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CW makes it into the Telegraph Supplement

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In with some quite reasonable company, too.
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Credit where its due :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Isn't it paid for?
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Most articles like that are paid for in the Telegraph, remember their cruise line "review"?
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It looks to be part of some series of articles on saving the oceans, whether the writer/paper were approached by watch companies, or they put out a call for companies to show how they are “making a difference”, is unclear.

However, it doesn’t mean that it’s been paid for… companies I’ve worked with in the past, have had editorial content printed without having to pay for it… newspaper wants to fill editorial on a hot topic and the companies oblige… win/win.

Either way, it’s good to see CW getting more exposure :thumbup:
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^^^ They certainly used to advertise in the EasyJet seat-back mags. I don’t know if they still do, because I haven’t flown with EasyJet for about six years.
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^^^ They are regular advertisers in "Private Eye" magazine. It's how I became aware of the brand, so that one worked!
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