18th April 2012
The national environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy (KBT) today signed a formal agreement to launch an ambitious and innovative multimedia publishing venture to support Eco-Schools and its other environmental campaigns across England.
The agreement is with the newly-formed Bristol-based company Twopoint4 Media Ltd, who have built an innovative and feature-rich social networking platform, supported by a multimedia magazine, under the collective title of The Blue Marble.
Twopoint4 Media Ltd
Twopoint4 Media Ltd is a new start up company founded as a collaborative venture by two Bristol-based media forces, CarbonVie Ltd and Wildfire Comms Ltd. ('Wildfire')
Based at the Old Paintworks in Arnos Vale, the new company's mission is to develop and produce multimedia communications platforms that meet the needs of cause-related communities, such as Eco-Schools.
Twopoint4 combines the expertise of Wildfire and CarbonVie in creating multimedia publishing enterprises that support niche communities and business sectors. Wildfire has developed a broad ranging portfolio of titles including the highly successful Bristol Property Live, University Business and University Caterer. All its titles work in conjunction with online entities.
CarbonVie are the developers of the social network based online platform that powers the Blue Marble. They perfected the platform as an offshoot of their work as the Carbon Advice Group in developing an innovative portal for measuring, tracking and trading carbon emissions.