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Are clients bored with agency creds presentations?

In our industry it’s something we’ve all grown up on. That’s the agency-client creds meeting. Before social media came along, and let’s face it ad and design agency websites were a bit naff, potential clients expected a bit of a show and tell when engaging with new agencies….

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Project | Carr & Co Solicitors pocket-sized literature

Carr & Co Solicitors are one of the leading law firms in the North East and we were delighted to help them communicate their services. We designed and produced an A3 folding down to A6 pocket-sized guide to their services; which covers all services from Family law, to…

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Aero Networks – A decade of being ‘the good guys in IT’

Aero Networks began in 2006 and was set up by Paul Curry. 10 years later it has remained a family business offering IT support, cloud services and telecommunications to a variety of local business in the North East and now nationally. From one man to…

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Is collaboration good for business?

Run DMC and Aerosmith did it years ago with ‘Walk this way’ (I’m showing my age now). Nowadays Calvin Harris has collaborated with so many female singers from the likes of Ellie Goulding and now Rihanna. Collaboration is a great way of reaching a new…

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Help Vicki Stone Marketing with our creative survey

At Vicki Stone Marketing, we’re offering new creative design services to our clients as we grow in 2016 and hope you could help with this survey. You don’t have to answer all the questions, so there’s no pressure, but it will really help us shape…

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Capturing some time outside of the business

I’m forever telling some of our SME clients to take some time outside of the business, work on it and not in it. Running your own business can be a bit of a rollercoaster ride and as a business owner, every day has its highs, low,…

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Honesty, integrity and fairness – the foundations for being my own boss – Julie Skevington, Sincero

This month’s guest post is from Julie Skevington, who has recently set up her own business, Sincero. Well, I’ve finally done it; I’ve taken the leap of faith and I’m now my own boss, Director of my own company. Making this decision was filled with…

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