At Crisp we like to meet new people and hear new stories, so last week some of our team attended StartUp Grind Global Conference 2017 in Redwood City, California.
Crisp Thinking CEO and Founder Adam Hildreth will speak about current and emerging social media risks at the next PwC Data Forum in London. The event, on Monday December 5, will see Adam discuss escalating issues like illegal & offensive content, scams, trolls, security risks & more.
As the counterfeit goods market starts to grow rapidly across social media, an overwhelmed luxury industry is struggling to come to terms with this complex online problem.
Rio 2016 has been a reminder to brands that not even the divine powers that be can protect you from IP infringements. Earlier this month a tweet by Pope Francis received an automatic reply from a since-suspended account @official_rule40 saying he was violating ‘Olympic Guidelines’.
Up until recently the role of social media monitoring and moderation has been held within the remit of digital and communications departments. However, times are changing and issues such as data protection breaches, cyber security, IP & copyright infringement and privacy threats are forcing the rest of us to sit up and take notice.
If South by Southwest wasn't enough for the Crisp team the same week, we also sent Social Risk Defenders Adam, David, Susan, Pete and Imogen to the 30th edition of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Here we demoed Combat the world's most advanced platform for social apps and gaming platforms to protect young people from sexual exploitation and bullying.
When you get on a plane to SXSW there's a 100% chance you're sitting next to the next big thing in tech/music or film. Get talking, and they may impart some advice on navigating the chaos in your changeover that is Atlanta airport!
Last week we were at Stamford Bridge for the Digital Marketing Innovation Summit. It was an incredibly exciting place to be over two days with several other strategy and innovation conferences converging in the same place.
Remaining at the forefront of digital innovation as a marketer is sometimes a burden - has every eventuality been considered? We've seen the success of many innovative campaigns marred by issues the team and agency hadn’t expected. When our event partners, Innovation Enterprise asked us to exhibit at the event, it was a no brainer.
Back in May, seven Crisp staff members were persuaded to take part in the National Three Peaks Challenge (and raise lots of money for Challengers) and on 25th September, four members of the London office and three members of the Leeds office (Imogen, Sam, Coco, Ashleigh, Jordan, Cameron and James) set off to conquer Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon. Here’s our story.