Want to know more about how we work? Then check out our case studies…
Below are examples of the work we have carried out with clients over time.
Many of our clients operate under our Virtual Marketing Director service, where we work with them every month, providing ongoing marketing. That means the work is less project driven, and more about results achieved over time.
Dawes Highway Safety design and manufacture safety devices specifically to protect cyclists and pedestrians from serious or fatal injuries, when involved in a collision with a heavy goods vehicle… Read more ›
Intelligent Counting are a technology company. They have equipment designed to count people in busy environments such as retail outlets, museums, galleries and visitor attractions. Their clients are world renowned companies including the Natural History Museum, Nike, Molton Brown and Christie’s Auction House… Read more ›
Doctor Sparky is a family run electrician business, offering a full range of electrical services. Their customers are home owners, domestic and commercial letting agents and companies with commercial property… Read more ›
UK Hide is a large leather distributor, selling premium leather, faux leather and high quality vinyl to the automotive, aviation, marine, upholstery and interior design/architectural markets… Read more ›
Sandringham specialise in providing a full carpet service to the interior design market. They deliver an end to end solution from inspiration to installation.
Their carpets range from cool neutral wools and beautiful very high end silks though to a totally bespoke option – where the client can design any pattern and colour in partnership with the interior designer… Read more ›
Emily’s Inflight Catering Services deliver high end dining to the private aviation sector, predominantly at Farnborough airport, but they also service other airports based in the South East. They have significant expertise in the Middle Eastern market, working with cuisine created to specific religious specifications and dietary requirements… Read more ›