Award-winning East Anglian integrated design and marketing communications agency oneagency.co has expanded its operation with the acquisition of Cambridge-based CBA-Design.
UK marketing spend is reported to be at its highest since pre-recession days, which may not be so surprising. Companies cutting marketing spend in austerity Britain would have been heading in the same direction as the Invisible Man in a pea souper.
Cambridge UK integrated marketing and design business, KISS, has strengthened its digital team with the appointment of Matt Rose to the position of senior digital designer.
Creative agency Mobas has won a competitive pitch to deliver a full range of marketing services to Cambridge UK radar technology business Aveillant Ltd.
Caroline Hyde has been appointed centre director for Cambridge’s first hub for social and environmental businesses – The Future Business Centre – which opened in November.
Silk Pearce has worked with Royal Mail to design two complementary sets of stamps to commemorate the Merchant Navy’s enduring contribution to British life over the last 200 years.
KISS Communications has expanded its team with the appointment of Kelly Da Silva Fernandes to the position of Senior Account Manager.
Suffolk based PRCA member, Pier Marketing, has achieved its Communications Management Standard – the gold standard of service for the PR industry.
The University of East Anglia has issued an SOS to videographers and home movie fans to share footage of the East Anglia region for a new project.
World-leading design innovators are coming to Cambridge this summer to explain how 3D printing using lunar soil could create housing for space explorers on the Moon’s surface.
Alison Meadows has created a stir in the UK marketing arena by quitting Ware Anthony Rust to join rival Cambridge branding agency Mobas as business development director.
Cambridge-based Mobas has once again been named a top 100 marketing agency outside London.
Media Managers, confirmed earlier this year as the Recommended Agency Register’s best agency in East Anglia, has launched a new PR business based in Cambridge UK – Commotion Communications.
A team of video game developers from the University of Essex have been picked by Virgin Media to develop the next big game for mobile and tablet devices in just 100 days.
A Cambridge agency has designed the digital hub for one of London’s most awaited property developments – the Greenwich Millennium Village.
A pan-European marketing alliance has been created by agencies in Cambridgeshire UK and Turin, Italy to raise their clients’ profile through genuine continental coverage.
- Tribe and Brand Experience join forces
- Mobas welcomes new talent
- Silk Pearce stamps its mark on Diamond Jubilee celebrations
- Mobas bangs ‘Drum’ as top design house
- Boy bands in big screen debut
- Media Managers lines up more glory
- Alan Bennett snaps up photography award
- Computer games can help save planet
- Arena goes global with £16.5m haul
- Toshiba Medical deal for Mobas
- Falcon a finalist for fourth successive year
- Foundry House launches new consultancy and mentoring service
- ‘Britain’s Greatest’ campaign appoints Myriad PR
- Cambridge photographer snaps up major accolade
- Business Weekly New Year Honours – Image Makers
- Cambridge PR signs deal with Celebrity Big Brother star
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