Month: January 2016

Getting ahead of the marketing curve for 2016 – event overview

Published January 26, 2016

On 21 January 2016, we hosted CIM’s panel event to help marketers understand and navigate the key challenges that the industry will face this year. Marketing trends in 2016 – the big picture Our own co-owner and director Sally Pritchett kicked off the presentations: “One of the best things working agency side is that you […]


How to make sure your impact reports deliver

Published January 18, 2016

Are you giving your impact reports enough value? If you’re an organisation in the not for profit sector, impact reports can be powerful tools to engage your stakeholders. Here’s what to bear in mind and how to make the most of them! What are impact reports? Impact reports are overview documents – usually published annually […]


Bids and tenders: How to increase your win rates in 2016

Published January 11, 2016

When you’re developing and presenting bids and tenders, the pressure is always on – but never more so than at the beginning of the year when the ‘everyday’ pressures collide with those of trying to raise your game and do things differently. For many departments, trying something new – a different format, template, or approach […]


Marketing trend projections for 2016

Published January 4, 2016

Last year we took a brief look at what trends had grown in 2014 and made some educated guesses as to what 2015 would look like in the marketing communications world. It’s time to check whether our predictions came true and bravely make some more for 2016. Email Despite some murmuring this time last year […]