Community engagement advice for innovative London developer

We’ve just delivered a project to advise innovative residential property developer Apex Airspace on community engagement for a housing scheme in the London Borough of Southwark. Apex specialises in developing high-quality ‘airspace’ homes on top of existing buildings, addressing the problem of severely limited land supply in built-up cities. The company hired us to support its proposals to develop 30 affordable homes by extending two large 1950s blocks of flats in London's Bermondsey area. We've advised Apex on ...


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Marketing reboot for growth-focused recruitment group

Recruitment group Abacus has appointed us to boost its marketing – and get the company in the best position to take advantage of a post-COVID-19 economic upturn. The firm provides employees to companies in the transport, industrial and environmental sectors - with clients including Harrods, DHL, Argos and Next. The company decided now is the ideal time – while its ...


Business as usual despite COVID-19

Despite the coronavirus outbreak, we remain fully operational, providing marketing and communication services as normal. Our team members are working from home and we're conducting client meetings via phone and video conference. This is not impeding our operations and we're here as usual to support our clients.

If we can help you in any way, either with your general marketing and communications or with crisis advice relating to these turbulent times, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Stay safe and well.


Property marketing push for contemporary new offices

We're kicking off a new property marketing campaign this week - for High Weald House, a contemporary, energy-efficient office scheme which has just been completed. High Weald House has been created as part of a wider programme to create a thriving ...


Crisis advice for firm hit by Government probe

We’ve just delivered crisis support for a company facing the risk of reputational fallout following an HMRC audit of its business. At the end of a three-year investigation, HMRC this month decided the firm had infringed the technicalities of minimum wage rules. The company commissioned us for crisis communications advice to help it ...


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Marketing push for world’s first iconic guitar hire business

We’re providing marketing support for a fascinating new startup in the burgeoning 'sharing economy' – the first business in the world to lend instruments owned or made famous by legendary guitarists. London-based God’s Own Guitars offers a stunning collection of iconic ...


National launch of energy firm with unique charitable mission

We're managing the national launch this week of a domestic energy company with a unique ethical focus, having handled a locally-focused pilot introduction of its services last month. Home Energy is the UK’s first gas and electricity supplier set to give a significant part of its business to charities – effectively enabling its customers to donate ...


Visitor marketing for north-west London

We’ve just started work on a project to promote locations in north-west London to visitors — following our recent campaign to market the area to businesses. The brief is to boost visitors to four places within London's Brent with distinctive characters and significant economic potential: Kilburn, Harlesden, Ealing Road and Wembley. We began this week by ...


New marketing programme for £100M leisure group

We’re excited to be working with Parkwood Leisure — the 4,500-employee leisure group — to create fresh brand messages and a new marketing strategy for the company. Parkwood Leisure builds and runs community facilities for local authorities – from leisure centres to theatres, visitor attractions and more. It manages 80 facilities for 25 councils UK-wide and is renowned amongst its clients for high levels of trustworthiness and reliability. Our focus is on enabling the group to take a more proactive approach to showcasing ...


Crisis PR for comparison website in media spotlight

We’ve just completed a crisis communications project for Compare Holiday Money — the UK’s biggest foreign exchange comparison website — which had come under the spotlight of BBC TV's Rip Off Britain. The company was hit by problems when one of the foreign exchange companies it listed took a number of customer payments last June, then disappeared without issuing any currency — leaving dozens of holiday-makers thousands of pounds out of pocket. The Compare Holiday Money team had ...