We’re delighted to announce our H2OMG event we ran for Anglian Water in the summer has won GOLD at the Drum Cream awards. The awards, run by The Drum (Europe’s biggest marketing website), were held in Birmingham on 22nd November, and are designed to reward the very best talent in creative advertising and design across the Midlands, East, […]

Richard Revell
on industry, inwork

It was a pleasure to sit round the DBA board table with several new directors and the Chief Executive of the Creative Industries Federation, John Kampfner, yesterday.   John updated us all on progress the Fed is making towards a better understanding across government and other industry sectors of the value of the creative industry. Wide-ranging […]

Erika Clegg
on industry

From time to time, we invite a person we admire, from any walk of life, to come and have lunch with us and talk about their experiences. Yesterday we welcomed Peter Wilson MBE to the Spring studio as he became the latest of our Spring Heroes.   Until last December, Peter was CEO of Norwich […]

Richard Revell
on industry, inlove

Back in March this year we launched ‘There’s More to Me’ – a campaign for Age UK Suffolk designed to create a better connection between the generations. Less than six months on the campaign has already generated £37,500, funds that allow Age UK Suffolk to provide support for 144 older people. Our film, which features […]

Richard Revell
on inwork

Hey you! Want to find out why you could be the millionth person to read this blog post? Just keep reading… I think if we’re honest with ourselves we reckon we’re pretty unswayable, right? Our decisions are made solely on rational thought and we’re immune to external influences, yes? Well, no actually. There’s a scene […]

Richard Revell
on inview, inwork
Creative Thinking
Creative Thinking

Imagine this scenario: on a table you have three items, a candlestick, a book of matches and a box of pins. Your task is to attach the candle to the wall. How would you do it? As you may expect, a job in the creative industry requires a large amount of imagination. Coming up with […]

Lynton Wall Palmer
on inview