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Marie Malins

We’ve had some great news in the office this week – several of our projects have been nominated for 7 categories (40-99 staff) in this year’s Recommended Agency Register (RAR) Digital Awards 2017! By rating our services, our lovely clients have helped us to become finalists in the following categories; Online Advertising, Email Marketing, Digital Animation, Digital Full

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Lynsey Jamieson

Yesterday we enjoyed our latest team building event, an uplifting and fun treat, packed with tasting, discovery, demonstrations and lots of CHOCOLATE!  Yes, that’s right, we tried our hands at some chocolate making. Some highly skilled chocolatiers from My Chocolate came to our office for an evening where we learnt the history of chocolate, sampled raw cocoa

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Lynsey Jamieson

We are excited to hear that one of our projects has been shortlisted for a Design Week Award. Now in their 26th year, the Design Week Awards are the leading accolade in the design industry, catering for every area of commercial design. Showcasing the excellence and innovation in design, celebrating work across many specialisms, ranging from

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Lynsey Jamieson

On 4th May, the results for this year’s Drum Roses Creative Awards were announced and we’re thrilled to say we have won Gold! Back for their 6th successful year, The Roses Creative Awards strive to find the hidden gems in advertising, design and digital. Celebrating exceptional creative talent and providing a platform to shine outside of London. Big or small,

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Lynsey Jamieson

Last night saw us crowned number one for Effectiveness (40-99 staff) at the Recommended Agency Register awards 2017, judged solely by clients. Recommended Agency Register (RAR) is The Drum’s service to help brands to choose agencies, based on ratings. We’re extremely proud to have won the accolade as the RAR Awards are voted for, not by

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