Welsh Cheese Company Launch Hampers and Subscriptions Perfect for Christmas

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As the temperatures start to drop, and the nights grow longer it is safe to say that Summer is definitely over. As the seasons continue to change the focus is transferring to Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas. Those who are more organised and getting a head of the crowds, it is the perfect time to start thinking about, if not purchasing, Christmas gifts.

If you are looking for some inspiration, and wanting to give a truly unique gift, how about cheese? A new company, the Welsh Cheese Company has created a one-stop online shop for customers to find the best selection of Welsh cheeses. The company is also offering a cheese subscription, that is the perfect gift for any cheese connoisseur that will keep on giving throughout the year. Also available is a range of gift hampers that contain Welsh Cheese as well as a range of other complimentary Welsh-made deli produce.

The monthly subscriptions, Clwb Caws, meaning ‘cheese club’ in Welsh was seen as being the logical next step for founder and Musician Tom Pinder. The company was first created after Tom spotted a gap in the market and an opportunity to become a champion of Welsh-made cheeses and other deli products.

The subscriptions, including postage, costs £27 per month and will deliver a selection of four different Welsh cheeses to the customer, or recipient’s door every month. The subscription can be signed up to on a pay monthly basis or as a paid up front 3 or 6-month subscription. The paid upfront options are perfect as gifts that last longer that a cheese hamper.

However, for those who are wanting to give a hamper, Welsh Cheese Company offer a Beer and Cheese Lover’s Hamper as well as a Seaweed and Gin Hamper, the Welsh Wine and Cheese Connoisseur Hamper and the Caerphilly Mountain hampers. These gifts start from £16.50 for a Welsh Taster Box to £125 for the amazing Welsh Favourites Luxury Hamper.

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Fast & Furious Live Global Tour Announced

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It has been announced by Universal Brand Development, Fast Live Productions and Live Nation Entertainment that Fast & Furious Live will premiere in London at the O2 on the 19th January 2018. After this premiere show, Fast & Furious Live will then be heading on tour to Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Belfast and Glasgow. These locations have been announced as a part of a larger, global arena tour.

The tour is hoping to bring audiences all of the action and excitement from one of the most popular and enduring film series of all-time. The film series will be brought to life by experts on a groundbreaking live arena tour. The Creative Director and Executive Producer of Fast & Furious Live has announced that the show has been in the pipeline and development for a number of years. It is exciting for the team that have been working on the show to finally announce the start of the live tour based on the internationally popular film franchise.

The live show will feature a range of extraordinary stunts as well as special effects and use of some of the latest 3D-projection mapping. The drivers in the show will be pushing their own limits in order to deliver a spectacular show that spectators will never forget. The tour will travel to 23 different cities across 14 countries as the start of the Fast & Furious Live journey.

The two-hour show will be adrenaline packed and expected to be one of the most unbelievable live arena productions to ever be created. The show will require precision performance driving as well as stunts that defy physics. The Live show will include 3D-precision mapping in order to create a range of key scenes from the film series, allowing fans to feel as though they are in the midst of the action.

This live show will, for Universal Brand Development, redefine the fan access to such a popular film franchise, as audiences will feel the heat from the exhausts while being blown away by the vehicular acrobatics.

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Spoon Guru Collects IGD Digital Engagement Award

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The IGD Awards have been formed in order to celebrate business excellence as well as people development, sustainability and individual success taking place in the food and grocery industry. At each event the winners of the IDG Awards have been selected by a panel of industry experts which include representatives from the IGD and companies across the food and grocery supply chain.

This year, Spoon Guru has been announced as the winner of the IGD Digital Engagement Award. The award was announced at an event held at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, London. The Awards ceremony took place last week and saw the company celebrated for their innovative business approach which has helped to improve the shopping experience of those with specific dietary requirements. Spoon Guru uses the latest technological advances in AI and machine learning in order to improve the shopping experience for their customers. The unique search technology that has been developed by Spoon Guru has allowed food businesses to improve and refine their products in order to appeal to customers based on their individual customer profiles. This focused shopping experience leads to an increase of suitable foods available to the customer while cutting down the effort needed to find them.

Spoon Guru has been selected for this award as it is a brilliant example of how technology can be used in the food and grocery industry in order to solve a real problem for shoppers who have dietary requirements. The tool that has been developed by the company has also experienced rapid expansion that has allowed the company to now deliver at scale. Spoon Guru has formed partnerships with a number of retailers around the world in order to offer an innovative commercial solution that could transform the lives of shoppers. It is great that such a positive platform has received recognition at the IGD Awards and no doubt that company will continue to develop their plans going forward.

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