We use insight and imagination to tell integrated strategic stories through PR, digital, social, film and marketing. Communicating to the audiences who matter. Creating sustainable outcomes that change your organisation for the better.
In March 2020, Welsh Government turned the focus of its Communities channels to providing support for people across Wales during Covid-19. Our aim was to make Wales’ communities feel supported throughout the pandemic.
A multi-channel campaign telling the compelling stories of amazing foster carers across England to inspire a new generation of people to consider fostering.
500 players from nearly 50 countries took part in a week long festival of football and much more at the 17th Homeless World Cup in Cardiff. We designed and delivered a multi-channel strategic communications campaign helping transform the lives of those with lived experience of homelessness and social exclusion.
We were brought into the wider FAW comms team to help build on the legacy of the previous tournament, create conversations, bring people together, and share stories that people won’t forget about Wales, its culture and national teams.
We designed and delivered a multi-channel strategic communications campaign through the telling of unique stories from across Wales to drive footfall back to the family of seven Welsh museums.
A multi-channel strategic storytelling campaign championing extraordinary people in Wrexham and Flintshire who have benefited from National Lottery funding
Making news from olds, our team grabbed national headlines and social shares with a campaign encouraging people to discover something new and exciting within the nation’s archives
A multi-channel campaign for Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water targeting people across Wales which set out to change behaviours around pesticide use in a domestic setting, offering educational information around how to use, store and dispose of pesticides correctly and providing natural alternatives to try at home to replace pest and weedkilling chemicals.
We made ‘political writing into art’ in a creative content and PR campaign for The Orwell Foundation.
From Bangor to Budapest, Wales and the world celebrated the fifth Welsh Language Music Day – Dydd Miwsig Cymru on Friday 7th February 2020 with a host of free gigs, special music releases and celebrity learners. We designed and delivered a multi-channel bilingual strategic communications campaign, securing coverage with The Guardian, BBC 5 Live and the world’s most listened to breakfast show, BBC World Service, convincing people miwsig was the perfect tool to learn a language.
Every year since 1922, the youth of Wales have sent a peace and goodwill message to the world. Our team worked with the Urdd in a year like no other to continue the tradition pivoting our plan to create a compelling film and supporting communications campaign during the COVID-19 crisis.
Taking the world on a tour of the best Welsh food and drink producers through press trips with the likes of National Geographic, prime time TV spots on Saturday Kitchen Live (resulting in a boom in sales!), multi-page features in The Sunday Times magazine, Olive and Choice and a short film showcasing the very best Welsh produce in the creation of ‘the ultimate St David’s Day feast’.
Hatching the story of a dinosaur on the loose in Cardiff
An integrated campaign sharing Welsh export success stories, giving confidence to companies to make the world their marketplace.
Getting Wales talking about Pi Day Cymru.
Shwsh! (Sorry, not you). That’s what we called a series of seven free events in secret locations around Cardiff in summer 2018. The mysterious shows, which promised “hot bands, secret locations, free exclusive experiences”, were teased through a series of social content, with clues sent via text message and passwords exchanged with actors for entry. The campaign won Best Use of Social Media at 2019’s CIPR PRide Awards.
To introduce changes to Welsh rates of income tax, we delivered a fully bilingual social media campaign that aimed to educate and inform people across Wales through infographic and video content.
Delivering a creative, inspiring and integrated PR and social media campaign for Sport Wales that united women and girls programmes and projects across Wales.
Launching a new chapter for mental health prescriptions in Wales with a media and online campaign showing how books can make you better.
Taking the world on a tour of Wales’ finest food and drink producers.
Beating the drum for Welsh language music in a campaign that made more people want to learn Welsh.
Bringing Wales to life for audiences around the world by delivering creative multi-channel content from a diverse content collective of influencers and storytellers.
Using Principality’s brand purpose and partnerships to create engaging PR and social media stories.
Working with Treads to get their PR, marketing and social strategy off on the right foot
Managing global media around BAFTA Cymru’s 25th Anniversary Awards New York Times, BBC Breakfast and The Guardian all told our BAFTA Cymru story
Creating a digital campaign that explored the bonds of friendship between Wales and Japan, driving visitors to 'Kizuna', a UK-exclusive exhibition of Japanese art and artefacts.
Following its successful debut in 2014, we were enlisted by National Trust Wales for the second year in a row to uncover some of Wales’ most special places.
Industry leaders and celebs supporting youngsters getting into STEM
Creating Welsh language social media content which engages audiences and encourages them to like content and ultimately visit different parts of Wales.
Changing standards for casting neurodivergent actors in a campaign that united producers and actors across the screen industry as Hijinx targets Oscar by 2030
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