The agency is proudly small and works with friends in other complimentary disciplines to deliver the best results for clients. When we buy in external services, we don’t charge any mark-up, which is just one of the reasons why we have excellent client and supplier relationships. The agency’s founder, Tina Fotherby, worked in house for four years with the retail magnate and star of BBC TV’s Dragons’ Den, Theo Paphitis, prior to setting up the agency. She learned that high standards go a long way to helping people succeed in a competitive marketplace.
We have some famous clients but we don’t restrict our work to celebrities. The business name is tongue in cheek as few people choose to be famous. Most people simply want recognition within their peer group. Not everyone wants to be king of the jungle. They might simply want to develop their business further. We have some wonderful retained clients and we also love project work for the variety it provides. We are equally happy working with B2C, B2B and not-for-profit clients. We have strong experience in the professional services field and enjoy supporting lawyers and accountants.
Are you an adherent of Marie Kondo? A keen lover of decluttering? Does an empty work surface bring you incomprehensible joy? Then maybe it’s time to apply these principles to your technological life. Digital Minimalism: On Living Better with Less Technology was released early last year by Computer Science professor, Cal Newport. Greatly condensed, the premise […]08th January 2021
As part of the recent launch of his £50m Earthshot Prize, Prince William chatted with Columbian superstar, Shakira, over video call. The singer had joined the prize council for the “green Nobel award” which will fund 50 innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental concerns. You’d imagine that the successful singer’s two young […]07th January 2021
Junk mail was always something of an annoyance. Its short life spanning the journey from the letterbox to the recycling bin. Maybe I’ve been too harsh. Apparently 2020 saw somewhat of a renaissance for direct mail. You may never have thought it, but it seems that the pandemic has boosted our engagement with the advertising […]06th January 2021