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Simon Rowlands

Chester office up and running

By | Row-A things

Row-A’s new Chester office

We now have a new office in a new location, overlooking Chester racecourse.

Having an agency presence for Cheshire, Shropshire, Merseyside and North Wales, to complement the Row-A Manchester office, has been on our radar for some time. It was just a case of deciding where to land.

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£96M new business and bagging two shiny gongs

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Two Transform awards for Clarity Travel Management

It’s one year since we rebranded and relaunched the Co-operative Travel Management as Clarity Travel Management. In that time the group has won £96M of new business. So, this week, we were thrilled to add two shiny gongs (with finger smudges) to Clarity’s first birthday celebrations.

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Suits at the ready

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We’re off to the Transform Awards

One of the great things about being a newish agency, is you can have lots of lofty ideals; before, at some point, you inevitably have to climb down from a few. One of ours was that we’d rise above the temptation to enter every award going and only go for those that we (and we think the industry) genuinely respect. And we’d only enter work that was a good fit, rather than hit and hope. It saves a lot of time, money and (if you get nominated) dry cleaning.

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Lies, Brand Lies and Statistics

By | Advertising, Branding, Content Marketing, TV

VW’s Emissions

The power of social media celebrity eh?

Take Teresa, Josie and Mary: one minute you’re a minor YouTube celebrity, the next you’re responsible for the imminent demise of the German Automobile industry and sending an entire nation into panic. How Wunderbar. It’s like Justin Bieber bringing down OPEC, and setting in motion some oil-starved dystopia.

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