About HENI Digital
HENI Digital specialises in bespoke digital marketing services for arts and culture.
Our team includes marketing specialists, digital content producers, art historians and data scientists. Working on long term goals, specific projects or launches, we can develop and implement a digital marketing strategy that suits.
We have a strong understanding of arts audiences and we place an emphasis on making content that’s easy for users to navigate and delivers on your objectives.
What we offer
Digital and Social Strategy
Whether your goal is to improve brand awareness, increase web traffic or generate quantifiable leads, we utilise a holistic approach to deliver digital marketing success.
It requires a finely honed content plan to cut through the noise. We can create bespoke content for social and websites from the planning, filming and editing.
Analytics and Market Research
HENI Digital can provide in-depth analysis of social media accounts against your specific aims and KPIs. We use this to supply actionable recommendations for your inhouse team.
Social Media Advertising
It’s easy to boost social posts but it’s much harder to generate a cost effective ROI. We can develop and implement ad campaigns that suits your needs.
Filming and Live Streaming
We offer filming and live streaming services.
We can offer team training on a variety of subjects.
We have also developed websites for Gerhard Richter, Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Sabine Moritz, Albert Irvin, Serpentine Galleries, Prix Pictet and others.
HENI Editions · 30 Nov 2023
The Blind Exit — Conor Harrington
Explore Conor Harrington's 'The Blind Exit,' a new limited edition print using a special 28-colour screen printing technique.
HENI Primary · 23 Nov 2023
Collages – Brian Clarke
Discover Brian Clarke's Collages, a series of 327 unique works released on HENI Primary, available until Dec 7.
HENI Art Club · 15 Nov 2023
Venice: City of Pictures – talk by Martin Gayford
Join HENI Art Club on 29th November 2023 for an exclusive talk by renowned art critic and writer Martin Gayford about the history of Venice through its most important creation: pictures.