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Friday, 25 September 2020


Content agency pledges £50K in free services to help during COVID-19

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Content agency Campfire is inviting organisations, businesses and charities to share what challenges brought on during the COVID-19 pandemic they are currently facing and the impact this is having on their ability to add value to the world. 

Campfire is committed to support one organisation by offering its own team and resources, including an in-house team of Art Directors, Content Creators, Producers, Designers, 3D Animators, Interactive and Experiential Specialists – up to a billable value of £50,000. The agency will develop and implement a creative solution to the challenge they can offer the most value to.

Lewis Phillips, Founder & CEO, Campfire said:

“We have always believed that creativity and communication (the main ingredients of content) have the power to contribute significant value to difficult situations, and we want to utilise our team and resources in the most effective way.”

Campfire is looking from anyone to share what significant impacts and disruptions they have sustained and is inviting them to submit their challenges to The Furnace.

Since Campfire began, the content agency has maintained a dedication to experimentation and self-initiated projects called The Furnace. The Furnace drives innovation and energises the team  – allowing them to explore new technologies and mediums and develop new ideas and skills, driven by a defined mission.

With the challenges and complexities that the world is currently facing, Campfire has chosen to open The Furnace and to offer its team and resources to find a creative solution for the greater good.

Learn more about The Furnace and apply in the link below:

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