Archive for August, 2010

Almost double up…

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Come Monday the Redline team will be almost double up, as two new interns join our team. They are from Holland and are ready to learn about how to do business in Spain. The existing redline team are looking forward to welcome both interns and to see what new smart marketing tricks they can teach us. This also means that Redline truly is an international team – with Danish, Argentinean, Swedish, English and Dutch staff.

Stay tuned to our About us page on the Redline website for more information about our new staff members…

Redline goes ¡OLÉ!

Friday, August 20th, 2010

This week is very special to people living in Málaga.

In August of 1487 Málaga became Christian after the conquest of the catholic kings Isabel & Fernando. Because of this since the year 1887 the city of Málaga celebrates its feria, to honnor this historical event in the city’s history.

This year is one of the biggest ones yet housing 150 “casetas” which are house looking tents both daytime as well as night time.
We are going tonight to check it out, of course dance a little bit of “Sevillanas” and a drink lots of Cartojal (dessert wine)!

¡OLÉ!

Have a great weekend!

More information about the feria go to;http://www.feria-de-malaga.es

Redline Company Joins Logo Competition

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

It’s Thursday of what is probably the most un-eventful month of the Spanish year in business, but we are sitting on nails in the Redline office impatiently awaiting the results from a logo design competition that we have entered.

The Logo competition is for the Spanish City Granada’s millennium celebration called; Reino de Granada (Eng: Reign of Granada). The concept of the competition is to create a logo and a strap line that presents, summarizes and honours the cultural heritage of the city of Granada celebrating the millennium in 2013, through years of conquest, starting with the moors or “Nazari” as they were called to the Catholic conquest and to modern times. All the changes in religion and cultures have left Granada with architectural treasures such as the world renowned “Alhambra”, which has been recognized as one of the world’s wonders by UNESCO.

Stay tuned for the results!