We help our clients to grow through integrated communications.
We’ve built a team with the skills to help you navigate today’s multi-channel world, using the perfect blend of earned, paid, shared and owned media.
Based around four core specialisms of digital marketing, PR, social media and content creation we have people with the know-how to reach your audience with the right message, in the right place, at the right time.
And because we’re an independent, fully integrated agency, we’ll recommend the strategy and channels that are right for you, not the one that happens to suit our business model.
Strategy Built on Data
Using web analytics, media planning tools, consumer insight, social tools and much more besides, data is the starting point for everything we do. Data is incredibly powerful, but its volume, variety and variability means there’s a real danger of drowning in the stuff.
Our analytics and strategy specialists will filter through this mass of data to reveal the key insights that become the cornerstone of our strategic thinking.
19th September , 2014 | Erin Healey
Threepipe, the multi-channel marketing agency, has appointed two new members to its social media team. Sam Van Tilburgh has joined the agency as social media director, supported by account manager Justin Schwartz. Sam started his own internet publishing company as a teenager in the 1990s, before spending nearly 10 years at Microsoft subsidiary Lionhead Studios,
13th August , 2014 | Eddie May
We’ve been busy this summer working with The ECB to launch and promote NatWest T20 Blast, the revamped domestic Twenty20 competition. We used a multi-channel approach including content creation, PR activity, social engagement and digital media buying to raise awareness, engage fans and drive online ticket sales. Click here to find out more.
Holmes Report In2 SABRE Awards – Other Advertising
10th September , 2014 | Eddie May
Last week we organised a discussion on the FMCG sector, with an expert panel including Stephen Cheliotis from CoolBrands, Steve Clarke from Rachel’s Dairy and John Mulvey of Cawston Press. The theme was “Maintaining Brand Equity in the Face of Supermarket Price Wars” – essentially exploring how FMCG brands (especially the more premium ones out
15th July , 2014 | James Swan
The 2014 FIFA World Cup™ had everything – great goals, classic matches, drama, controversy, tears and yet another poor England performance. As linguistics experts and global leaders in language, research and education, Cambridge University Press (CUP)wanted to use the World Cup to showcase the power of the Cambridge English Corpus, a multi-billion word database of