine commitment to providing strategic support for retailers, SMEs and brands.

We’re not stopping there either, next will be a very exciting new venture as our London photographic division Hungry Tiger launches its new division, Hungry Tiger Exclusive.

The creative concepts and imagery for the exclusive division are being curated by two of the UKs leading creative directors, Timothy Rennie and Tom Usher.

Overseas, Photolink India is now firmly established as our international arm. Its photographic and video work is exceptional, specialising in food and product imagery for both local and global clients.

Add to this an outstanding design and artwork team, and you see why Photolink India is fundamental to our group.

Last but definitely not least, Little Black Dress, where last month saw not only a superb new transactional site, but also the launch of a collection of dresses exclusive to the brand.

It’s an exciting time for LBD and we look forward to its continued development over the coming months.

So there you have it, the start of things to come.

Do have a good browse and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you.

David Walter.



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