• What not to wear

    It is easy to decide on what is wrong to wear to a party, such as deep-sea diving equipment or a pair of large pillows, but deciding what is right is much trickier.

    Lemony Snicket, The Slippery Slope
  • A perfect excuse for a party

    "I see you're trying to distract me from the real point here," Magnus said instead. "You had a birthday - a perfect excuse for me to throw one of my famous parties - and you didn't even tell me about it?"

    Cassandra Clare, Saving Raphael Santiago
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    How emble works

    Ladies and gentlemen-folk, we’d like to alert you to the addition of a brand new (and very important) page to our website. The features page is designed to explain more about what emble is, how it works, and why we hope you’ll love it.

    The emble team has been in an ever-increasing state of excitement since we began development, and we’re [...]

  • Behind every great team…

    …is a common goal, a purpose, a reason to get up in the morning. An idea, a dream that’s worth pursuing, that’s worth having those difficult conversations for.

    And coffee. Lots of coffee.

  • Win Katy Perry tickets with emble!

    Win Katy Perry Tickets with emble!

    UPDATE 17/12/13: We have decided to give you two more weeks to enter! We’ll now be closing the competition on 2nd January 2014, and drawing a winner the following day. It’s a Christmas miracle!

    When emble opens its proverbial doors in just a few short weeks, groups of friends will be able to easily organise nights out to see their favourite bands and artists. Using our very special ‘plan’ stage, you and your mates can vote on who to see and when to see them. Take a look at how emble works and see what else makes us unique.

    To celebrate our impending launch, we thought we’d run a little competition. We’re giving away a pair of sold out standing tickets to see the incredible Katy Perry perform at London’s O2 Arena on Friday 30th May 2014, and we’ll throw in a bottle of champagne for maximum fun points. [...]