On September 17th and 18th, at the Victoria Park Plaza hotel, the pharma marketing industry gathered to attend the eyeforpharma Multichannel Marketing Summit 2014.
For this event we were asked by strategic marketing consultancy Blue Latitude to bake 200 mini cupcakes with their branding on top. They had loads of great swag to give away, including our delicious and popular cupcakes.
Well, we didn’t disappoint and on Thursday night at 10pm we dropped off their order (oh yes, even at that time of night) so they could be ready on their stand at 7:30am to wow the delegates of #e4pMCM.
Aye Captain Birdseye loves a piece a cake (at Feltham TW13)
Corporate branded mini cupcakes for Blue Latitude’s #e4pMCM event stand. If you’re there, grab one! (at Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, London)
Extra dark, extra rich, extra special brownies with salted pretzels baked inside! (at Wraggamuffins)
Getting ready for their close-up (at Dehavilland Studios)
There most certainly are lots of nuts inside this kitchen! (at Wraggamuffins)
Sweet caramel muffin mixed with loads of Oreo Cookie Crumble and then baked to perfection. Only available for a limited time!
Available in sizes: regular and mini
PART OF OUR AMERICAN FLAVOURS RANGE.
All our muffins are made fresh-to-order and therefore come in a minimum quantity. Choose between our regular size muffin, the BIG American style (6 per box) or our perfect bitesize mini muffins (36 per box).
PLEASE ALLOW 48 HOURS FOR DELIVERY WHEN SELECTING ROYAL MAIL SPECIAL DELIVERY(orders placed on a Friday will be scheduled for Monday delivery)
Watch the video of how Wraggamuffins rocked the #IceBucketChallenge. After Selina dried off, we donated to the Motor Neurone Disease Association, which is the equivalent ALS Association here in the UK. So far (at the time of writing this blog) over £25 million has been raised, which is a phenomenal amount of money; however it’s the awareness of the disease which is proving to be the most valuable outcome of the challenge.
You can donate to the MND Association by clickinghere.
And if you’re wondering why on earth people are doing this, then take a few minutes to hear Anthony’s story.
At the moment very little is known about ALS. There is no cure and the cause is not yet known. The life expectancy for people who have the disorder is two to five years from the time they are diagnosed.