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Life as a parent can be pretty hectic and finding time to enjoy those precious moments with little ones is hard, but Britax Römer is here to help.
From 15th September – 15th November 2018, Britax Römer, the leader in car seat safety, is offering its customers a free £30 Britax Römer Mastercard® with every i-Size car seat purchased in-store or online at Mothercare. The card can be spent on a whole host of family days out across the UK, helping them to make the most of their special quality time together. Whether it’s paying for the family visit to a zoo, or fuel for the journey, the card can be used anywhere that accepts Mastercard®.Read more >
We sit down with the team behind the new Time Out More dining card to find out what it is and which brands would benefit the most from using it as their next promotional reward.
What is it?
John Pearson, General Manager
It’s a brand new dining card that gives members exclusive offers and experiences you can’t find anywhere else.
So it's like Tastecard?Read more >
Welcome back, we hope you had a wonderful August filled with sunshine, poolside drinks, SPF and minimal flight delays. We also hope you took inspiration from our own out of offices and jazzed up your own.
For those of you who are new to ONES TO WATCH here’s a bit about what you can expect. Each month we keep our eyes peeled for the latest immersive experience, fitness craze, food obsession or newest gadget - some very useful, some utterly bizarre! Our job is to sift through magazines, social media, online content, brand communications, Pinterest boards, event agendas (the list is endless and I’ve run out of breath but you get the idea) so you don’t have to. All you have to do is come back monthly for your bite size chunk of the trendiest trends.Read more >
97 days until Christmas. That’s a scary thought. A less scary thought is that’s only 14 more Monday mornings and approximately nine weeks until the office starts debating whether it’s ‘O.K.’ to switch the Soulful House to Yuletide bangers.
Christmas at TLC usually means Pinterest mood boards and a lot of Asos parcels (and Oliver Bonas, & Other Stories, Topshop…the list goes on), but most importantly it’s about preparation, not for our Christmas party outfits, but for our clients. By December we’re already well into the New Year, making sure all those New Year, New You campaigns are pushed to go live as soon as the nation starts feeling guilty about all that over indulgence.Read more >
Creating an environment where employees can thrive is paramount to success in any business. However, as pressure amounts towards month end and targets come under scrutiny, stress levels increase which can lead to tension and health issues of which neither constitute towards the most productive working environment.
In 2018, workplace wellbeing has become a boardroom priority. We have seen companies like Sweaty Betty wearing employee wellbeing on its sleeve offering free workouts, team fitness events and sponsoring employees to learn new health and fitness skills. Emulating your company promise as part of your employee benefits package is a sure way to build brand advocate from within. It creates a culture where staff are proud of the company they work for and ultimately want to produce the best work for their clients.Read more >
TLC Marketing welcomes Emma Lloyd (nee Critchley) as the first board level marketer aiming to strengthen its new business and communication offerings.
Emma has been at TLC Marketing for three years’ and previously worked client side, marketing for the automotive and employee engagement industries. Leading the PR & Marketing for the UK, Ireland and Nordic regions, her Board appointment has been created to lead the end-to-end communication for the agency, ensuring the output and assets of each department are optimised for new business development and agency reputation. She will be responsible for driving the strength of the UK and Irish brand while simultaneously establishing TLC in the Nordics.Read more >
For the third consecutive year, Rob Scott our Group Creative Director has been appointed as a judge in the Best use of Mail category for the DMA Awards.
Applying to become a DMA judge is you agreeing to take on one of the toughest jobs in the industry. Toughest because as an individual you must uphold the highest standards and create a shortlist which reflects the finest creative work, sharpest strategy and most eye catching results.
Best use of Mail is one of the most popular categories and represents work in a single-addressed mailing or a mailing campaign across B2B or B2C. Work can consist of that which targets existing customers or prospects and must show a clear strategy, audience targeting, use of data, creative rationale and the result achieved.Read more >
Sorry I’m not here to supply you with your monthly trends update. Well, actually, not that sorry because I’m currently poolside with a cocktail. We need a holiday too you know!
So for this month with lots of you embarking on your own trips before the summer is essentially over, we thought we would provide some fun and more interesting suggestions for your own out of office email. Less generic than the classic "I’m out of the office until September so contact Emma if urgent".Read more >