Great marketing is about telling engaging stories, and we shared a stage with some great storytellers at our LAW Creative Business Breakfast on May 1st when we were joined by the stars of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins, Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox and Matthew ‘Ollie’ Ollerton.
Blog posts by Keith Sammels
A recent survey by recruiter CV-Library has revealed that over two-thirds (67.7%) of UK workers are feeling significant workplace stress.
The soldier in the helicopter looks down as tracers zip across the ground. The helicopter is spotted by the enemy. The tracers grow closer, brighter, as the enemy attack the helicopter. The soldier braces himself as the helicopter drops rapidly out of the sky, preparing to land.
Most business decision making, whilst not falling into the ‘life and death’ category, is often crucial to people’s day to day lives and wellbeing.
And whether you are making decisions that affect people’s lifestyles and careers, or whether you are planning your own career, there has arguably never been a time of greater change, stress, danger and turmoil.
LAW Creative has been asked to share the knowledge and experience it has gained over 20 years in the marketing sector in the 2019 edition of The Parliamentary Review.
Whatever your views are on the effect of waste on climate change some things are self-evident.
1. It can’t be a good thing for us to be throwing away more and more packaging.
2. A lot of packaging is annoying and not user-friendly.
3. Some of it is downright dangerous.
Time for the season of magic to begin. What’s your wish?
Remember when you were delighted to get an annual in your stocking at Christmas? Well, we’re delighted with this one.
LAW Creative has been ranked as one of the top 20 marketing agencies in the UK by The Drum.
Next week, our celebrated ‘Superheroes’ film for ZF Aftermarket will stand among the very best work in Europe at the prestigious European Excellence Awards in the category Best Corporate Film 2018.
We asked our friend, fashion and advertising photographer Darren Paul, for some top tips on how to achieve better shots when working with models outdoors.
Congratulations. If you are reading this, you are probably already on the path towards discovering the full potential of the first opportunity – the fantastic scope that exists in being able to pursue a marketing career in one of the most dynamic categories of any global business – the hotel and ‘away from home’ experience sector.
As a multi-award-winning, integrated marketing agency specialising in the hotel, leisure and automotive sectors, we’re proud to be the prime sponsor of the Hotel Marketing Association (HMA) Young Hotel Marketer of the Year Award 2019.
Well, I guess the marketing idea if you are a cheesecake is to be the best cheesecake in the world. Now, I haven’t tried them all but this one is available at The White Chocolate Grill in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In just a short space of time, the smartphone has become a fast, convenient way for people of all ages to access content. And the more we use our smartphones, the more we watch video.
The Drum, Europe’s most visited marketing news platform, now recommends LAW Creative.
Every day this agency fills with a brave band of people who are often starting a long shift in pursuit of the excellent work that delivers the challenging and complicated objectives of our clients. The passion, dedication, laughter and comradeship that this amazing industry engenders will, for most people that work in it, create an amazing lifetime’s obsession.
If your integrated communications could use a shot in the arm to ensure you stay strong in an ever-changing and increasingly competitive business landscape, talk to a smarter thinking agency.
Are you feeling down? Sad because you hoped that something was coming home and then, suddenly, it wasn’t? At times like these there’s only one thing to do – treat yourself to a real pick-me-up, like this glorious cupcake milkshake, or whatever it is that you know will put a smile back on your face.
Another day goes by, another big retail name goes down the tubes. The reasons given are many and varied: the value of the pound, Brexit, the internet, the lack of Russian visas, ‘we didn’t engage as well with our customers as perhaps we should have’… you name it, they’ll blame it.