Virtual Viewing have partnered with industry leading tech supplier, 3D Exposure, to create the ‘showroom of the future’. The interactive digital showroom can provide a multi-sensory experience for a potential house buyer, allowing them to get a tangible ‘feel’ for the new home they could purchase. The interactivities that Virtual Viewing and 3D Exposure can offer include, sharing via social media, interaction with smart phones, augmented reality and multi-sensory options including sight, smell and touch. Read more below;
February 4, 2013
September 15, 2010
Leave a Comment
Meeting the UK’s bold target of an 80% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 will require widespread changes in the way that we generate and use electricity. Milton Keynes – and Virtual Viewing – is at the forefront of some of these exciting and innovative changes.
Through the MKSmart2020 partnership, we are working with E.ON Central Networks, the University Centre Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Partnership, Milton Keynes Council, the Open University and Cranfield University to help Milton Keynes through an evolution of the way that we all use energy. This will include SmartGrids, electric vehicles, ground heat sources, intelligent appliances, and integrated energy generation systems (wind farms, solar panels, advanced recycling plants) – and all of this work is being undertaken in conjunction with Milton Keynes Council’s Low Carbon Living Programme. (more…)
June 2, 2010
Leave a Comment
Virtual Viewing has been working with Istropolitana Ogilvy, a Slovak advertising agency that has been acquired by Ogilvy & Mather, on a nationwide campaign for t-com – known as T-mobile in the UK and one of Slovakia’s major mobile telecommunications service providers.
April 19, 2010
All businesses and organisations work in their own ways, and serve different markets with different goods and services, but they have at least one thing in common: a need to make their marketing budget work as effectively as possible. Your existing marketing mix may include: your own printed materials; trade, national and local newspaper advertising; direct mail and/or email campaigns. Embracing internet marketing can add a whole new range of channels: websites, search engine advertising, email campaigns, social media and much more. But the continuing responsibility of marketing budget holders is to balance spending in these areas to maximise effectiveness.
The percentage of your business that comes directly from websites or email campaigns will vary from one sector to another. A business selling goods online, for example, should make every effort (through email campaigns, search engine advertising and integrated use of social media) to drive as much traffic as possible to the website, as cost of sales online may well be substantially lower. The context may be very different for a consultancy, where the role of a website or an email campaign is more likely to focus on establishing brand positioning and values, making the latest news, offers and service details available as quickly as possible, providing information about services and including calls to action that encourage – and make it easy – for web site visitors – to make contact with appropriate points within the business.