How do you get people to talk about incontinence? Take a giant inflatable vulva to the world's largest the arts festival of course.
Talking honestly and emotively. That’s our take on communications. It runs through the work we do internally for organisations as well as the public relations and media relations programmes we run. So long as everyone has an appetite to strip away the bullshit, we’re able to focus on hitting comms objectives.
We’ve said it before, we don’t do press offices. That’s something that should be run by the brand, for the brand. Instead, we work on setting the strategy, focusing on communications boosts through campaigns, helping out in times of crises and also ensuring internal communications is up to scratch.
To not try and pull the wool over anyone’s eyes. We don’t fudge numbers to get a headline or ‘spin’ our way out of owning a crappy situation. We hit challenges head on alongside our clients and aim directly for the most honest line of connection with our audience. What we expect is simple: a bit of bravery.