Work

Our team have put digital at the heart of some of the most high-profile campaigns from the last decade, for clients ranging from FTSE100s to tech unicorns.

Find out more about how we drive real results for our clients:

Using digital to bring more people to faith and their local church, and running three successive (and successful) Christmas campaigns, as part of the Church’s incredible digital transformation.

Helping the tech unicorn develop their global social strategy and creating compelling content about the amazing food on the platform – and what Deliveroo stands for as a company.

Creating and running the #KeepTheMagicAlive campaign, with a film narrated by Stephen Fry, calling for Government support to help local cinemas survive the pandemic.

Running the Wildlife Trusts’ biggest-ever online fundraising campaign, combining eye-catching creative with a strong call to action to protect Britain’s wildlife.

Crafting and communicating Centrica’s sustainability narrative and launching its ground-breaking Net Zero Heroes campaign, celebrating customers around the world cutting their carbon emissions.

Helping Virgin Group develop a video series highlighting the Group’s response to Covid-19 and the great work carried out to support individuals, businesses and communities.

Creating the ‘Impossible to Ignore’ narrative and brand for the team at the Tokyo Olympics, featured on all their official campaigns (and even Sainsbury’s Bags for Life)

Rebranding and repositioning an overlooked FTSE 250 as part of its re-emergence as a true British tech success story.

Developing and producing fast-paced films bringing to life their womenswear collections, as well as working with their senior team on CEO-led content.

Launching the Co-op’s new membership proposition, with a test-and-learn campaign that established the most compelling message, effective channel and receptive audience.

That’s just a small sample of our work. We’re incredibly proud to have worked with other leading organisations around the world, including: