Emakina certified as Europe’s first “Kentico Technology Partner”

Emakina Group established a string of successful partnerships with leading CMS solution providers. These include Adobe AEM, Progress Sitefinity, Sitecore, Drupal, Episerver, Sharepoint, Umbraco and Kentico. Emakina and Kentico have been working closely together for many years. And now, after a remarkable series of top projects, we’re excited to announce the collaboration moves to a […]

Lindemans’ Lambic Tour: bicycles, beer and Art Nouveau

The Emakina/Communication team has delivered a project for Lindemans’s Lambic Tour event: a bicycle ride between the Lindemans brewery in Vlezenbeek and the Place Royale in the center of Brussels at the occasion of the Brussels No Car Day last September. Participants could marvel at Art Nouveau architecture along the way before enjoying Lindemans refreshments and […]

Get your game face on!

Every once or twice a month at Emakina, knees get weak and hands are shaking. Not because we’re anxiously waiting on a reply from a pitch we did – although that occasionally happens too. But rather because everyone’s looking at their cards, pawns or whatever else it is you’re playing with at Board Game Night. […]

Scrum Master Kevin Ambrogi joins Emakina’s Web Building team

The latest recruit to the Emakina Web Building team is Kevin Ambrogi, a Scrum Master and PMP-Certified Project Manager. He has already started work on first clients, such as Starwood Hotels and the international ngo Education Above All. Over the last months, Emakina’s Web building talent pool in Brussels added several new talents to its […]

Emakina/Communication welcomes CRM expert Kenny Van Beeck

Kenny Van Beeck, founder of EmailGarage joins the Emakina family. The senior expert in marketing automation and direct marketing integrated the Emakina/Communication team in Brussels and already started working on first projects. Over the last 15 years Kenny earned his spurs as a trusted consultant and business developer for companies such asUnilever, Sara Lee, Thomas […]

Hackages Hackjam at Emakina unites Javascripters

Developers unite! After the Hackages team yelled this battle call on  Twitter, 21 Javascript code warriors ‘Reacted’, for a great Hackjam at Emakina’s Brussels office. Alex Lobera introduces himself, with code, naturally So, what’s a hackjam? A hackjam is a 2 hours free hacking session, where you solve a challenge. In this session, experienced React […]

Emakina Group and Air Paris start strategic global partnership

Emakina Group and Air Paris today announced their global strategic partnership. The new collaboration creates a powerhouse, uniting Emakina’s strength as a leading European full-service digital agency group and Air Paris’ international expertise in strategy, development and communication for luxury and beauty brands. Air Paris is a great match for Emakina. It was born when […]

Agencies and the chatbot challenge

The smartphone has become the technological tool we depend on most in our everyday lives: it allows us to find (and find again) information we need, entertain ourselves, remind us what we are supposed to be doing, calculate our sporting progress, and remotely control connected objects or domestic applications. Of course, we also use it […]

Cannes 2016: reinventing agencies lead the way

Insights by Andrew Berglund (@_AndrewInc) Executive Creative Director at Emakina Silicon Value This year’s theme appeared to be about agencies reinventing themselves. It’s about redefining their offer and in fact underlining their need to be agile, and not rooted in one solution suffering from “the Madison Avenue syndrome”. Instead the trend is more towards “Silicon […]

My Way opens car doors for students

Empty–nest syndrome noun emp·ty–nest syndrome \ˈem(p)-tē-ˈnest-\: a feeling of prolonged sadness, loss, or emptiness that is often experienced by a parent whose children have grown up and moved away from home With summer approaching, a whole new flock of young birds is preparing to fly off to college or universitiy, leaving their parents suddenly in […]

All you need to know about Emakina’s chatbot Hackathon

From the 20th to the 22nd of October, 5 teams of ambitious young people gathered at Emakina in Brussels with one single objective in mind: to create the most helpful chatbot they could think of, within 48 hours. Helped by Emakinian volunteers, they dedicated their weekend to this challenging task. All 5 teams had great […]

Brace Yourselves: Emhackinathon 2016 Is Coming

After the great success of last year’s edition, the Emhackinathon is back! And the big star of this Emhackinathon 2016 is… *drum roll* CHATBOTS! Also called conversational agents, these bots are conceived to help you find goods, to access services more easily, but also for the sole purpose of entertaining us. REGISTER HERE Organized in […]

Hats off for the unsung office heroes

That’s how it goes… The world belongs to strategic consultants, project managers, senior account executives, top designers, and a hundred other beautiful people making great things happen… Their work is appreciated, their creations win applause, awards even, and they happily claim their deserved place in the spotlight. But they achieve their goals thanks to the […]

Emakina Lead Android Developer brings Nougat to work

Benjamin Monjoie, Lead Android Developer at Emakina has made it a personal point of honour to celebrate each new version of Android with his colleagues. So, this morning the good people at Emakina.BE found a refreshing message in their mailbox. Some fun information, in combination with Benjamin’s promise of wonderful candy. A nice way to […]

Emakina wins Selligent ‘Campaign of the Year’ and ‘Best Creative’ Award

Emakina won two major prizes at the 2016 Selligent Awards gala during the Selligent River Summit in Lisbon – Selligent is the world’s leading independent provider of 1-to-1 engagement solutions for relationship marketing. The jury recognised the digital agency’s top performance and best practices in innovative and creative campaign management for the My Way E-Blackmail. Emakina […]

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