So its been a wild month, with world record fines, Libra/Calibra & Libra Foundation announcements, #TheGreatHack on Netflix and Boris as PM dropping over 5000 ad variants on day one on the job. It’s fair to say tech is moving at lightning pace, and as much as the above may give us anxiety, there is […]
3 months had gone by and I had managed to sign up 12 shops to Droplet in Bournemouth.
South Coast Roast
Burger shack (Owned by Chicken & Blues)
& others that I no longer remember.
My first interview out* of uni took place in a co-working space office in Kings Cross, the day started with an introduction to the company and it’s intentions by Steffan Aquarone and Will Grant the founders of Droplet. There mission was to create a business that allowed users to pay businesses & each other on there mobiles. The technology was clean cut and very well designed albeit ahead of its time.
There are no words to describe the feeling in my stomach when receiving a call from my mum telling me that my little brother Marco, who was 5 years old at the time, had been admitted to hospital with suspected meningitis…
Observing other clothing companies brought me to the assumption that a photo shoot was necessary. I asked three of my course mates to get involved in exchanged for a free hat each. The old-school chopper we used in the shoot was lent to us by a local bike shop.It was located right next to our halls and we walked past the beauty that was displayed on the window every day. Myself and Matt had no real reason to use the bike other than wanting to ride it round Bournemouth. So after a week of convincing Bernard the store owner, we put down a £100 deposit and took it with us. Part of the deal was that the models would wear tops sold by the store hence the horrific jumpers they are all wearing…