Friday, 15 July 2011

Streetskins Illuminated Roller Shutter Advertising - Advertise on 350 shutters of the UK's largest independent, neighbourhood newsagent for as little as £3 / day / shutter

To whom it may concern,

 

We have obtained the rights to advertise on the shutters of the UK’s largest independent newsagent’s shutters.

 

This would be ideal, but not limited to, Telecoms and FMCG related products.

 

From our analysis it is estimated that this portfolio of sites captures an estimated 31% of traffic (derived from the London Traffic Report).

 

This is excellent for brands looking to reach a predominantly youthful audience in a social or entertainment environment.

 

Please view the rate card here: http://bit.ly/o7sH8E

 

 

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Regards,

 

Andrew Field

 

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Saturday, 12 February 2011

Press Release: Rugby World Cup 2011 - It's 100% official - All Black Chokers (please forward this crucial information to all rugby supporters)

 

 

Please visit: WWW.ALLBLACKCHOKERS.COM

 

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100% of Profits go to Rugby Charities

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The All Black Choker around the neck

 

If you think you are famous, please spread the word via Email, Twitter, Facebook, Blogs and traditional media.

Let’s make these the Vuvuzelas of RWC 2011.

Right now at the start of the Super 15 competition, is the perfect time to gently remind them.

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Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Reminder about your invitation from Andrew Field

LinkedIn

This is a reminder that on January 27, Andrew Field sent you an invitation to become part of his or her professional network at LinkedIn.

Follow this link to accept Andrew Field's invitation.

https://www.linkedin.com/e/12ntlu-gjwkj79f-1o/doi/2224275552/oy7CMpPM/gir_354213335_1/EML-inv_17_rem/

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On January 27, Andrew Field wrote:

> To: [andrew.field.refracted@blogger.com]
> From: Andrew Field [andrew.field@streetskins.co.uk]
> Subject: Andrew Field wants to connect on LinkedIn

> I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.
>
> - Andrew Field

The only way to get access to Andrew Field's professional network on LinkedIn is through the following link:

https://www.linkedin.com/e/12ntlu-gjwkj79f-1o/doi/2224275552/oy7CMpPM/gir_354213335_1/EML-inv_17_rem/

You can remove yourself from Andrew Field's network at any time.


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Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Reminder about your invitation from Andrew Field

LinkedIn

This is a reminder that on January 27, Andrew Field sent you an invitation to become part of his or her professional network at LinkedIn.

Follow this link to accept Andrew Field's invitation.

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Signing up is free and takes less than a minute.

On January 27, Andrew Field wrote:

> To: [andrew.field.refracted@blogger.com]
> From: Andrew Field [andrew.field@streetskins.co.uk]
> Subject: Andrew Field wants to connect on LinkedIn

> I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.
>
> - Andrew Field

The only way to get access to Andrew Field's professional network on LinkedIn is through the following link:

https://www.linkedin.com/e/12ntlu-gjmlf0lf-6v/doi/2224275552/oy7CMpPM/gir_354213335_0/EML-inv_17_rem/

You can remove yourself from Andrew Field's network at any time.


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Thursday, 27 January 2011

Andrew Field wants to connect on LinkedIn

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I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.

- Andrew Field

Andrew Field
Director at Streetskins Ltd
London, United Kingdom

Confirm that you know Andrew

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Monday, 29 March 2010

Another one for South Africa..........

Ideal for picnics in the sun, braai’s before rugby games, bobbing around in the water while having drinks, this product is ideal for the out and about lifestyle of South African’s. Currently the product says that it should not be used in water, I am not sure whether this is an overzealous health and safety stance they are taking or whether the product should actually not be used in water. There are two other factors that are crucial for the success of the product:

1.       The ability for it to quickly inflate with the use of an automatic pump (like our modern day inflatable mattresses).

2.       The ability for the actual table to fold up as it is far to bulky to take in the car in its current form.

From their website their market has been B2B with it being used as a branding and exhibition tool. The above would need to be considered to go the B2C route.

Read more here: http://www.baconinflate.co.uk/product/donuts/image/8

 

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Coinstar principle ideal for South Africa

This concept, whereby people can take their jars of coins, pour them into a machine and have notes or vouchers returned to them is an unbelievable concept. I am always one who believes in business where the machines do the work are the most effective. This would be perfect for all supermarkets back home in South Africa. Logistically you would have to have a relationship with Fidelity Guards as your cash management organisation but apart from that this is a concept that makes money while you sleep. As much as Coinstar feel that their machine is covered by a patent, they would only have been able to patent certain components within the device, and not able to patent the idea of a machine returning notes / vouchers in return for cash. Someone needs to come up with an idea to copy their machine.

 

Coinstar if you read this give me a call.

 

Final note, any business that has a direct result on the mint supply of a country is definitely on the right track. I feel sorry for the car guards as their income is going to be drastically reduced if this comes into effect.