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    A Streetcar Named Hyundai

    Created by us to mark Hyundai Motor UK’s 10th anniversary, our Streetcar Named Hyundai campaign was a world first. Put simply, we developed new technology, mapped, drove, photographed and filmed all 16,500 streets in central London, in the zero emission Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell car. The result was jaw… Read more

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    eBay parts & accessories @ Silverstone Classic

    We support trailblazing company eBay across consumer, creative projects and issues management in the UK.  Its motoring Parts & Accessories business is an important division of the company, and eBay asked us to develop an integrated programme to raise its profile and drive engagement. The first part of our creative solution… Read more

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    It’s a Bacon Wrap for Amba

    The Amba Hotels brand, part of glh Hotels, is a brilliant new hotel company that delivers extraordinary levels of customer care, service and comfort, aimed at the business community.  As Amba is ripping up the rule book, our brief was to develop a disruptive content campaign, with a focus… Read more

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    Testing organisations’ crisis resilience

    Building a brand’s reputation takes time. Losing that reputation can take minutes. So when we work with clients to help them deal with threats to their reputation, one of the first things we do is some due diligence.  What are the most likely threats to their organisation?  Do they have media-trained spokespeople and a… Read more

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September 29th, 2016 by

The hunt is on

PRWeek ran an interesting piece recently on brands sending people on Snapchat ‘scavenger hunts’. Scavenger hunts are what Americans call treasure hunts, which gives you a clue as to where these campaigns are appearing. Because you’re probably reading this in the UK, you’ll have missed the chance to stumble across these campaigns organically, so here’s… Read more

September 22nd, 2016 by

Do you need to love your work?

This is a reproduced version of a piece that appeared originally on PRmoment. We ‘work’ around 260 days a year.  Or about 2,000 hours.  Quite a lot isn’t it?  And presented like that, well, it seems a bit depressing. And we all know about the supposed ‘work/life balance’.  The apparent… Read more

August 23rd, 2016 by

Getting the lowdown on investigative journalism

Recently the Guardian held a discussion with the two German journalists who uncovered Panama Papers. I went along and it was a fascinating account into how they revealed the off-shore tax affairs of some of the world’s most powerful people – shining the spotlight on some of the unsavoury doings… Read more

July 14th, 2016 by
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