In case you were wondering, our name was inspired by Sherlock Holmes, one of the world’s most analytical, insightful and creative minds.
And just like Sherlock, when it comes to solving problems, we like to avoid the obvious and the expected in favour of the original, the imaginative and the impactful.
The tools of our trade
We create strategies and campaigns that build awareness, engage audiences, create advocates, influence behaviour and ultimately deliver the reactions needed to solve communications problems.
We can offer the perfect blend of digital marketing, PR, social media and content creation, always with a rigorous focus on data, measurement and delivering commercial outcomes.
We’re always on the lookout for new talent to join our team, so get in touch if you’ve got what it takes.
We want to attract the best in the business, so we invest time, effort and money in making Threepipe a great place to work.
Join us and you’ll find a great environment, exciting clients, comprehensive training and development, great perks and a friendly, sociable bunch of colleagues.Read more ›
3rd December , 2013 | Alex Snow
The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has hired Threepipe to launch NatWest T20 Blast, the new domestic T20 competition, in 2014. The agency will be delivering an integrated digital, PR, social and content campaign to generate awareness, build excitement and drive ticket sales, focused on aligning NatWest T20 Blast with Friday nights and communicating
Head of planning
Associate director, consumer PR
Associate director, corporate PR
Digital operations director
Head of Social Media
New business manager
2013 HIGHLY COMMENDED
Digital Impact Awards – Best Use of digital in the Retail Sector
2nd December , 2013 | Fiona Bruce
Black Friday… it sounds rather negative, doesn’t it? But in fact this is the term given to the day after America’s Thanksgiving and the start of the Christmas shopping season, when we see a series of flash deals from retailers on “must-have” items. Traditionally a US phenomenon, Black Friday appears to be following the likes
28th November , 2013 | Scarlett Santi-Brooks
This month marked the arrival of one of the biggest competitions in the gaming industry – the launch of PlayStation and Microsoft’s new ‘next generation’ consoles. With all eyes on the two brands and much media speculation around the new products, there was inevitable pressure on both sides to gain the edge with the publicity