After six months of hard work, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of the brand new alternative finance platform, OFF3R. It’s been a few months since our last… Read More »OFF3R, the alternative finance platform
September 4th 2014 is the big day, and following the event’s success in 2013 Loft is on board once again to help make this year an even bigger success.
This is an all-round feel good event, designed to get more people to cycle to work and as a result, improve health, traffic levels and the environment. Last year 20,000 commuters and a few famous people pledged miles to support the cause – this was a great effort but we still need more. This year the team at Cycle to Work Day HQ are set on doubling these numbers through a massive, far reaching social media campaign that goes way beyond just trending on Twitter.
Blog revamp to help world’s sixth-largest professional services firm engage the best graduate talent in the UK.
We’ve just launched a quick, clean restructure and makeover of Grant Thornton’s Spilling the Beans blog in the UK. It’s part of our on-going, global work with the world’s sixth-largest professional services firm, enabling them to use the web in innovative ways to attract and recruit the best talent to their teams.
This particular project is about enabling new graduate recruits to share their day-to-day experiences of working at the firm, and engage directly with upcoming graduate pools through comments, forums, tips and their own Twitter accounts.
“Ditch the car, tear up the bus pass and join the cycling revolution” our new campaign says.
We’ve just launched a campaign for gold-medal-winning paralympian Dame Sarah Storey and Cyclescheme, to encourage more people to cycle to work.
Brand new online service and business app for UK government Benefit in Kind scheme.
Hot on the heels of our Childcarescheme launch earlier this year, we have just launched another brand new online service and application for our client, Cyclescheme, who we have helped to become one of the UK’s fastest growing companies over the last five years.
This new service enables people to make tax savings and spread the cost of buying computers and related kit online, as an employee benefit under the UK government’s Benefits in Kind programme.
The project adapts the light-touch, fully-automated, self-service approach to employee benefits that we have devised for Cyclescheme over the last few years, and applies this to a traditional commerce model. Employees can shop through the site for the products they want in the normal way, but their final order is processed through their employer and payroll, rather through a card payment.