Brainlabs Culture

Here you’ll find articles about working life at Brainlabs.

Brigden Joins Brainlabs

  Jim Brigden, former iProspect/I Spy chief and founder of The Search Works, has joined Brainlabs as executive chair a week after #deadlineday for an undisclosed fee, to support the UK’s fastest-growing company. Having worked at the original PPC provider (Overture), Jim will share his veteran wisdom primarily within Brainlabs’ paid...

Free Brainlabs Smoothies in Oxford

Frozen fruit? Check. Bicycle-powered blenders? Check. Award-winning digital agency? ... Double-check. Smart, smoothie-loving potential new recruits? TBC. Yep, Oxford students, we’ve got everything else ready and now all we’re waiting for is you. We’ll be on Radcliffe Square from 8:30AM ready to get blending. We’ve heard the early bird drinks the smoothies so...

Benevolent Baking at Brainlabs

At Brainlabs we love both cake and charity — so we were thrilled when the recent Macmillan Coffee Morning gave us the opportunity to combine the two by baking, and then eating, lots of wonderful cake, all while raising money for a fantastic cause.   Resident baking expert Zach led a crack...

The Brainlabs Summer Fete

The inaugural Brainlabs Summer Fete was an event for the Brainlabs history books. From uncertain and tempestuous beginnings, quite literally in the form of a massive cloudburst, was born an unforgettable and, importantly, sun-blessed party. Clients, Brainboxes, and friends enjoyed a plethora of activities including a bouncy castle, sumo...

Brainlabs CF 5 – 5 Bing FC

July 4th Bing FC vs Brainlabs CF Market Road Stadium Great, great goals. Masterful footwork. Defence-splitting passes, tricks and flicks, crunching challenges and scything runs down the wing. Anyone hoping to see the above at the first Brainlabs vs Bing football match were sorely disappointed, but everyone agreed that teamwork and football were...

Brainlabs Football Kicks Off

"It's Anthony Collias....Oh my goodness, that must be a foul from Olivia Symington! That's an utter disgrace! No - they play on! Collias won't be walking again any time soon...It falls to Bernstein-Newman, he bulldozes past a hapless Barber who tumbles to the ground in tears, he slips it...