Month: June 2017

Are you ready for a post-Brexit brand Britain?

Published June 29, 2017

The 23 June 2017 marked the one year anniversary since the UK voted in favour of leaving the EU. Along with Surrey Chambers of Commerce, we held a follow up to our Brexit breakfast in order to revisit some of the challenges business are facing, and to provide a practical guide on what businesses should […]


In or Out? The pros & cons of outsourcing

Published June 28, 2017

Having been in the creative communications industry for many years, Something Big Co-Founder, Sally Pritchett, has seen the switch flick between building up in-house marketing teams, back to reducing internal headcount and outsourcing to agencies many times. On a mission to break this cycle of doom, Sally wants brands and agencies to work together as […]


Why a prospectus still matters

Published June 22, 2017

Prospective university and college students are now among the first generation to have been born after the popularisation of the internet, but despite living in a digital age – as we have written before – they still value something tangible. When it comes to getting a feel for a place students might spend a very […]


Escape the switch-off with experiential

Published June 8, 2017

For marketing to be successful it needs to cut through the noise and reach your target audience on a personal and emotional level. The problem is that in today’s busy society our audiences are already being bombarded with marketing messages and are learning how to either mentally ‘switch-off’ or to lose the message in an […]