This week we signed a joint letter to Editors of the National Press, and Kwasi Kwateng, The Secretary of State for Business to pledge our commitment, alongside over 25 UK agencies, in the first-ever national communications initiative to ‘do our bit’ for business. Our collective ‘Save 2021 Sale’ is offering companies, a 33% reduction in fees for the first three months (one month free) for projects signed up this January.
News that Lockdown3 may last until Easter has added to the January business blues, but it is always darkest before the dawn. The roll-out of the Oxford vaccine offers us a glimmer of light on the horizon. The key thing is that firms need to prepare now to be ready. Marketing agencies are ideally placed to help companies optimise their share of the projected ‘Covid- Dividend’ of £100m in unspent disposable income that consumers will be looking to spend once restrictions ease. Plus, to grow their exports to the 67 countries, we have new trade deals with this year.
At a time when work needs to be developed, and times are tough, our participation in the pioneering “Save 2021 Sale”, is timely. Clients can use this opportunity to get our brand marketing strategy input and excellent creative output to get into shape for 2021.
Why not use the 33% fee reduction and set us a brief for:
– a Spark* Workshop to get your proposition clear and your business growing?
- a brand marketing project as we did for Diageo implemented?
- a communications campaign as we did for Boots created?
FLINTLOCK is proud to participate and offer its specialist strategic expertise alongside agencies from the entire marketing mix, including advertising creative to media buying, from data analytics to marketing automation:
- LONDON Advertising
- Always be content
- Content 10x
- Gabrielle Shaw Communications
- Growth Animals
- Hot House Digital
- Integrity International Events
- Lead intuition
- Managed Language
- Maple Street Creative
- Radio Trading Desk
- Stand Agency
- Strange Thoughts
- The Wellbeings.London
- Third Foundation
- Walk-in Media