Off the back of another successful international festival, Pablo Ganguli’s new online presence for Liberatum is now live.
Back in September last year, we were recommended to cultural entrepreneur and impresario Pablo Ganguli who required a complete overhaul and redesign of his online presence for his international cultural events company Liberatum Ltd. We met with the colourful Pablo, a lovely guy with a great sense of business acumen and nutted out what his vision was for the new Liberatum. We then embarked on an exciting journey to bring that vision to life, and managed to nail down the final designs within weeks. What followed was rigorous development and population of a ton of content off the back of several high profile international events and press material that Liberatum had amassed over the past few years.
Founder, Pablo Ganguli, offered these kind words: “Appointing Kiss the Frog to build the Liberatum website was a brilliant decision for us. Not only does Ant deliver impressive results, fine visuals and stylish design, he does it fast in a highly efficient and effective manner. We are more than pleased with our website and the way it conveys our mission to the world. Most importantly, Ant straightaway understood our needs and aims in terms of the website development.”
Pablo has created and directed several international festivals of arts, literature, media, film, fashion and culture, through Liberatum. He promotes the face of contemporary Britain globally through numerous cultural ventures, projects and events. His organisation’s aim is to connect Britain’s finest minds with the rest of the world. Liberatum also promotes environmental, human rights, freedom of speech and other important issues. Their global festival programming ranges from opera, music, theatre, literature to visual art, design, film and fashion.
Most recently was the outstandingly successful St. PetersBall – a gala event in St.Petersburg, Russia which aimed to celebrate Russia’s artistic contributions to the world and forge cultural relations between Russia and the West. St PetersBall with Corinthia Hotels featured eminent cultural personalities and acclaimed artistic minds from the UK, Russia and other nations including Razorlight musician Johnny Borrell, taxidermy artist Polly Morgan, Royal ballet dancer Slava Samodurov, film director John Hillcoat, fashion designer Jasper Conran, artist Mat Collishaw, photographer Polly Borland, director Martha Fiennes, performance artist Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich – to name a few.