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SIR Richard Branson has chosen an upcoming entrepreneur from Green Street Media to be the voice of Virgin Media Pioneers


Green Street Media featured in UK Government Enterprise Report

Lord Young, the enterprise advisor to David Cameron featured Green Street Media as a case study in a report published yesterday as the government launch a new business loans scheme. We were invited to feature in this report following the great success of Green Street Media over the last few years.

This report is the inquiry into small businesses that the Prime Minister asked Lord Young to undertake.

Lord Young writes;

“There are also other businesses which are more commercially orientated and don’t fit the social enterprise definition in terms of their distribution of profit, but nonetheless promote a strong social ethos in their business model. These businesses, like Green Street Media, are quick to seize on growing demands like ethical consumerism and environmental protection.”

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GSM feature article for Bare Essentials Magazine (Pg 82)

Our Founder Conrad Thornton recently wrote a guest article for eco adventure magazine – Bare Essentials. This carbon neutral publication inspiring people to explore and experience the wild wonders of This Earth. Click the above link to see the May/June issue or click here to see their website and all of their issues to date.

UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills feature Green Street Media on Guardian.co.uk

We are pleased to announce that we will be featuring on Guardian.co.uk for the next few months as part of the Governments ‘Business In You’. We’re delighted that the UK government recognises the hard work and dedication we’ve put into creating our fully sustainable brand! #businessinyou – click the above link to view.

Green Street Media provide sustainable branding for Chester Councils new flagship theatre project
Cheshire West and Chester Council last month announced that the listed Art Deco building is to be the site of the city’s £43m flagship theatre. The Northgate Street building has now been decorated with bold panels in a theatrical style announcing the exciting news.

Bright stars bearing footprints have been added to the pavement to encourage passers-by to interact with giant mirrored panels – enabling them to picture themselves as a star of the future. Conrad Thornton of Green Street Media said: “We are delighted to be working with Cheshire West and Chester Council on such a high profile project. The Council are very keen to share the development of this new theatre with local people and our adverts are an ideal way to communicate with the local population”.

Milton Keynes College launch a massive recruitment drive with over 200 Clean Ads!


The largest ever Clean Advertising campaign in Milton Keynes, pedestrians all over the city will be finding it hard to escape the “clean” image of Milton Keynes College – after more than 200 pavements were blasted with a water jet to create the college logo and website address. It’s the first time the eco friendly marketing tool has been used in the city and Conrad Thornton of Green Street Media, which works across the UK and Europe, says it’s bound to be a success.


Green Street Media are runners up in the Cheshire Business Awards 31/07/2011


Green Street Media Founder meets Prince Seeiso of Lesotho


ITV NEWS features ‘Save Castle Market’ Adverts,
Clean Advertising campaign 23/03/2011


The Clean Advert of Save Castle Market has now been seen by thousands of foot traffic across the city and millions more on ITV News. We hope that with such extensive campaigning Sheffield City Council may Save Castle Market.


Dearne Valley College uses street advertising to connect with students


Using the services of Green Street Media, the Wath based college has used a sustainable, eco-friendly, advertising solution to promote its college to potential students at local highschools in the area…. This article explains our Clean Advertising campaign that was implemented in and around Rotherham just outside Sheffield, Yorkshire. Clean Adverts were placed outside key secondry school areas to boost enrollment rates at Dearne Valley College.