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Our next Future Session is on Thursday 21st April in Shoreditch. This time we’re looking at how to dial up brand engagement in sectors where the product or service being sold is purely functional, not particularly aspirational and inherently unemotional. Click here to book your free place at our next Future Sessions – How to be interesting when you’re not. Next up is Matt Eames, Chief Commercial Officer at Feefo. Having previously enjoyed a high profile role in Sports Sponsorship working with organisations such

Our next Future Session is on Thursday 21st April in Shoreditch. This time we’re looking at how to dial up brand engagement in sectors where the product or service being sold is purely functional, not particularly aspirational and inherently unemotional. Click here to book your free place at our next Future Sessions – How to be interesting when you’re not. Next up is Rob Thomas Head of Brand, at Columbus Insurance Services. Rob has 20 years expertise across the marketing spectrum, with acquisition, CRM, Digital and

Our next Future Session is on Thursday 21st April in Shoreditch. This time we're looking at how to dial up brand engagement in sectors where the product or service being sold is purely functional, not particularly aspirational and inherently unemotional. Click here to book your free place at our next Future Sessions - How to be interesting when you're not. In the coming weeks we'll be previewing each of our speakers, and first up is Pete. Pete Markey is Chief Marketing Officer for

FREE MARKETING SEMINAR - TOP INDUSTRY SPEAKERS 12.00-2.00pm Thursday 21st April – London Click here to book your free place at our next Future Sessions - How to be interesting when you're not. Speakers: Peter Markey – Chief Marketing Officer, Post Office Matt Eames – Chief Commercial Officer, Feefo Rob Thomas – Head of Brand, Columbus Insurance Services Adam Hill & Dan Fagg – Partner & Creative Director, Designate In an ever more dynamic marketplace, brands need to keep moving and exploring new and relevant ways

With the rise of apps like of Meerkat, snapchat and more recently Twitter’s acquisition of Periscope is proof that live content is already part of our lives. But now marketeers are getting ready for a new wave of storytelling through live content. Obviously this type of content across these channels has been playing out to millions of viewers over the last few years, but with a new live feature about to drop on Facebook, brands will

We skipped into the New Year with a newly found vigour. It was pitch-a-gogo, late nights were pulled, brows were furrowed and candles were burned. It paid off. We have eight new clients. Yes eight. De-sig-n-eight!  We love them all equally – so in no specific order, here’s the countdown. Love Holidays. It’s all in a name. What a gift. The team are on a roll, they’ve found a magic formula and we’re delighted to be involved. We’ll be working

We're very pleased indeed to announce that we've won the Kuoni account back from Grey London, 18 months after the business moved to the London-based advertising giants. We're going to be the principle creative agency working with the luxury worldwide holiday company and working with their team on creative strategy and concepting.  Adam's been quoted as saying: “It’s a huge pleasure to work with Kuoni once more. We launched their first ever television advertising campaign in 2012 and have

When I was growing up, the most useful language to learn was, apparently, German. When my (much younger) sister was heading for Uni, it was all about speaking Japanese. Today my son is no doubt being encouraged to learn Mandarin. Or he would, if his secondary school offered it. And it would be an impressive teacher indeed who could persuade him to take up a subject as difficult as that… China is the focal point of any economic

At Designate, we are proud to be members of the IPA (Institute of Practitioners in Advertising), the trade membership body that represents and promotes the advertising industry. And this week, we are even more proud, and want to trumpet it a little bit, because on January 14th 2016, something quite remarkable happened. The IPA announced that it had been awarded Chartered status by the Privy Council. http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/ipa-wins-chartered-status/1379461 To the casual observer, this could have a whiff of the