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Zurich’s ‘Future History Now’

Zurich asked us to increase the breadth and depth of its relationships with key partners and customers and reaffirm it as a leading, large scale global insurance company, with informed understanding of customers and their needs. The platform we created asked the question ‘What will your world look like… Read more

Pernod Kitsune

Relaunching Pernod Absinthe, banned across the world in 1915

Pernod Absinthe was banned across the world in 1915, but we were asked to help re-launch it in late 2013. As part of international re-launch, we conceptualized and hosted a series of the infamous ‘Green Hours’ (from its Paris heyday) at top London venues. We also launched a limited… Read more

Thistle Hotels - WiFi Shoot - London, Britain  - 31 Jan 2014

Launching Thistle’s fast, free and unlimited broadband

Tasked with maximising media engagement around the launch of Thistle’s fast, free and unlimited broadband offer, our brief was to demonstrate industry leadership and a commitment to the guest experience as well as the major investment behind its partnership with BT Wi-Fi. Free Wi-Fi has been an industry story… Read more


Putting the fun in Virgin Holidays’ #Tanuary Sale

How do you promote a Holiday Company’s January sale, in a highly competition market, that generates national media coverage and buzz around the word ‘#Tanuary’; while driving footfall into high street stores in London, Manchester and Glasgow? You send the company’s safer tanning ambassador, swimmer Mark Foster, and seven… Read more

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Ampleforth on Songs of Praise

Sometimes PR can be a long game, which is why it was so gratifying to see Ampleforth on Songs of Praise last Sunday. This was an opportunity we set up months ago, a carefully orchestrated bit of media relations that involved negotiations with producers to ensure Ampleforth Abbey and… Read more

August 18th, 2014 by

What’s in a name?

PRWeek ed-in-chief Danny Rogers wrote this week of “The death of PR agencies – as we know them”. A controversial view, but Danny speaks from a position of authority. He was PRWeek ed for many years (and my boss when I worked there), and is editor-in-chief of Haymarket’s marketing… Read more

July 11th, 2014 by

Bloomin’ lovely at the Chelsea Flower Show

Last Tuesday I was lucky enough to spend the afternoon rubbing shoulders with the glitterati of the Chelsea Flower Show. Part pleasure, part fact-finding mission for our eBay account, it was a fantastic afternoon that started with a tour of the Kensington Roof Gardens (and a chat with Richard… Read more

May 29th, 2014 by

Project management – managed

I’ve just come back from an introduction to project management course from the PRCA, kindly hosted by Havas PR. It was great to meet some colourful characters from other agencies and companies, and hear how they work. The range of experience in the room was huge. One person worked in… Read more

May 16th, 2014 by
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