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Published on October 25th, 2006 | by Simon Wakeman

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Crayon launching in Second Life

Just a quick post to wish the best of luck to the founders of Crayon with their official launch in Second Life on Thursday. I’ve been mighty busy this week so am quite late to the party with this I know!
I’m in Paris on business all day on Thursday, but will be checking out their Second Life place and real world website when I return.

For some insight into what the Crayon venture is all about check out posts by Neville and Shel, two of Crayon’s co-founders.

It sounds like a really exciting time – the combined contribution of the four founders of Crayon to social media and new marketing is immense, and it’ll be great to see the fruits of their combined professional expertise for their clients.

I wish them all the best of luck and fortune with the launch of Crayon – as Neville has noted the expectation bar has been set very high, but I’m sure these guys will surpass even the highest of expectations.

I just hope they continue to share their wisdom and knowledge with the rest of the community as freely as they have to date :)

This article originally appeared on Simon Wakeman’s communications, marketing and public relations blog at www.simonwakeman.com.


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    Simon WakemanSimon is a CIPR and CIM qualified senior communications and marketing professional with experience working across the full communications mix in the public and private sectors. He has a genuine passion for all things digital.

    He is Director of Strategy and Marketing at Deeson Group. He also writes a Cision UK top 10 marketing and communications blog.

    Outside work he enjoys running, road cycling, mountain biking, caravanning and generally being outdoors. Simon is married with two young children, has an energetic miniature labradoodle and lives in Canterbury, Kent.

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