Monthly Archives: February 2022

David Seaman + Aaron Ramsdale – Chip Inn – Arsenal Supporting Supporters series.

The Chip Inn is a long-standing favourite with Arsenal fans and staff, and has been serving the wider community for more than 60 years. Based on the Holloway Road, it is run by Arsenal fan Murat Gokmen, who decided to step in and buy the business two years ago when its future was threatened by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Alongside Arsenal  players, a variety of local businesses feature in the Arsenal Supporting Supporters series. Essentially adverts for local businesses which are aired across the businesses’ and club channels – including the stadium’s big screens – the businesses are a part of Arsenal fixtures and feature on the perimeter boards and inside the matchday programme.   

Great to have David Seaman involved in this fun shoot alongside Aaron Ramsdale.

Dr Mandela – Salesforce – Wellbeing in the Workplace

Dr Mandela was a recent speaker for Salesforce as part of their B-Well Together series.

Today, more than ever before it’s important to focus on our wellbeing and build our resilience to overcome and thrive during these challenging times. On B-Well Together Salesforce host luminary speakers and wellbeing experts to provide tips, resources, and insights into all aspects of mental, physical, and social wellbeing.

These sessions showcase tips, resources, and insights from industry luminaries and experts, covering all aspects of wellbeing.

Dr Mandela spoke on; Wellbeing in the Workplace’; ‘Working together’; ‘Why differences matter’

Dr Mandela – Sun Life – Black History Month

As part of their Black History month activity, Sun Life engaged Dr Mandela, for a virtual session. Dr Mandela who shared her journey into activism and advocacy. She spoke about the importance of collaboration versus competition and why we need to celebrate our differences instead of allowing them to divide us.  

There were many important takeaways from this discussion, including Dr. Mandela talking about each of us having the ability to make a positive difference in someone’s life. It’s a good reminder that our actions – big or small – can have such an impact for others.

Tukwini Mandela – Snap – Hidden Black Stories

GamePlan was delighted to have client Tukwini Mandela involved on this fantastic ‘Hidden Black Stories’ project. This was launched on the 11th February, the anniversary of when her Tukwini’s grandfather President Mandela was released from prison in 1990.

This is an immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience unpacking Black stories that are hidden in the public realm, created in partnership with Snap Inc. (with input from several expert U.K. organisations including, Black Cultural Archives, Black History Walks, Mary Seacole Trust, Nubian Jak Trust, Slavery Remembrance, and 100 Great Black Britons.)

This new suite of AR experiences is part of Snap’s ongoing commitment to lend its platform to underrepresented communities and showcase the power of AR as an advocacy tool.

The result is a range of Augmented Reality experiences created so Snapchatters can discover and appreciate Black British and Black stories hidden in plain sight. The ‘Local Lens’ will turn the whole of Trafalgar Square into an immersive history lesson – showcasing the moments, figures, and stories of Black British History that live behind the more famous monuments of the iconic London location. The ‘Landmarker Lens’ pays tribute to Mary Seacole and brings magic to her statue outside St Thomas’ Hospital.

The AR experience will be permanent to encourage ongoing education and attention on Black British History.

David & Frankie Seaman – Wedding Anniversary – Hello! Magazine

David Seaman and wife Frankie have returned to the Cotswolds hotel where they married, for an exclusive photoshoot and interview with HELLO! magazine. The couple tied the knot at the luxurious Dormy House hotel seven years ago.

Happy anniversary!

David Seaman and Frankie return to wedding venue and talk exciting future plans – EXCLUSIVE | HELLO! (

Dr Mandela – LEAP – Riyadh

Dr Mandela was contracted to appear on  the main stage at LEAP, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

LEAP that ran 1-3 February, was a unique event for future technologies and the most disruptive tech professionals from around the world. This huge event where over 80,000 delegates attended, brought together the world’s greatest minds, from leading tech corporations, inspiring pioneers from global start-sups and venture capitalists.

On the 2nd morning of the event, Dr Mandela’s spoke on ‘The Importance of Technology in Developing Countries’ in a fireside chat led by Professor Jonathan Shalit OBE.

Dr Mandela also undertook a raft of media interviews and met with attendees.