Former NME Editor; current CEO of AllTogetherNow - helping brands connect with online audiences and get maximum value from the digital space
Conor is a multi-award-winning content creative and strategist, and the chief executive of digital engagement agency AllTogetherNow.
Previously editor of NME and TopGear Magazine, Conor has an unrivalled understanding of how to create content that will engage audiences both in the long and the short term.
Using a cutting-edge, data-driven approach to content marketing, Conor has delivered solutions for clients including adidas, Argos, Co-op, Lexus International, Barclays, Virgin Money, Virgin Media, Karen Millen, TalkTalk, Travelodge, Reckitt Benckiser and The National Lottery.
One of the major factors in the Corbyn Labour resurgence appears to be the increased turn-out of young voters. How much that increase has been is still up for debate (as high as 72% turn-out is claimed but unverified) but, broadly, those constituencies that had the highest percentage of 18-25 year-old voters had the highest swing to Labour.
It's not about Trump. I mean, it clearly is a bit about Trump because he's just been elected President of the United States of America, but actually there are far bigger forces at play here than even him. The mistake would be to allow ourselves to be distracted by the shouty orange thing rather than looking to what's created the shouty orange thing.
27/11/2016 21:41 GMT
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