The Springers
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We’ve previously mentioned the recent launch of the East’s new Cultural Strategy, Culture Drives Growth. Spring donated the design of the strategic document because we recognise the importance of a strong cultural sector to our regional economy. We wanted to create something different to the usual strategy documents gathering dust on forgotten shelves. We wanted this […]

James Gorry
on industry, inview, inwork

Last week’s PR Week article by Marshall Manson, UK CEO of Ogilvy PR, urged his staff to leave its “ivory towers” and connect with Britain outside the M25. This comes as a result of the divisions in society demonstrated by the US presidential vote and Brexit referendum, and presents an excellent opportunity for agencies like […]

Lena O'Shea
on industry, inwork

The Springers
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Spring has launched an innovative new digital tool to transform the way that arts and culture organisations across the East of England work together. Spring created The Cultural Calendar as part of the Look Sideways – East project, which is commissioned by the Arts Council and New Anglia LEP to promote and develop culture in […]

Maddy Adey
on inwork

Experimental theatre isn’t necessarily for everyone, and it’s unlikely you’ll know for sure until you see it. So it’s quite a leap of faith for an audience member to take. At the end of October I was at SPILL Festival of Performance in Ipswich. SPILL has been going since 2007, and is produced by Ipswich-based […]

James Gorry
on inlove, inview

The Springers
on instagram

Last year, Spring’s worked delivered our clients an average of just over £35 growth for every £1 they spent with us. Given the Design Council’s calculation that every £1 invested in design generates a £20 return, we’re delighted to be able to report a Spring return of almost double that for our broader remit of […]

Erika Clegg
on inwork

We’re in this issue of Marketing Week writing about the benefits of hyperlocal understanding, and our Hyperlocal Everywhere community engagement programme. Influence in communities does not come only from elected officials but people who are the lodestars of their own groups, and it is those people that brands need to utilise in order to gain useful insights […]

Maddy Adey
on industry, inwork

Culture Drives Growth is the name of the East’s new Cultural Strategy, which launched in Ipswich last night. Created by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership’s Cultural Board with support from Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and Suffolk County Council, this strategy aims to breathe new life into the extraordinary cultural assets of the […]

Maddy Adey
on inwork

The Springers
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