The7Stars becomes "24-hour" media agency

Staff at The7Stars can expect to get through plenty of coffee tonight. A dedicated group are staying in their Dean Street office for 24 hours from this morning, to create a "24/7 media agency".

Jenny Biggam: The7Stars co-founder faces a sleepless night on behalf of the agency
Jenny Biggam: The7Stars co-founder faces a sleepless night on behalf of the agency

Ten committed staff, including co-founder Jenny Biggam, will work straight through the night until Friday morning.

They'll focus on whatever clients want them to do, through phone contact and a special "24/7" email address.

The bonkers/brilliant stunt is part of The7Stars "Clients Come First Week", and we've got to agree that sacrificing sleep does prove a dedication to client service.

The question is, will the clients stay up too?

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