WorkOur Clients' Successes
One thing our clients have in common is their definition of success: great marketing that delivers commercial results. Here are some examples of where we’ve helped our clients succeed.
Telefonica O2WINNER OF THE 2017 B2B MARKETING AWARD FOR MOST COMMERCIALLY SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN
Telefonica O2 is famous for mobile, yet has far broader capabilities. We helped transform their perception (and pipeline) through Account Based Marketing.
XeroxMORE THAN JUST A PRINTER: PROVING XEROX'S DIGITAL CAPABILITIES
How does a company best known for its printers start a conversation with CTOs around digital transformation?
HP Enterprise ServicesSELLING LARGE, TRANSFORMATIVE DEALS TO A DISRUPTED MARKET
HPES had a double-edged vision. To help established retail banks innovate and help challenger banks scale at pace.
We got their foot in the door with both.
CapgeminiCombining thought leadership and demand gen to target the C‑suite
How could we help Capgemini build new pipeline with CFOs and FDs? With less talk about cost- cutting, and more intelligent debate about business‑building.
MicrosoftImproving Lumia consideration to boost market share
Microsoft was looking to grab the falling BlackBerry crown, yet few businesses were considering Lumia. That is, until they tried it.
SageGenerating new leads with small and growing businesses
Targeting SMBs with authentic customer stories to raise awareness and generate new leads for Sage Pay.
Standard LifeA new brand identity for 56°
Developing a new brand identity for Standard Life’s internal communications agency that was simple and precise, with a modern and creative twist.
AtosDelivering pipeline and personalization at scale
Atos needed a vastly bigger pipeline, so we built them a factory that could generate demand, and deliver large-scale personalisation.
TelefonicaSocial takeover: how Telefonica made businesses sit up and listen
Telefonica had limited cash to make a splash in the M2M marketplace, so we needed to get creative. Cue the complete ‘social takeover’ of the IoT World Forum.