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The Drum's Profile Hub Round-up: From tweet shops to street cleaners

Feast your eyes upon the crème de la crème of the creative crop coming through The Drum’s Profile Hub - marking the week’s best activity in marketing, PR and design.

First is the Daisy Marc Jacobs Tweet Shop, a Twitter outlet erected by Cult London during New York Fashion Week 2014. The store received over 160 mentions in the media and over 40 million impressions, bringing the brand to the forefront during one of the busiest events of the fashion calendar.

Next is a regional PR Campaign Tunisian National Tourist Board, created by Rooster PR, which secured coverage in the Birmingham Post, the Plymouth Herald, Teeside Evening Gazette, the Scotsman, Coventry Telegraph and Wales on Sunday.

Furthermore, a travel feature was broadcast live on BBC Radio Midlands - reaching over 200,000 listeners.

Music distribution firm Ditto Music's sleek new website follows, designed by digital creative agency Davidson Williams.

This is followed by drinks wholesaler Matthew Clark's separate UK agency called Catalyst - a firm capable of serving as the 'catalyst' of drinks brand growth. Below is a typically visually appealing ad from the group designed by Oakwood.

The Club at Wyboston Lakes is next, an online reward programme dedicated to rewarding consumers for their loyalty to Y Spa at Wyboston Lakes Hotel.

A new website, based on theincentivebank platform, was established for users to check their balance, redeem rewards, receive exclusive offers and much more.

And finally, this large exhibition stand at Recycling and Waste Management 2014, created by the Exhibition Superstore, follows.

The stand was erected for Aebi Schmidt, a UK winter and utility machine firm, using a ISOframe Custom centre tower and red top ISObar by Display Makers UK.

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