Sean Cole
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Sean Cole

Content Marketing ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
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Sean Cole
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Sean Cole

Content Marketing ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
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  • Under The Influence - Is social media killing the music industry?
    Under The Influence - Is social media killing the music industry?A panel discussion exploring the impact of social media in the music industry. We live in a world where a 60-second melody posted on social media can secure you a record deal and where we now feel closer to our favourite artists thanks to Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat. But if you take a closer look at your social feed and you might see something more calculated happening. Artists stunting for ‘likes’, emotive rants and beef instigating memes, all highlight the unfiltered and sometimes unplea
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  • Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead?' ft. FLIRTA D, IAN MCQUAID, DR ADAM ELLIOT COPPER, MYKAELL RILEY & HENRIE KWUSHUE
    Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead?' ft. FLIRTA D, IAN MCQUAID, DR ADAM ELLIOT COPPER, MYKAELL RILEY & HENRIE KWUSHUEOn Wednesday 21 February 2018, LAFV hosted Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead', our first live discussion panel, key themes covered: - What is Grime? - Is Grime Dead? - Grime’s evolution for mass appeal (nationally, globally) - The commercialisation and politicisation of Grime - The "being independent" vs. backed by a label argument
  • Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead?' ft. FLIRTA D, IAN MCQUAID, DR ADAM ELLIOT COPPER, MYKAELL RILEY & HENRIE KWUSHUE
    Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead?' ft. FLIRTA D, IAN MCQUAID, DR ADAM ELLIOT COPPER, MYKAELL RILEY & HENRIE KWUSHUEOn Wednesday 21 February 2018, LAFV hosted Question Grime: 'Is Grime Dead', our first live discussion panel, key themes covered: - What is Grime? - Is Grime Dead? - Grime’s evolution for mass appeal (nationally, globally) - The commercialisation and politicisation of Grime - The "being independent" vs. backed by a label argument
  • What Black Parties Mean for the Black Community
    What Black Parties Mean for the Black CommunityWe were recently interviewed by VICE Media discussing Black events and venue ownership in London. There's lots more that venues and councils can do to ensure that they are bringing diverse events calendars and have inclusive audiences in their spaces. https://www.vice.com/en/article/z3vpz9/history-of-uk-black-parties-lovers-rock Please reach out if you have any contacts that can help us bridge this gap
  • Is Black is the new Gold? The commoditisation of Black British Culture.
    Is Black is the new Gold? The commoditisation of Black British Culture.The commodification of Black British culture has been extensively documented and played out in real-time but at what cost to its originators? Why did the Nigerian football shirt released in advance of the 2018 World Cup become such an immediate cultural phenomenon? Why is Drake considered a culture vulture for his well publicised appreciation (or appropriation) of Black UK music and arts? The value of Black British cultural capital is on the rise and increasingly becoming more and more mainstrea
  • Black British Excellence - Are We There Yet?
    Black British Excellence - Are We There Yet?Black Excellence exists in the US, but where is it in the UK?... Love At First Vibe (LAFV) presents ‘Black British Excellence - are we there yet?’ As part of Black History, we are hosting a discussion panel exploring ideals of black identity and black excellence in music, with particular focus on the UK scene. We'll be joined by: Hak Baker - East London singer-songwriter Chuckie Lothian - DJ and pioneering host of Halfcast Podcast Mykaell Riley - Reggae Musician, University Lecturer and UK
  • Under The Influence - Is social media killing the music industry?
    Under The Influence - Is social media killing the music industry?A panel discussion exploring the impact of social media in the music industry. We live in a world where a 60-second melody posted on social media can secure you a record deal and where we now feel closer to our favourite artists thanks to Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat. But if you take a closer look at your social feed and you might see something more calculated happening. Artists stunting for ‘likes’, emotive rants and beef instigating memes, all highlight the unfiltered and sometimes unplea
Work history
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    Content Marketing ManagerZego
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    As part of the Content Marketing team, I am responsible for producing content that speaks to our customers in an appropriate voice, clearly and consistently, in addition to creating engaging, relevant and helpful content that has measurable value to Zego’s customers and business.
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    Love At First Vibe logo
    Co-founderLove At First Vibe
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    As co-founder, I’m responsible for overseeing the growth and development of the Love at First Vibe brand. My personal remit, which includes content creation, social media management, playlisting and events management, also extends to administrative tasks, a range of creative projects and financial reporting. My specific areas of focus are: Social Media, Content Strategy, Copywriting and connecting dots.
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Skills
  • Marketing
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Copywriting
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Email Marketing
  • Social Content Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Content Strategy
Education
    University of Portsmouth logo
    University of Portsmouth logo
    Digital MarketingUniversity of Portsmouth
     - Portsmouth, United Kingdom
    University of Portsmouth logo
    University of Portsmouth logo
    Sociology BScUniversity of Portsmouth
     - Portsmouth, United Kingdom