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Luke Bozier readies new venture after launching Oona King’s digital campaign

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Luke Bozier has launched London Mayoral candidate Oona King’s digital election campaign as the final project for his consulting firm Red Narrative.

Bozier is to start a new venture that attempts to boost the open-source development of websites and web strategies for politicians.

The London-based Bozier rose to prominence last year, when he handled the digital election programme for Afghani presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani. Prior to that, he headed the Labour Party’s online team.

Bozier said that his new venture, called, would “help as many politicians as possible to get good websites and web strategies without charging a lot for it.”

“The idea is to use open-source software and create a collection of templates that can be adapted very quickly,” he added.

Red Narrative’s work for Oona King comprises a campaign website, social media outreach and online fundraising. Bozier added that new features would soon launch, including more advanced Q&A sessions and mechanisms by which users can suggest policies.

“Oona really wants to hear what people have to say and give tools to people to go out and campaign on her behalf,” he said.


Written by Arun Sudhaman

June 7, 2010 at 5:33 pm

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