With the first month of 2021 already done and dusted, we’re looking back over some of our top highlights from the start of the new year:
1: Bursting into the new year with some new business
We’ve started 2021 with a bang and have been busy working on several new business projects that span across the UK and into multiple different sectors.
We can’t wait to get cracking on these projects so watch this space!
2: Awarded ‘Most Supportive New Host’ by Whizz Kids
We ended January with the wonderful news that we have been named ‘Most Supportive New Host’ from Whizz-Kidz (a non-profit organisation that supports young wheelchair users with experience and equipment to help them live fulfilling lives).
We started working with Whizz-Kidz back in the summer of 2020, offering placements to those looking for work experience in marketing. We’re incredibly proud of this achievement and can’t wait to work with some more participants again this year.
3: Brushing off our Welsh
We’ve also kicked off 2021 by exploring the Welsh Language in more depth. We’ve signed up to Welsh language courses to help perfect our speaking skills, and began creating a Welsh Language awareness scheme to help us understand what needs to be in place across the agency to show how we’re supporting the Welsh Language.
4: Stepping up to the mic
Our associate director, James Cuff has been invited to speak at the Content Marketing Virtual Summit later this year. He’ll be speaking about his career, how we create value for clients, the importance of aligning with the brand and advice for content creators – new and old.
5: Giving content a voice
In January our editor, Chris Marshall, and head of social, Rachel Besenyei, shared their expertise and knowledge in our latest Outfoxed blogs.
Chris explored how sound and audio is becoming an increasingly important way to reach people, and explained why it’s likely to continue to grow as a platform throughout 2021.
Meanwhile, Rachel has offered her expertise on why marketers and business owners shouldn’t be tempted too easily to turn to Facebook ads and paid social as it can quickly become costly, both in terms of time and money.
You can read both thought leadership blogs in full by clicking the links below: