Public art – what’s the point?

Written by Jack Cripps, All About Ipswich Coordinator With most town improvement schemes and regeneration projects, public art is something you can expect to see. As part of the Tidal Barrier project in Ipswich, artists have been invited to create a piece of public art to reflect the local maritime history. Unlike an art gallery,…

Improvements to Bromley Town Centre

Written by Thomas Zane-Black, Events and Marketing Co-ordinator at Bromley BID. This summer Bromley Council is extending the public realm improvements to the remainder of the pedestrianised section of Bromley High Street. This follows successfully implementing the improvements to Bromley North. These improvements aim to create a High Street that has a cohesive look and feel, being…

10 reasons why you should go to the National BIDs Conference

British BIDs recently released details of the National BIDs Conference and it has been pleasing to see the response from the industry. For those who have not secured your tickets here are 10 quickfire reasons why you should; Speakers. The day will feature a range of top quality presenters. Wayne Hemingway MBE has already been…

Living in a digital age

Written by Emily Richards, Marketing Manager, CMS. I have recently started studying the IDM Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing. At Central Management Solutions, part of my daily schedule involves communicating to our audiences via various digital platforms.  As I make my way through the course modules with data application, website design, social media, search engine…

Not all publicity is good publicity in Place Marketing

If we have nothing else at CMS, it is a wealth of experience amongst our team of working in different types of ‘place’. It is that experience that has led us to introduce an updated corporate Vision for our own organisation, which is, simply: “Making Places Work” It does – and our team will always […]

Changing Places

If we have nothing else at CMS, it is a wealth of experience amongst our team of working in different types of ‘place’. It is that experience that has led us to introduce an updated corporate Vision for our own organisation, which is, simply: “Making Places Work” It does – and our team will always…