We like to do things a little differently here. The home of Better Stories | Bigger Impact.
We’re an independent, award-winning, multi-discipline communications agency based in London and San Francisco with over 130 staff and an extensive global offering. Our capabilities include tech, B2B, consumer, corporate, content, employee engagement, marketing, public affairs, digital & social, and health & well-being.
Our core expertise in technology and digital is built on twenty years of experience working with the brands that are transforming our world. We now also have specialisms in sectors such as business and financial services, healthcare, retail & leisure and travel.
Many of our clients use us as a marketing as well as a PR partner because they like our ideas, our integrated approach and our commitment to making their money work harder. Our talented team is made up of strategists, creative thinkers, media experts, public affairs specialists, marketers, digital and social media gurus, storytellers, developers and content creators.
We deliver work that is as ambitious as the brands we partner with; work that’s grounded in deep insights, planning and creativity to drive strategies to win. We bring it to life through bold content and campaigns that work across all channels and platforms, so we deliver real business impact at every touchpoint. Much of our work has an international focus so we build our strategic thinking and content to reach diverse markets at scale.
Despite the growing role of Dr Google, pharmacists continue to be the second most important influence, behind GPs, when it comes to people’s self-care
UK broadcasters call for social media companies to be regulated by an independant body and TripAdvisor unveils new plans, find all this and more in our September digital round up.
Emerging tech is continulously transforming the face of modern healthcare so developing a compelling brand story is even more critical to stay relevant to your audience.
Theresa May’s speech was competently delivered at the Conservative conference, and will have bought her some time, but did anything fundamentally change?