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win a trip to Iceland

Enter to Win a Trip to Iceland Courtesy of BIGfish Client Iceland Naturally

by Bristol Whitcher

social media video

If you’ve ever wanted to visit Iceland, the Land of Fire & Ice, now is your chance! BIGfish client Iceland Naturally is running a video contest to give one fan and a guest the chance to travel to Iceland for the internationally-acclaimed music festival, Iceland Airwaves. Entering is easy:  

Boston PR Interns

Thank You, Spring Interns!

by Bristol Whitcher

our team public relations

The spring is always an insanely busy time here at BIGfish: post-CES follow up, Taste of Iceland, press events and much, much more, so we rely heavily on our interns to help out with some pretty important projects. This semester we were lucky enough to have not one but two incredibly talented and hardworking public relations interns on our team: Bella & Karoline. They helped with social media, media lists, pitching (and securing coverage for our clients!), writing blog posts and a plethora of other things. Keep reading to learn more about their time at BIGfish.  

Donald Trump hypothetical Boston Globe front page

The Boston Globe: Donald Trump’s America

by Bristol Whitcher

boston social media

In case you missed it, on Sunday, April 10, The Boston Globe issued a hypothetical front page showcasing what life would look like if Donald Trump were to become president. A bold headline reads “DEPORTATIONS TO BEGIN,” followed by a series of stories about sinking markets, an outrageous new libel law and Trump potentially landing on the Nobel prize short list. This satirical look at modern American politics divided readers:  

BIGfish Client Ring Raises $61.2 Million Series C & Launches New Ring Video Doorbell Pro

by Bristol Whitcher

consumer electronics

Today, BIGfish client Ring announced it raised $61.2 million in Series C funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers with add-on from existing investor Sir Richard Branson. With this round, Ring has raised $93.7 million to date. Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and CEO of Ring, said: “At Ring, it’s our mission to reduce crime by creating a ‘ring’ of security around our customers’ front doors, homes and neighborhoods. I am pleased KPCB has joined Ring’s group of leading investors alongside Sir Richard Branson as we continue to make neighborhoods around the world safer. With these new funds, we will expand that ‘ring’ of security by adding to our high-quality, diverse line of smart security products.”  

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