For the last few months, we have been reshaping Spring to field, in the words of Ken Segal, “small groups of smart people”. It’s allowing me to realise my vision of Spring as a true industry disruptor: a thing of extraordinary and unexpected brilliance, often popping up in equally extraordinary and unexpected places. Lead by […]

Erika Clegg
on inview, inwork

It’s been just over a week since VAR was used in English professional football for the first time. Setting aside the overly-discussed pros and cons of the system, one of the most interesting aspects of this innovation is the choice of name. The acronym stands for Video Assistant Referee, which is fine (if a little […]

Richard Revell
on industry

Every product, every industry, has its own must-use words. Have you ever bought women’s shampoo that doesn’t claim to make your hair sleek, shine or bounce? It’s impossible to buy a razor that doesn’t leave your skin feeling smooth, and the moisturiser hasn’t been made that isn’t soothing. And that’s just in your bathroom cabinet. […]

Richard Revell
on inview

After months of designing, planning and implementing our event for Anglian Water promoting water resilience was a huge success, with over 31,000 people attending the event at the Forum in Norwich across six days. If you weren’t lucky enough to be there, this report by local TV station Mustard gives you a taste of what […]

The Springers
on inwork
On purpose
On purpose

Simon Sinek calls it ‘Why?’. Current parlance is ‘purpose’. It’s become the fundamental principle of effective branding. So what is it, and why does it matter?   Time was when brands could make bold statements about themselves and that was what the dominant message became. For one thing, there were far fewer consumer brands, and for another, consumers had no way to […]

Erika Clegg
on industry, inview

  Spring founder Erika Clegg was one of several industry leaders recently approached by Design Week to share their most difficult experiences with clients, and – more importantly – how they overcame them.   Ryan Jones from Sea Design recalled a time when a drunk photographer wreaked havoc on their first photoshoot with a global […]

The Springers
on industry, inview

Being the Agency For Change, we are naturally interested when we hear someone else talking about the benefits of change. This is why a piece in the Harvard Business Review by top organisational psychologist Nick Tasler recently caught our eye. Entitled Stop Using the Excuse “Organisational Change is Hard”, Tasler explains that we have an […]

Richard Revell
on industry, inview

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