Beer Masters: The Search For Europe's Next Great Beer
The inaugural BCMA Global Member Networking brought together members from across the globe. We heard from branded content legend and member of the BCMA Global Brand Council, Bruce Bildsten, Executive Creative Director of Best Buy and architect of the groundbreaking BMW Film series who joined us live from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. You can see the video of the 'Fireside Chat' by clicking here
Award-winning branded content production company, Electric Robin (part of Banijay) has created Beer Masters. The show is funded by Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABInBev), the world's largest brewer.
Presented by James Blunt and Jaega Wise the homebrewing competition sees Europe's best home brewers go head-to-head across five challenges brewing popular beer styles and taking on creative and technical challenges.
Each episode the beers are judged by top brewmasters and beer lovers with only one team being crowned Beer Masters!
We've spoken to Adam Kaczmarski, Creative Producer at Electric Robin about the hit series, how it came about, how they sold it to the client and what advice he'd give to brands wanting to create entertaining branded content.
Many have claimed that all social networks are starting to look the same. Copying has its place, for sure. But the newest community-focused platform, Clubhouse, is finding early success by doing something completely different.
Rebecca Allen, Global Board Director at the BCMA asks Angela McCann, Head Of Marketing at M4Jam about the campaign and the extraordinary recognition and success it's achieved. The campaign has raised R4million and is still going!
Beazley Group Highlights Risk For Content Creators
Beazley are a specialist insurer with three decades of experience in providing clients with the highest standards of underwriting and claims service worldwide. The media industry is like no other and has distinct insurance requirements. They have drawn upon their wealth of experience in the sector to design broad coverage to match the needs of the wide range of businesses that make up the industry.
From publishers, broadcasters, bloggers, vloggers, social influencers, authors, journalists and content creators, Beazley understands the risks associated with doing business in this industry and can help design an occurrence based insurance solution to match the exposure.
The videos were created to highlight the risks associated with content creators.
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