Latest Work

  • Center Parcs


    We conduct regular surveys with Center Parcs’ corporate clients to gather data we can use to create newsworthy stories that highlight thought leadership. We highlight the… Read more

  • Keith Prowse


    We issued to key media the results of research that was carried out by Experian on behalf of Keith Prowse. These highlighted the benefits of… Read more

  • Somerset House


    We’ve targeted key decision makers and influencers in the events industry with compelling stories that have been created to drive enquiry levels. Our narrowcast approach… Read more

  • Tanner & Co


    We worked with the Camm and Hooper team for the six months prior to the launch, looking for high-profile opportunities to showcase the new opening.… Read more


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What’s Hot and Not


Brazil: With this year’s summer Olympics taking place in the vibrant metropolis, Rio de Janeiro, cities around the world prepare to celebrate one of the world’s most effervescent locations with odes to all things Brazilian. The Brewery, has this year announced its Brazil summer party packages which will see it transformed into a tropical paradise to champion the sights, sounds and flavours of the home of samba. Expect sweet Caipirinha and Caipiroska cocktails, churrasco style barbequed meat and brightly colored clothing to adorn the capital as the world’s greatest sporting event gets the South American treatment.


Summer sporting season: The season of sport is once again upon us, and this year promises a fantastic array of events to enjoy in the sun. Keith Prowse will once again be hosting spectators from far and wide at some of this season’s most highly sought after sporting spectacles. From The Championships, Wimbledon, the world’s most famous tennis competition, to the exhilarating T20 cricket season at the Oval and Edgbaston, there are plenty of opportunities to get closer to the action and indulge in some word-class hospitality at the same time!


Brain Food: Word on the street is telling us that a few savvy London foodies are using their heads (literally) and putting brain back on the menu. Described as having a buttery, soft cheese like texture, the brain is considered a delicacy in many cultures and features in Turkish, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian cuisine to name a few. Whether you think it’s a brainy move or totally offal, (pun very much intended) it’s definitely a trend set to cause culinary controversy around the capital.

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