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LATEST NEWS

The latest thoughts, observations and news from the agency. If our clients were as poor at updating their news as we are we’d be very annoyed with them! Feel free to read, comment or share.

A short story about tractors…

15th October 2015|

Efficient

A short story about tractors…

Back in the day farmers had a horse. Their day coincided with how to treat the horse so that they could get the best out of it for the longest time: when to get up, when to eat,

The more things change…

28th September 2015|

Consumers

The more things change…

On this morning’s news it was reported that the Poundland chain of shops would acquire the 99P chain in a deal that valued Poundland at 750 Million pounds. Not bad for a business that started just 25 years ago.

The founder

The Digital Race. Are we going too fast?

15th September 2015|

We read with great interest recently that the rate of revolution in how we listen to music, from CDs to personal ITunes accounts and multiple digital devices, phones etc is apparently starting to decline. And guess what? Sales of the old vinyl 12” albums are steadily increasing in sales! Does this mean that people are digging their old Decca turntables out of the loft or

Looking Brighter

9th July 2015|

There is now little doubt that the UK economy is heading the right way, even if most of us feel that it’s tempting fate to say that publicly. Since the start of this calendar year we have found companies and organisations of all sizes and sorts much more receptive to a new business call and we are averaging a new client every three weeks. What

Welcome Ruaridh

17th May 2015|

The marked increase in client activity over the last 12 months, plus the additional work coming from new clients, averaging one every five weeks so far this calendar year, has been putting quite a strain on our creative team. We were therefore very pleased to welcome Ruaridh Ellery, a new junior Art Director, who joined us at the beginning of May and who will work

We Can See You

30th April 2015|