Month: March 2016

The state of business in Woking: The Woking Economy Report and Accounts 2015/16

Published March 29, 2016

On 14 March, we were delighted to host the Woking Economic Forum at our offices, presenting the Woking Economy Report and Accounts and the Woking Business Achievement Awards. Here is our overview of the event’s highlights. Located in Surrey, 8 km outside the M25 and with a population of just around 100,000, Woking may not […]


Big news: Something Big’s shortlisted for 10 RAR Awards!

Published March 22, 2016

We’re more than pleased to be in the running for Recommended Agency Register (RAR) Awards for our outstanding work in 10 categories – the best possible proof that our clients value what we do for them! More than 5,000 client companies in the UK and beyond rely on the RAR database to find their ideal […]


Advice from Surrey’s Top Businesswomen on International Women’s Day

Published March 16, 2016

On 8 March 2016, we hosted Surrey Chambers Business Women in Surrey (BWiS) for a special event to celebrate International Women’s Day. The speakers shared key careers advice and the “Top 10 BWiS Rising Stars Young Business Women in Surrey 2016” were announced. Around 100 attendees joined us in our new auditorium to hear from guest […]


The Something Big 2016 Sixth Form Prospectus review: Just what do parents and students want from a prospectus?

Published March 8, 2016

The annual challenge of producing the sixth form college prospectus is on – and already marketers are juggling a multitude of feedback from an array of stakeholders. Putting aside the views of academic staff and senior leadership for a moment, what do prospective parents and students actually want from a prospectus? We reviewed a range […]


Innovate or die: How brands can stay relevant to their target audiences

Published March 2, 2016

Innovation is the only way for companies to remain ahead of the competition – but how do you foster an innovative culture? The demise of businesses such as Woolworths, HMV, and Blockbusters shows that being established and well-known doesn’t safeguard brands from failure. At the same time, companies such as Lego, Stella Artois, Burberry, Old Spice, and even […]