Nov 11

Why use a Password Manager?

The use of a tried and trusted, secure and safe password manager such as LastPass or Keeper in the current era, when cyber security and hacking is such an issue, is a huge benefit to not only organisations but individuals as well.

The main and original point of having a password manager in place was to keep all of your usernames and passwords in one location, but to also keep usernames and passwords safe so others cannot access them. Continue reading »

Aug 25

spam iconWe’re all familiar with the concept of spam and spam traffic to websites that shows up on Google Analytics’ data and can, depending on the size of the site and the level of traffic it receives, really skew the data collected and make it hard to accurately analyse what is happening with the site and its visitors. However, we now also have the problem of ghost spam!

Unlike traditional referral spam, which relies on bots hitting your site, ghost spam is something that shows up in Google Analytics as a visit and has the effect of skewing the data collected, but doesn’t actually equate to anything or anyone having visited the site. Continue reading »

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May 06

We have had much debate in the office surrounding Twitter’s ‘favourite’ star, and now the new ‘love’ heart. Should the star have been reserved for those extra special tweets (and is therefore fairly pointless) or should it be used similarly to Facebook’s ‘like’ button, used as a conversation ender, an acknowledgment of posts that don’t require a response and just to generally like a tweet? Continue reading »

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Dec 06

As proud sponsors of the British Judo Awards 2015, we attended the 9th Annual Awards Dinner, held this year at the East Midlands Conference Centre on 7th November.

We were greeted at the black tie event with a champagne reception, which provided a perfect time to catch up with familiar faces at the British Judo Association.

Once sat down for the 3-course dinner, the awards ceremonies began and went in intervals between our delicious courses, and as sponsors, we were also privileged to be able to present a selection of awards to the winners too.

Craig presented gold, silver and bronze awards for the following categories: Event Volunteer of the Year, Club Volunteer of the Year and Club Coach of the Year.

As part of our sponsorship, we printed the programmes for the evening ensuring they suited the style of the event, with a glossy and professional finish. We were delighted to print and produce these programmes for the evening as part of our sponsorship.

As a valued client of Mulberry Square, we have worked with British Judo on a number of design and print management jobs for a number of years, helping them to provide important resources and information to the Judo clubs around the country, whilst maintaining the British Judo Branding.

Not only working on print, we’ve also aided their web design and development, in particular we created a page where each club can personalise details on posters to suit their location and contact details etc, but without changing the branding and look of the poster – enabling a consistent branding across the country’s clubs, but ensuring that they can equally be specific to each.

Congratulations to all of the nominees and winners from across the country, and a warm thank you to British Judo for letting us be a part of your wonderful evening, we look forward to our next project!

Craig Johnstone Mulberry Square presenting awards

Mulberry Square, proud sponsors of the 2015 British Judo Awards

 

Craig Johnstone, Mulberry Sqaure prenseting awards at British Judo Awards Dinner

As well as sponsoring, we were also privileged to present awards in 3 categories

 

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Nov 04
LCFC Filbert at Mulberry Square Stand at LB E

We think Filbert should stick to football!

Leicestershire Business Event 2015 welcomed us, Mulberry Square, to the one of the biggest dates on the Leicestershire business calendar.

LBE is an annual event inviting Leicestershire based businesses to come together under one roof, which is then open to registered attendees; from interested public to directors and company decision makers.

For those that attended, you may remember the people with the awesome putting green? That was us! For those who weren’t there, we went for a cool golf themed stand with a putting green! Continue reading »

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