4th Dec 2014
With Halloween growing in popularity, the autumn edition of Storebites takes a look at how some of the top retailers and brands in the UK are making the most of this seasonal event. Plus with ecommerce rising in popularity, we investigate who the leaders and laggers are. Finally, you’ll also find a deep dive into Mcolls’s, one of the UK’s top convenience retailers, a roundup of the best branded promotions, alongside our regular features.
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19th Nov 2014
When the Arc/Change combo won the bucket load of awards at the IPMs this summer, we qualified for the IMC awards which celebrate the best of European promotional marketing.
A total of six awards went to British agencies including 2 golds, 3 silvers and a bronze.
Arc/Change, we are delighted to announce won two of them. Gold for integration. Silver for Cause related marketing.
18th Dec 2014
As consumers demand that brands do more to demonstrate a credible commitment to social responsibility, more and more are turning to strategic charity…Continue Reading
2nd Oct 2014
After over 9 months in planning and development, our campaign to relaunch The Co-op Bank broke on 1st October. A fully integrated campaign across TV, Cinema, OOH, press, radio and retail aiming to raise awareness of the banks ethical stance. The TV ad, directed by legendary Hollywood director Tony Kaye, shows a man having the words “Ethics & Values” tattooed on his back, inspired to ink by the bank’s ethical policy. “I belong to an organisation that does things a little differently,” he says, over a backdrop of images of skulls and bullets.Continue reading
23rd Jun 2014
Our campaign to save lives at sea for the RNLI won big at the IPM Awards, grabbing Double Gold and Silver, the Client Award, the Consumer Award (especially gratifying as it is voted for by punters) and the biggie - The Grand Prix.
And winning Agency of the Year too was the icing on the cake!
7th Mar 2014
We are proud to say that Arc scooped 3 golds and Arc/Change won 4 merits last night at the MAA Best Awards. Our sponsorship team got a much deserved Best for their outstanding work on McDonald's and Tutor Crowd picked up two for ambient media and best small budget campaign.