BBC recently invited Roy to discuss the growing interest in writing memoirs and autobiographies. He also shared how it all started when he wanted to capture his father Jules' stories and sent his personal assistant to document everything. After Jules' book was finalised, he wanted to help others with their memoirs.
Looking for something meaningful to do? Always wanted to write your memoirs? Since March 2020, we have a Covid-19 safe and simple process. To remove any technology challenges our budding authors might have, we are now providing free tablets that are pre-loaded and connected to the internet. It is time to tell your story.
Is it possible to end 2020 better than LifeBook's founder Roy Moëd being interviewed by Elaine Pofeldt for Forbes? The article "This Entrepreneur Has Built A Fast-Growing Business Helping Elderly People Tell Their Stories" is centered around how Roy's father Jules inspired him to set up LifeBook in 2012.
Stephanie Hirst, BBC Radio Leeds, recently invited LifeBook's founder Roy to talk about how writing a memoir could give lonely and isolated older citizens an interesting project to work on. Roy spoke about how his father Jules got his appetite for life back when he wrote his memoir "Life Is For Sharing".
Roy had a great discussion about how we have pivoted our customer journey since the beginning of the pandemic and his passion for tackling loneliness. Not only does a LifeBook memoir provide a meaningful project during the Covid-19 restrictions but the team also stays in touch with former customers living alone.
As a result of triple-digit growth since our campaign The Gift of a Lifetime started in May, we are now adding ITV3 to the media mix. Since we are all about storytelling, we are thrilled to be in the good company of household characters like Hercules Poirot, Vera, and Inspector Barnaby.
Roy was invited onto an episode of the podcast, which also included an interview with legendary Sir Geoff Hurst. Host Matthew O'Neill explored Roy’s views on leadership and the impact Covid has had on LifeBook’s business.
Covid-19 has dramatically changed our lives. The National Emergencies Trust (NET) has launched a Covid-19 appeal in which Coutts is participating and is matching every pound raised. LifeBook is donating a project package worth £7500.
Following the successful start across the Sky Network, we are now expanding our TV campaign to Talking Pictures, Eden, Alibi, and TCM Movies. The creative has been done by Grainger & Wolff, production by ScubaBoy, and planning by SmartResponse.
I love telling people about my job as an editor for LifeBook. People are, without fail, fascinated by the idea and overwhelmingly positive. The phrase I hear more than any other is: “I wish I’d done that for my parents/grandparents. They used to tell me these stories and I never really listened, but now they’re gone I wish I had listened and made a not