Category Archives: Social Media

New Client: Elliott & Powell

Apologies, we’re a bit late posting this one up. However, we have a darn good excuse. When Keri Powell contacted Hello Henley 4 weeks ago, asking if we might be able to help raise awareness of their work – and in particular their gallery space at The Henley Festival – we ‘whooped’ and did one…

Chimp-tastic Marketing

Meet Mini Monkie. Over the last few months Hello Henley has been avidly watching this fluffy primate having a blast in and around Henley-on-Thames… via social media. We ingenuously enjoy following his chimp-tastic-antics not only because he is outrageously hilarious – but because we are fascinated by this brilliant marketing strategy. Mini Monkey would clearly…

Marlow FM is my new favourite place to hang out!

I loved it so much last time that the lovely Mary Flavelle invited me back on to her show Mid Morning Matters! Just like before, I had a blast. In fact, I would wholeheartedly say that Marlow FM is now my favourite place to hang out (apart from my bed – where I like spending…

Another door opens! New client…

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we have another business to add to our ever growing client list! Please join us in welcoming Manning UK. I met with the lovely Ann Manning a few weeks ago to discuss the company’s Social Publishing. We had a great chat about what Manning UK do – they are…

Duck Talk

Last night I was incredibly lucky to talk at the inaugural Creative Duck Event at The Hotel du Vin in Henley on Thames. The Creative Duck are a new collective whose aim is to bring together the creative community in & around Henley-on-Thames – a place where people can exchange ideas & learn together, with regular meet-ups…

Beauty & the Instagram

We’re very, very, very excited here at Hello Henley towers. We have another amazing client to add to our portfolio. We’d like to introduce Poppy Wilson – super talented make-up artist extraordinaire. Aspen met with Poppy a few weeks back to discuss her current Social Media activity and they discussed what could be done to improve…