The latest in a list of high-profile groundbreaking brands, Uber follows Google and Airbnb into the risky world of rebrands. The Uber taxi network has sprawled from a single city to an incredible 400 cities in 65 countries, and the brand depends on its users hanging their trust in the service. So shaking off the previous cold and distant brand, and expanding to something friendlier, flexible and forward thinking is a wise move to make.
For the last few years, Omobono has been proud to work with the cancer charity Maggie’s Wallace. It offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Help is offered freely to anyone with any type of cancer.
04 February 2016
Posted by: Holly Balmforth
In our personal lives, we’ve always been compared with our peers; the first to walk, the highest exam score, how many minors (in my case… majors) we had on our driving tests, and so on.
29 January 2016
Posted by: Ying Mak
While listening to one of my favourite podcasts - “No such thing as a fish” - they mentioned that an unofficial flag had been designed for Mars. The reason that it’s ‘unofficial’ is because the Outer Space Treaty states "outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, are not subject to national appropriation by claim of sovereignty, by means of use or occupation, or by any other means."
29 January 2016
Posted by: Luke Moore
You may have heard on the grapevine that Omobono recently became A Google Certified Partner. Whilst we now have the luxury of displaying a shiny new badge on our website, the implications are much more profound for us. But before we go any further, what does it actually mean to become a Certified Partner? Why is it important, and why now?
Working in an agency takes some getting used to, and one of the things I have struggled with over my past year is getting to grips with the Acronyms, Initialisms and common phrases that are used on a daily basis within the workplace.
15 January 2016
Posted by: Sean Hester
Hear what the 3 founders of Omobono have to say about the last 15 years of the company's life.
05 January 2016
Posted by: Fran Brosan
Have you seen? The Oxford English Dictionary’s choice for new word 2015 isn’t a word. OMG. Stop the presses. Hold the tweet. What’s wrong with the world…
16 December 2015
Posted by: Hugh Billings
‘You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink’, it’s an old adage but it seemed to resonate at our Omobono Business Breakfast last Friday. As we tucked into our poached eggs and crispy bacon, both the coffee and discussion flowed freely.
17 November 2015