If you live in London, you might have seen (or heard about) an army of do-gooders running through central London in their underwear. And you could be forgiven you'd dreamt it. It was, however, a live PR stunt Manifest helped to coordinate with social enterprise fashion brand, Ark, which stands for 'acts of random kindness'
Helping longstanding client, Dunlop Adhesives, with the advertising, POS and PR around its trade mornings has been keeping us busy throughout August. The first trade day in Leeds was such a success that the specialist brand for the jobbing builder decided it ought to roll them out across the country to avoid uproar, and who best to turn to for marketing support..?
Pleased to announce another new client, the revolutionary name behind home-use natural health and beauty treatments, Manifest is working on a full re-brand and supporting PR campaign for Club Cleo - to launch in October.
Causing a stir in the media of late is Manifest's latest PR client, BrewDog. The PR team recently announced that the maverick independent brewery had launched the strongest, most expensive and most shocking beer in the world - The End of History.
Longstanding client, Dunlop Adhesives, has launched a new advertising campaign thanks to yours truly. The tone highlights the long-term quality and life-long support you get when buying into the Dunlop brand.
Thanks to a raft of new business wins here at Manifest, we have added further to our creative department with the appointment of James Greenway as Artworker.
Never afraid to get our hands dirty, our very own PR girls, Amy and Kate, had a trip out of the office this week to see the sights of geotechnical specialists Bachy Soletanche's latest groundworks project in Preston.
Scotland's largest independent brewery, BrewDog has appointed Manifest London to plot a PR offensive aimed at reinventing perceptions of craft beer in the UK. Manifest was selected ahead of a long list of agencies across the UK that responded to an appeal for support from the brewery's iconic co-founder and talisman, James Watt via Twitter.
Longstanding client, Northgate, had a presence on a national scale but through a number of regional brands. The task in hand was to take advantage of the scale of the company and brand it under one name, to portray one clear and concise message to its audience at all times.