Our Marketing work
We create effective marketing campaigns that not only deliver business impact but also enrich people's lives. We start with research & insight, then develop a strategy to work out how we're going to achieve the objectives, then we create distinctive creative ideas across relevant paid, owned and earned channels.
Here are just some of the projects that do just that.
Learn how our digital marketers developed and deployed a year-long paid social and OOH campaign for Solihull Borough Council to encourage active lifestyles.
Learn how our graphic designers developed a creative identity for East Midland's Hydrogen's branding and marketing collateral.
Learn how our copywriters & graphic designers collaborated to bring creative concepts to life for SmartCheck's paid social media campaigns.
Learn how we developed a visual identity for a brand-new regional growth hub for West Midlands Combined Authority in our case study.
Planning, launching, and optimising a multi-channel digital marketing campaign targeting students for The Student Energy Group, raising brand awareness and driving new traffic to their website.
Through the behavioural science bias The Pratfall Effect, we were able to garner more traction with less spend for Cardinal Clinic, a private mental health hospital.
Planning, launching, and optimising a long-term PPC campaign for Defect Reporting App SmartCheck to strengthen their brand awareness and fuel its new-business pipeline.
Planning, and production of a video shoot for IcleTest on location, using Keval Patel, Consultant Urologist and Honorary Senior Research Fellow. The edits are being rolled across various social platforms.
We created a new website for category-leading fresh produce business, MWW. The website was designed in Figma and developed on the Umbraco platform. The new site reflected our previous rebrand work and its fresh and colourful brand personality
We created a digital and OOH campaign for Solihull Borough Council to motivate Solihull residents to get active and be 'on the move'. We showcased free and simple ways residents can utilise the activities in their own backyard to improve wellbeing.