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It’s time for young women to take back their decision-making power – whether it’s choosing to have sex or access the sexual & reproductive health services they need. Without discrimination.
In the tumultuous wake of Brexit, dialogue between the two sides of the debate felt crucial.
After 50 years as an outspoken voice for the homeless, Crisis needed to focus their brand in support of an audacious goal – to finally put an end to homelessness.
Building responsible practices throughout supply chains is a challenging business. Those who can make it simpler will stand out.
The NHS has a major role to play in sustainability. Here's how we brought to life the impact that the award-winning Care Without Carbon approach is having at Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.
What happens when you put purpose at the heart of healthcare?
Dance is something that enriches all our lives. This was the core message leading arts organisation South East Dance wanted to get across in a communications and fundraising campaign for their new project The Dance Space.
How do you grow relationships that can protect forests? We saw this as an opportunity to create a brand that stands out from the crowd.
How do you tell a better story of an organisation that believes books open doors?
While universities have fully embraced the power of branding to attract students and income, university alumni associations often lag far behind.
How do young people feel about sports? When Sport England asked this question, the answers were more complex than you might expect.
If science isn't just for scientists, it's creative thinking that can help join the dots.
Everyone should have access to good quality, affordable health care. This unwavering belief has been driving global development consultancy Options for more than two decades.
We all have the right to safer sexual experiences, healthier relationships and the freedom to express our sexuality. Have You Seen My Rights?
A case for support is an essential part of any charity’s communications toolkit. It sets out what you do, why you do it and how people or organisations can be part of the story.
Awareness & fundraising generated by the Ice Bucket Challenge was like a 'lightning strike' for Motor Neurone Disease Association. Enter #lastsummer
From how to wash your hands correctly to where to dispose of rubbish, NHS staff are bombarded by messages, rules and advice every day.
Every year, World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day brings together the global MS community to share stories, raise awareness and campaign for change. Its organisers, the MS International Federation, needed a new website and a social media campaign for 2015, to inspire more people to take action.
Working with World Development Movement to rebrand themselves after 45 years of radical campaigning.
There were two clear objectives with Diabetes Week 2012 – to raise awareness of the incredible research work funded by Diabetes UK and to raise funds to ensure more could be done.
How do you engage young people with an old age campaign? This was the question for HelpAge – an international charity that fights for better rights and care for older people across the globe.
“We want to end the housing crisis in a generation” This was the ambitious aim of National Housing Federation, the national body for housing associations.
Using rich content and social media to spread the message that the UK's young people are worth employing.
We'd worked with True Technology and knew they had great products. Sure Chill stood out and became a stand alone brand which we helped define for the market with a simple but powerful brand identity.
It’s not tick-boxes and spreadsheets that best represent FLOCERT’s role in the world: it’s their ability to deliver fair global trade that everyone can believe in. We worked closely with them to develop a brand and website that told their story and connected them to the difference they were making on a global scale.
International Association for the Study of Obesity were looking for a new way to define and position themselves - at the heart of tackling the global obesity epidemic, as an active organisation. We worked with them to rename as World Obesity and create a brand that is at once credible and approachable.
Toynbee Hall is determined as ever that poverty should be history. And now their brand is as strong as their resolve. We developed a bold, contemporary and credible voice for the organisation, clearly establishing their knowledge and authority while remaining conversational.
When he came to power, David Cameron promised to create the “greenest government ever”. Stop Climate Chaos – a coalition of the UK’s leading charities including Oxfam, Greenpeace and WWF-UK – wanted to make sure he did. So we created a campaign to launch on the first day of parliament that reminded politicians that green business means business.
The opportunity to create a consumer-facing campaign for both a brand and a subject (sustainability) close to our hearts was irresistible. So came ‘Create a Beautiful World’ – a line that spoke to Pukka's brand credentials as producers of beautiful tea but also its efforts to protect and nurture the natural world.
We created a brand that showed Oxleas to be a flexible, collaborative and innovative provider of healthcare that was focused on whole person care. The rebrand helped staff see that it was more than a logo, but a whole way of working as an organisation.
With the human impact of what they do front and centre ITAD are able to stand out in their field and really demonstrate their effectiveness beyond the numbers.
The 4 T's campaign for Diabetes UK was so simple , and yet proved so effective, becoming their most successful campaign to date. More importantly, the campaign actually changed the way GPs assess and diagnose Type 1 diabetes.
It’s something of a dream brief for any branding agency. An organisation with an incredible story that just needs to be told. Truth well told, as the famous advertising adage goes.
The lobbying bill (or 'gagging law') limits the activities of campaigning organisations for the year leading up to a general.
Alongside developing a vibrant visual and verbal brand for the Young Women's Trust we were asked to produce an impact report to highlight what life is really like for young women today. The organisation’s mission to get young women the respect and support they deserve is now well underway.
WWF-UK asked Neo to create a data visualisation that would bring the environmental story of their new office building to life, and influence staff and visitor behaviour through display of live data across the site.
Tinder believe that digital technology can transform lives for the better, which is why we were eager to work with them on defining a new and impactful brand identity and website. We worked closely with the Tinder team and their key stakeholders to really develop a brand and website that was meaningful for both the organisation and their audiences.
This was WWF-UK’s brief to us – how do we get UK supermarket shoppers to care about a place 6000 miles away from them that they would email their supermarket asking them to source a different, more responsible kind of soy. So, the Cerrado campaign was created, it prompted over 28,000 emails to the “Big 7” supermarkets.
How do you turn a collection of local projects into a coherent organisational brand? This was the brand challenge we encountered with Sova.
Kingfisher plc. had a strong history as a responsible business – particularly in sustainable forestry – but to become true leaders in their industry, they still had to do more.
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