As featured in TimeOut, our Janie Ash and Mex Ibrahim, proudly join a handful of women across the world who are changing the way we eat and drink in 2021
Towards ‘good companies’: Responsible leadership and ‘good dividends’
Janie is an entrepreneur-in-residence and has been lucky enough to spend some time chatting to Steve Kempster about his research into business with purpose.
Women in the Food Industry’s first Northern event pays homage to ‘Lancashire Female Food Entrepreneurs’ The free event is a collaboration with Marketing Lancashire, and generously hosted by Lancaster University’s Lancaster Conferences+ takes place on 30th January 2020.
JD Wetherspoon closes all of its social media accounts across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram made headlines in April 2019.
Universities need to work harder than ever to attract students. The University of Sheffield brand believes telling authentic stories and responding to the issues that matter to people helps universities define what they stand for.
People often ask us what what value does a professional branding and marketing agency add to my business. Well, the first thing they will do is evaluate your brand and your business from a fresh perspective.
The brand has remastered and re-released its famous Boy on the Bike spot, which was directed by Ridley Scott and evokes a bygone era of Britain
Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University commissioned us to create their Autumn Brochure. They support cultural and artistic engagement at the highest level through a programme of internationally renowned contemporary theatre, dance, visual art and classical music.
Actor Christine Mackie wrote this semi-autobiographical play in a moment of heartfelt reconciliation with events in her own past – and gave it to her daughter, actor Lois Mackie.
The Growing Club’s rebrand shows we are a business rooted in purpose. Our purpose is to share our expertise and talent with our community. We believe good business makes for a better world and also makes business sense.
Women in the Food Industry’ a new platform for thought leadership and relationship building for women working in Britain’s food, drink and hospitality industry
Let me be clear: a brand is the relationship between an organization and an audience.