ZUMO NEWS

Whilst we enjoy new challenges and like getting to know you, we also love to share our past experiences and projects. So have a little browse and see for yourself what we’ve been up to.

Radio Ultra Modern en DJ Rakesh around the world in 40 records

Radio Ultra Modern en DJ Rakesh around the world in 40 records

#Blijfinuwkot, we are all familiar with the hashtag by now. But after a couple of weeks, boredom might be setting in. Nothing to fear, we at Zumo got you covered. We teamed up with Radio Ultra Modern to bring DJ Rakesh to your living room at 7pm tonight. Or your kitchen. Or your basement. Wherever suits you best.

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When holograms take over Brussels

When holograms take over Brussels

We at ZUMO are all about getting that idea in your head visualised. This time we teamed up with Greenpeace Belgium and Youth For Climate to create Belgium’s first hologram demonstration.

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Golden Award for a Golden Project?

Golden Award for a Golden Project?

To amaze, stimulate, challenge or relax people with a disability. Project Oase in Het Gielsbos does it all. No wonder it caught people’s attention. And now the project is not only nominated for the Henry van de Velde Gold Awards, it also has a shot at the Henry van de Velde Public Gold Award. That’s why Zumo is incredibly proud to shine a light on this amazing project.

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Van de Velde: 100 years of empowering women

Van de Velde: 100 years of empowering women

At Zumo, we love a company with a strong message and a goal-oriented mindset. That’s why did not hesitate to team up with lingerie company Van de Velde. Together we made a testimonial to draw attention to their work, to take the time to little thank their employees and, of course, to celebrate their 100th birthday.

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Living rough, not so hakuna matata

Living rough, not so hakuna matata

And suddenly you are a street child that needs to survive in the busy streets of Kinshasa. Would you survive? With the support of VAF, Marc-Henri Wajnberg and Wim Forceville force us to tackle this challenging question in their new 360° video, Kinshasa Now.

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