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We’ve been busy

22 March 2012

We’ve been a bit quiet of late on announcing new clients and projects we are working on, not because we haven’t had anything to say and more because we haven’t had a moment to catch breath and say it.
So, here is a whirlwind round-up of developments over the last few months:

We’ve been working with Girlguiding UK to develop their communications strategy for the next two years leading up the Brownie Centenary in 2014

We’re helping to build a really exciting and ambitious campaign to get the whole country giving more money, time and energy to the causes we all care about, on behalf of Pears Foundation – www.givemore.org.uk

We’ve worked with London Councils to train press officers in preparation for the huge influx of journalists expected for the Olympics this summer

We helped to steer BAPRAS through the PIP implants crisis at the turn of the year, positioning them as one of the most trusted voices on the issue for consumers and the health sector alike

We’ve been travelling up and down the country with an experiential roadshow on electrical safety for the Electrical Safety Council

We helped WAGGGS launch their Stop the Violence campaign worldwide, speaking out against violence for girls and young women

We’ve developed materials for NHS London to help residents stay safe and healthy during the Olympics this summer

We’ve launched a pilot for WRAP to inspire people to re-use furniture and textiles rather than sending them to landfill

We’ve been working with patient services at NHS Portsmouth to get more people in the community to access to the smoking, obesity and alcohol services on offer

We developed the Love London, Go Dutch cycling campaign platform for London Cycling Campaign, helping cycle safety become one of the hot issues in this year’s London Mayoral Election

We’ve worked with Media Trust to launch their new hub for citizen journalism