Piece of Cake is a creative marketing consultancy. We create and curate events with arts based content and develop marketing campaigns working with not for profits and those in the creative industries. We help our clients to reach new audiences and develop meaningful relationships with existing customers in a cost effective ways.
In 2011 Piece of Cake was one of just 100 companies to be accepted on to Doug Richard’s School for Creative Start Ups. The programme opened doors and provided access to a network of colleagues, teachers and mentors.
Piece of Cake was set up by Juliet Simmons who has been making creative things happen for over 15 years.
As Creative Director at the JCC for London Juliet was responsible for the creation, curation and production of over 500 events over a six year period – working with artists and partners across the world. She built the brand from scratch and today over 10,000 people attend one of the JCC’s 100+ events a year. Juliet also pioneered creative partnerships for the organisation including it producing the Sounds Jewish podcast for The Guardian which attracts over 5,000 listeners each month.
Juliet’s background is in advertising and marketing – she’s been an Account Director at top London advertising agency DLKW working with blue chip clients. Prior to working in advertising Juliet worked with Financial Times Conferences, as a Marketing Manager for a top High Tech firm creating events in Israel, Germany and the USA and for Michelin Tyres. She is a member of the Book Council for London’s Jewish Book Week, a trained volunteer for Nick Hornby’s Ministry of Stories (encouraging creative writing for young people), and helps at a drop in Centre for refugees and asylum seekers.
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