Clients

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

East Village E20

The former athletes’ village at the Olympic Park in East London is fast-becoming one of the City’s most desirable new neighbourhoods. We’re working with the main property owner (Get Living London) and with the residents, new retailers and everyone else involved to show how E20 could become a new home for thousands of people who want to live in the city …

Get Living London

We’ve been working with Get Living London, the country’s largest private sector rental agent, since 2015. With over 1,000 properties in East Village E20 and more to come in the area (and maybe across the capital) we’re helping position Get Living London as a leading landlord in this highly competitive sector. We work closely with the company, residents and new retailers of East Village to showcase how E20 is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want the perks of living in London without the stress of city life. This includes some frankly quite mad activities like sculpting a Beyoncé from cheese and decorating hipster’s beards with fairy lights.

Mercure

Mercure is one of AccorHotels’ leading midscale brands offering guests a unique experience during every stay. Each Mercure hotel boasts its own style and personality, plus a locally inspired design which reflects the surrounding area. Our brief is to raise the profile of Mercure Hotels within the UK and showcase their ‘Stay Different’ messaging to media across the travel, business, regional and consumer lifestyle sectors. Earlier this year the team helped Mercure to launch a bespoke ‘Local Stories’ event celebrating Jane Austen’s Bicentenary at their 4* Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel, securing a great range of media attendees and generating plenty of great coverage as a result.

Novotel

Appealing to both leisure and business travellers, Novotel has 36 properties dotted around the UK and the team work relentlessly to secure media and influencer review. A busy press office sees the team regularly promoting seasonal offers, like the Novotel 50th Birthday room sale. Over the past year we have supported the launch of two contemporary food and drink lounges in Cardiff and Leeds, as well as helping launch Novotel London Canary Wharf – a hotel that sets a new benchmark for Novotel globally. Through targeted review stays and an exclusive celebrity launch party, we have secured extensive coverage in the likes of Forbes, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, GQ, The Times and The Wharf.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

East Village E20

The former athletes’ village at the Olympic Park in East London is fast-becoming one of the City’s most desirable new neighbourhoods. We’re working with the main property owner (Get Living London) and with the residents, new retailers and everyone else involved to show how E20 could become a new home for thousands of people who want to live in the city …

Get Living London

We’ve been working with Get Living London, the country’s largest private sector rental agent, since 2015. With over 1,000 properties in East Village E20 and more to come in the area (and maybe across the capital) we’re helping position Get Living London as a leading landlord in this highly competitive sector. We work closely with the company, residents and new retailers of East Village to showcase how E20 is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want the perks of living in London without the stress of city life. This includes some frankly quite mad activities like sculpting a Beyoncé from cheese and decorating hipster’s beards with fairy lights.

Mercure

Mercure is one of AccorHotels’ leading midscale brands offering guests a unique experience during every stay. Each Mercure hotel boasts its own style and personality, plus a locally inspired design which reflects the surrounding area. Our brief is to raise the profile of Mercure Hotels within the UK and showcase their ‘Stay Different’ messaging to media across the travel, business, regional and consumer lifestyle sectors. Earlier this year the team helped Mercure to launch a bespoke ‘Local Stories’ event celebrating Jane Austen’s Bicentenary at their 4* Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel, securing a great range of media attendees and generating plenty of great coverage as a result.

Novotel

Appealing to both leisure and business travellers, Novotel has 36 properties dotted around the UK and the team work relentlessly to secure media and influencer review. A busy press office sees the team regularly promoting seasonal offers, like the Novotel 50th Birthday room sale. Over the past year we have supported the launch of two contemporary food and drink lounges in Cardiff and Leeds, as well as helping launch Novotel London Canary Wharf – a hotel that sets a new benchmark for Novotel globally. Through targeted review stays and an exclusive celebrity launch party, we have secured extensive coverage in the likes of Forbes, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, GQ, The Times and The Wharf.

Neat Nutrition

We’re working with new nutrition brand, Neat Nutrition to help launch their range of Protein products onto the market. With a premium positioning, the team at Neat has spent years finding the best ingredients for their range and are now launching it on the world with our help …

STRIPPD

We have been working with premium lifestyle brand STRIPPD since we first launched it to media and influencers in April 2016. The range of clean, lean protein powders and supplements are designed for everyday women to fit into a healthy and balanced lifestyle. After creating the big media launch moment, we’ve since gone on to target a mass female market through creative media relations, proactive pitching and a robust PR strategy establishing STRIPPD as a leading health and wellness brand. This included a high energy #PimpMyProtein event at Core Collective, which helped build brand love through an unforgettable interactive experience. A huge success, the event played a significant part in STRIPPD receiving a certificate of excellence in the In2 SABRE Awards for creating a cult brand. Relentless work by the team has resulted in widespread coverage including: Notebook, Grazia, Women’s Health, Tatler, Glamour and Mail Online.

London Coffee Festival

Earlier this year we had the absolute pleasure of working with London Coffee Festival, the largest gathering of coffee lovers in Western Europe. In the months leading up to the Festival, we used the baristas and brands involved, alongside the founders, to place profiles, expert comment and creative features, resulting in some standout pieces in key lifestyle titles. In addition to this, we used London Coffee Festival’s own data to provide key insights about the coffee market, crafting a story which took them out of the listings and feature pages and straight into news, with the likes of The Times and The Sun covering the story.

Arcelor Mittal Orbit

In 2017, we’ve been lucky enough to be brought in by London Legacy Development Committee to look after The Slide at The ArcelorMittalOrbit – Carsten Höller’s addition to Sir Anish Kapoor’s iconic sculpture in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We’ve been working hard to promote The Slide as a must-visit destination for thrill-seekers in London, most recently launching the world’s first ice scream specifically developed to trigger a rush of adrenaline. For one day only, sliders could indulge in one of these “Ice Screams” before they undertook the 40-second descent of the slide, making for an even bigger buzz.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

East Village E20

The former athletes’ village at the Olympic Park in East London is fast-becoming one of the City’s most desirable new neighbourhoods. We’re working with the main property owner (Get Living London) and with the residents, new retailers and everyone else involved to show how E20 could become a new home for thousands of people who want to live in the city …

Get Living London

We’ve been working with Get Living London, the country’s largest private sector rental agent, since 2015. With over 1,000 properties in East Village E20 and more to come in the area (and maybe across the capital) we’re helping position Get Living London as a leading landlord in this highly competitive sector. We work closely with the company, residents and new retailers of East Village to showcase how E20 is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want the perks of living in London without the stress of city life. This includes some frankly quite mad activities like sculpting a Beyoncé from cheese and decorating hipster’s beards with fairy lights.

Mercure

Mercure is one of AccorHotels’ leading midscale brands offering guests a unique experience during every stay. Each Mercure hotel boasts its own style and personality, plus a locally inspired design which reflects the surrounding area. Our brief is to raise the profile of Mercure Hotels within the UK and showcase their ‘Stay Different’ messaging to media across the travel, business, regional and consumer lifestyle sectors. Earlier this year the team helped Mercure to launch a bespoke ‘Local Stories’ event celebrating Jane Austen’s Bicentenary at their 4* Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel, securing a great range of media attendees and generating plenty of great coverage as a result.

Novotel

Appealing to both leisure and business travellers, Novotel has 36 properties dotted around the UK and the team work relentlessly to secure media and influencer review. A busy press office sees the team regularly promoting seasonal offers, like the Novotel 50th Birthday room sale. Over the past year we have supported the launch of two contemporary food and drink lounges in Cardiff and Leeds, as well as helping launch Novotel London Canary Wharf – a hotel that sets a new benchmark for Novotel globally. Through targeted review stays and an exclusive celebrity launch party, we have secured extensive coverage in the likes of Forbes, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, GQ, The Times and The Wharf.

Neat Nutrition

We’re working with new nutrition brand, Neat Nutrition to help launch their range of Protein products onto the market. With a premium positioning, the team at Neat has spent years finding the best ingredients for their range and are now launching it on the world with our help …

STRIPPD

We have been working with premium lifestyle brand STRIPPD since we first launched it to media and influencers in April 2016. The range of clean, lean protein powders and supplements are designed for everyday women to fit into a healthy and balanced lifestyle. After creating the big media launch moment, we’ve since gone on to target a mass female market through creative media relations, proactive pitching and a robust PR strategy establishing STRIPPD as a leading health and wellness brand. This included a high energy #PimpMyProtein event at Core Collective, which helped build brand love through an unforgettable interactive experience. A huge success, the event played a significant part in STRIPPD receiving a certificate of excellence in the In2 SABRE Awards for creating a cult brand. Relentless work by the team has resulted in widespread coverage including: Notebook, Grazia, Women’s Health, Tatler, Glamour and Mail Online.

London Coffee Festival

Earlier this year we had the absolute pleasure of working with London Coffee Festival, the largest gathering of coffee lovers in Western Europe. In the months leading up to the Festival, we used the baristas and brands involved, alongside the founders, to place profiles, expert comment and creative features, resulting in some standout pieces in key lifestyle titles. In addition to this, we used London Coffee Festival’s own data to provide key insights about the coffee market, crafting a story which took them out of the listings and feature pages and straight into news, with the likes of The Times and The Sun covering the story.

Arcelor Mittal Orbit

In 2017, we’ve been lucky enough to be brought in by London Legacy Development Committee to look after The Slide at The ArcelorMittalOrbit – Carsten Höller’s addition to Sir Anish Kapoor’s iconic sculpture in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We’ve been working hard to promote The Slide as a must-visit destination for thrill-seekers in London, most recently launching the world’s first ice scream specifically developed to trigger a rush of adrenaline. For one day only, sliders could indulge in one of these “Ice Screams” before they undertook the 40-second descent of the slide, making for an even bigger buzz.

Isle of Man Tourism

Isle of Man Tourism was one of our first ever clients at Hope&Glory, so it holds a special place in our hearts. Over the last five years we’ve been working to promote the Island’s breath-taking beauty by organising press trips and placing features – as well as some top-quality news generation along the way. We’ve worked with Ray Mears, we’ve created some spectacular stone balancing land-art, we’ve even issued pictures of real life basking sharks and wild wallabies. Safe to say, we’ve had an absolute blast working with this beautiful little Island.

AnyVan

We work with not your usual, run-of-the-mill van hire company, AnyVan, to help promote the brand through national news. Our work for the brand, which is one of the biggest removals businesses in the country all-told, has seen us take a national media stage to comment on the fact that young people will live in fewer homes in a lifetime than their parents – or their grandparents. We’ve helped create AnyVan Box Fort kits to help keep kids occupied while on the move and we’ve got bags more news generation in the pipeline. Who knew vans could be a great category to work in?

RealD

RealD’s mission is to perfect the visual experience on every screen and every device around the world. They are the world’s leading developers of display technologies that unleash the power of moving images and the incredible stories they tell. As pioneers in the world of 3D, we’re helping RealD to promote the unique experiences they offer, helping to develop the narrative around their new technologies and bringing to life the magic that a 3D cinema experience can offer. This has largely been through movie-based activity such as the Star Wars: Rogue One London treasure hunt, two successful experiments with children and adults showcasing the physiological benefits of 3D movie watching, and hosting the first ever rooftop 3D screening in partnership with Rooftop Film Club.

Great British Racing

We have recently started working with Great British Racing, horse racing’s official marketing and promotional body, on their #StirrUpSummer campaign. The brief was to promote the great experience under 18’s can enjoy at the races with their family. The team has spent the first year building a new website, focused on creating engaging content, as well securing a host of traditional and social media coverage through creative campaigns. This included working with hip hop duo Reggie and Bollie who put their own spin on horse commentary, and with YouTube star Caspar Lee to design the first ever horse trainers.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

East Village E20

The former athletes’ village at the Olympic Park in East London is fast-becoming one of the City’s most desirable new neighbourhoods. We’re working with the main property owner (Get Living London) and with the residents, new retailers and everyone else involved to show how E20 could become a new home for thousands of people who want to live in the city …

Get Living London

We’ve been working with Get Living London, the country’s largest private sector rental agent, since 2015. With over 1,000 properties in East Village E20 and more to come in the area (and maybe across the capital) we’re helping position Get Living London as a leading landlord in this highly competitive sector. We work closely with the company, residents and new retailers of East Village to showcase how E20 is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want the perks of living in London without the stress of city life. This includes some frankly quite mad activities like sculpting a Beyoncé from cheese and decorating hipster’s beards with fairy lights.

Mercure

Mercure is one of AccorHotels’ leading midscale brands offering guests a unique experience during every stay. Each Mercure hotel boasts its own style and personality, plus a locally inspired design which reflects the surrounding area. Our brief is to raise the profile of Mercure Hotels within the UK and showcase their ‘Stay Different’ messaging to media across the travel, business, regional and consumer lifestyle sectors. Earlier this year the team helped Mercure to launch a bespoke ‘Local Stories’ event celebrating Jane Austen’s Bicentenary at their 4* Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel, securing a great range of media attendees and generating plenty of great coverage as a result.

Novotel

Appealing to both leisure and business travellers, Novotel has 36 properties dotted around the UK and the team work relentlessly to secure media and influencer review. A busy press office sees the team regularly promoting seasonal offers, like the Novotel 50th Birthday room sale. Over the past year we have supported the launch of two contemporary food and drink lounges in Cardiff and Leeds, as well as helping launch Novotel London Canary Wharf – a hotel that sets a new benchmark for Novotel globally. Through targeted review stays and an exclusive celebrity launch party, we have secured extensive coverage in the likes of Forbes, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, GQ, The Times and The Wharf.

Neat Nutrition

We’re working with new nutrition brand, Neat Nutrition to help launch their range of Protein products onto the market. With a premium positioning, the team at Neat has spent years finding the best ingredients for their range and are now launching it on the world with our help …

STRIPPD

We have been working with premium lifestyle brand STRIPPD since we first launched it to media and influencers in April 2016. The range of clean, lean protein powders and supplements are designed for everyday women to fit into a healthy and balanced lifestyle. After creating the big media launch moment, we’ve since gone on to target a mass female market through creative media relations, proactive pitching and a robust PR strategy establishing STRIPPD as a leading health and wellness brand. This included a high energy #PimpMyProtein event at Core Collective, which helped build brand love through an unforgettable interactive experience. A huge success, the event played a significant part in STRIPPD receiving a certificate of excellence in the In2 SABRE Awards for creating a cult brand. Relentless work by the team has resulted in widespread coverage including: Notebook, Grazia, Women’s Health, Tatler, Glamour and Mail Online.

London Coffee Festival

Earlier this year we had the absolute pleasure of working with London Coffee Festival, the largest gathering of coffee lovers in Western Europe. In the months leading up to the Festival, we used the baristas and brands involved, alongside the founders, to place profiles, expert comment and creative features, resulting in some standout pieces in key lifestyle titles. In addition to this, we used London Coffee Festival’s own data to provide key insights about the coffee market, crafting a story which took them out of the listings and feature pages and straight into news, with the likes of The Times and The Sun covering the story.

Arcelor Mittal Orbit

In 2017, we’ve been lucky enough to be brought in by London Legacy Development Committee to look after The Slide at The ArcelorMittalOrbit – Carsten Höller’s addition to Sir Anish Kapoor’s iconic sculpture in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We’ve been working hard to promote The Slide as a must-visit destination for thrill-seekers in London, most recently launching the world’s first ice scream specifically developed to trigger a rush of adrenaline. For one day only, sliders could indulge in one of these “Ice Screams” before they undertook the 40-second descent of the slide, making for an even bigger buzz.

Isle of Man Tourism

Isle of Man Tourism was one of our first ever clients at Hope&Glory, so it holds a special place in our hearts. Over the last five years we’ve been working to promote the Island’s breath-taking beauty by organising press trips and placing features – as well as some top-quality news generation along the way. We’ve worked with Ray Mears, we’ve created some spectacular stone balancing land-art, we’ve even issued pictures of real life basking sharks and wild wallabies. Safe to say, we’ve had an absolute blast working with this beautiful little Island.

AnyVan

We work with not your usual, run-of-the-mill van hire company, AnyVan, to help promote the brand through national news. Our work for the brand, which is one of the biggest removals businesses in the country all-told, has seen us take a national media stage to comment on the fact that young people will live in fewer homes in a lifetime than their parents – or their grandparents. We’ve helped create AnyVan Box Fort kits to help keep kids occupied while on the move and we’ve got bags more news generation in the pipeline. Who knew vans could be a great category to work in?

RealD

RealD’s mission is to perfect the visual experience on every screen and every device around the world. They are the world’s leading developers of display technologies that unleash the power of moving images and the incredible stories they tell. As pioneers in the world of 3D, we’re helping RealD to promote the unique experiences they offer, helping to develop the narrative around their new technologies and bringing to life the magic that a 3D cinema experience can offer. This has largely been through movie-based activity such as the Star Wars: Rogue One London treasure hunt, two successful experiments with children and adults showcasing the physiological benefits of 3D movie watching, and hosting the first ever rooftop 3D screening in partnership with Rooftop Film Club.

Great British Racing

We have recently started working with Great British Racing, horse racing’s official marketing and promotional body, on their #StirrUpSummer campaign. The brief was to promote the great experience under 18’s can enjoy at the races with their family. The team has spent the first year building a new website, focused on creating engaging content, as well securing a host of traditional and social media coverage through creative campaigns. This included working with hip hop duo Reggie and Bollie who put their own spin on horse commentary, and with YouTube star Caspar Lee to design the first ever horse trainers.

NCP

NCP is one of our growing number of B2B clients – because we always think that variety is the spice of life. We’re helping the brand to reposition in the trade and business media and to tell its story of development from car park operators to full-service parking retail, marketing and management brand. We’re doing all you’d expect from a full-service PR team including working on getting their CEO out and about in front of the right media, running a full-on features programme and press office, hosting events with the great and the good across a range of industries and hitting the major speaker events too.

Guinness World Records

We’re working with Guinness World Records on a stunt and experience to help promote their Amazing Animals book. It’ll be fun. Watch this space in October to find out more.

NOW TV

We’ve just earned a place on the NOW TV roster working on creative campaigns for the latest shows in their blockbuster calendar of amazing telly. NOW TV is Sky’s on demand streaming service and brings together the best film, entertainment, box sets, sport and kids shows from around the world – as well as from the Sky stable. So we are going to have plenty to work with.

IMG Events

IMG has been a client of Hope&Glory for the last two years. It’s enabled the team to work across some of the most popular mass participation events in the UK, including the The Color Run, the Blenheim Triathlon, and the largest triathlon in the world, the London Triathlon. With the main goal of building general awareness and driving people to sign-up to the respective events, we have delivered and continue to deliver creative campaigns and influencer activity, bringing to life the events and sponsorships, alongside day-to-day press office work, achieving cut through on both traditional and social media.

adidas

We’ve been working with adidas since November 2015. Initially focusing on Running and Women’s Training, we’ve also recently made it onto their global events roster, building towards a major launch to be announced imminently. An integrated brief, we look after their press office as well as developing content across their social media platforms and for their influencer programmes. The team works relentlessly to drive consistent coverage results across the board, from new product launches to wider fitness and fashion features to talent-led pieces with local social media influencers and adidas global ambassadors. Alongside the day-to-day we also promote the adidas London run club, adidas Runners, creating content and taking media and influencers on various runs across London, as well as working on adidas’ brand new series of major closed road running events throughout the heart of London, the adidas City Runs series, kicking off in October with the Shoreditch 10k.

IKEA

We do both daily press office and brand campaigns alongside influencer work for IKEA. We’ve helped the brand generate news on an on-going basis through the press office – quick, smart ideas that land great coverage across not only interiors press, but also national, lifestyle and tech. Having taken on a brand agency remit, we’ve also worked with IKEA on a series of bigger integrated campaigns over the last few years such as The Bed and Breakfast Café and more recently The DIY Dining Club. This is all in addition to showcasing designer collaborations, bi-annual trends and expertise in the Life at Home, as well as working closely with the in-house team to make sure that IKEA is front of mind with the media.

O2

We do broad range of work with O2, the UK’s favourite mobile network. We deliver activations to promote their brand campaigns, new products and consumer offers as well as driving “More for you” messaging through all of our activity. Alongside our consumer campaigns brief we also support the brand’s music and sports sponsorships and activations, bringing to life their venues, the acts they feature, and getting fans closer to the action. As if that we’re enough, we also work with them on their O2 Recycle activity and their youth action programme.

HTC

We’ve worked with HTC since late 2013 doing all their UK press office work, alongside some awesome campaigns and mini-activations that sit somewhere in between the two. We kicked off with a stunt to announce their Gold HTC One, the “street of gold” as we covered an actual London street to national media acclaim. Along with a hardworking press office which ranges from managing reviews to securing mass coverage for our phone’s starring role in Love Island, our work has included sponsorship activation with the creation of Selfridges Skatepark in the Old Hotel as well the quick-and-dirty invention of award-winning “#phonies”. More recently, we have created the first makeup range for selfies, created a dress made from gold milk for Kelly Brook, and brought the squeezy camera function of the HTC U11 to life with Tom Daley’s extreme diving selfies.

Deliveroo

A Hope&Glory client since January 2017, our work for them has been as exciting and varied as you would expect from one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. We have had a lot of fun with food stories that have landed coverage for Deliveroo across the board of consumer titles – from The Sun, Mail Online and Metro, to Buzzfeed and Mashable, via The Financial Times Weekend. With such a rich source of inspiration from Deliveroo’s restaurant partners and innovative business model, the team has created a Game of Thrones Bakery, Creme Egg Pizza, helped Hugo Taylor launch his sushi restaurant, delivered rock star Riders, and masterminded a five-page feature in FT Weekend to help launch Editions – delivery-only kitchens that are set to further revolutionise the takeaway market.

Airbnb

We’ve been working with the quite remarkable Airbnb since the start of 2015 and have been having an awesome time doing so. We look after everything for the brand in the UK from creative press office stories, hitting the travel and lifestyle media, news generation, bigger consumer campaigns and supporting the brand’s corporate efforts along the way. Since the launch of Trips in November 2016, Airbnb has been in an exciting period of transition, building on their core home-sharing proposition to provide a wider travel offering.

Sainsbury’s

We recently started working with leading grocery retailer Sainsbury’s on the Waste less, Save more campaign, promoting Sainsbury’s values around sustainability and community, and supporting the corporate team on developing a living well narrative. In just a short time, we have unveiled Sainsbury’s 100% British Lamb commitment, delivered the results from a yearlong food waste trial in Swadlincote, and found out how much edible food we bin before we go on holiday. With many more stories in the pipeline, we look forward to helping Sainsbury’s communicate the excellent work they do.

Argos

One of our newest additions is Argos; one of the UK’s leading digital retailers. With 29 million store customers and nearly a billion online visitors every year we will deliver a constant drumbeat of activity that will help to promote new products, consumer offers and support a number of bigger brand campaigns across its core categories of consumer electronics, toys, fitness and jewellery.  Plus, no retail PR calendar would be complete without Black Friday and Christmas, it’s going to be a busy year!

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has been a Hope&Glory client since early 2013 and we’ve been busy ever since. Our focus has been turning The Royal Mint into a consumer brand in the UK consciousness and we’re helping create a narrative that tells of its 1,000-year history while demonstrating its enduring relevance in the twenty first century. Encouraging people to collect coins from change as a marker of British cultural history has seen us deliver stories of the “rarest coin in Britain”, the “unseen effigy” of Edward VIII and the enduring appeal of Olympic coins. We had the great honour of unveiling the fifth effigy of the Queen to appear on British coinage, working with the National Portrait Gallery to show the portraits, displaying the evolution of the effigy from 1953. As you’d expect, results were spectacular with a clean sweep of the nationals, including the front page of The Guardian.

Pokémon

We’re proud to work with the global phenomenon that is the Pokémon franchise. Riding high on the brand’s success with Pokemon GO!, we work with the The Pokemon Company across their Trading Card Game, films and their brand across both the UK and as lead agency for all their EU markets.

Sony

Sony is a tale of two teams with Hope&Glory taking the reins across the brand’s home, sound and digital imaging portfolio. We run a slick press office, launching dozens of products a year as well as managing IFA and CES product launches, influencer seeding, reviews and events. Alongside this, our campaigns team create both UK and pan-EMEA work to promote specific Sony products, achieving the tricky balance of media cut-through and in-depth product messaging. In recent times, we’ve captured never-before-seen photography of Icelandic ice caves, highjacked media commentary of 2016’s supermoon with a combination of expert tips and imagery, and created stunning video content involving professional snowboarders and LED suits at Snowbombing festival to promote the XB40 speaker.

American Express

We have worked with American Express since 2015 promoting a plethora of other American Express products and services as well as Small Business Saturday and the Shop Small campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role that small shops play across the country. Last year we celebrated man’s best friend and the all-important Pooch Pound, highlighted the importance of customer loyalty by looking at how far we would travel for our favourite small shops, and tapped into the power of Instagram to communicate our message. Our work with American Express has delivered over 2,500 pieces of coverage, but most importantly, consumer spend in small shops on Small Business Saturday has risen to £623 million (from £546 million) following our campaign in year one again to £717 million in 2016. Not only has this been a massive for the brand and the coverage generated, it has made a tangible difference to the way people shop.

Marie Curie

We started working with Marie Curie last year, helping to launch the annual Great Daffodil Appeal for 2017. Inspiration was easy to find as we delved deeper into the work that the charity, its hospices and nurses do, and working with the in-house team, we created a sustained campaign of UK PR activity throughout March that grew income, support and affinity for Marie Curie. Since then we’ve won some awards off the back of the activity and expanded our remit to Marie Curie’s retained UK agency, working on exciting new briefs and leveraging the Great Daffodil Appeal to create a symbol woven into the fabric of the nation.

Facebook

Hope&Glory is working with Facebook to help ensure that it’s key new products and communities are talked about in all the right ways. More to follow on our first project with the brand which is currently in development.

MAXXIUM UK

We work across MAXXIUM’s portfolio of spirits brands in the UK. So we do consumer and trade campaigns for some of the finest brands in the country – including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Macallan, Highland Park, Auchentoshan, Courvoisier, Bols, Sourz, Famous Grouse, The Ardmore, Laphroaig … the list simply goes on.

MEATliquor

We started working with the lovely people at MEATliquor in January 2017 and it’s safe to say we’ve had an absolute riot. Day-to-day we’re helping to support their restaurants (13 to date including a Deliveroo-only site) through a hardworking press office, ensuring they are being reviewed positively time and time again, and getting their spokespeople front and centre to comment and provide insight on the latest food trends. Alongside launching specials like the pink sparkly Dead Happie burger for Pride, we’ve also had some fun newsjacking too – offering shamed goalkeeper Wayne Shaw a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Mr Black

We’ve been working with the artisan Australian cold-press coffee liqueur, Mr Black since June 2016. Working across the consumer press office and a number of campaign activations, we have been given the welcome task of getting Mr Black into the hands and cocktail glasses of discerning drinkers across the UK. Telling the amazing story behind this relatively new, but rapidly growing, Aussie brand through intensive product placement, a packed features program and targeted news-gen. This year we’ve gone one step further and joined forces with DrinkUp.London – the team behind London Cocktail Week – to unveil the UK’s first espresso martini festival. Putting Mr Black espresso martinis into the hands of cocktail lovers across the capital and generating a healthy pour of awareness of this delicious spirit.

Meantime Brewing

We’ve had the pleasure of working with Meantime Brewing – arguably the UK’s first craft brewer and still London’s finest – pretty much since Hope&Glory started. The team bags results on a day-to-day basis with new product launches, epic media product placement, blogger work and the general running of a super-slick press office. But we also get to do some stand-out work with the brand to help elevate Meantime from the basics. Most notably we created the UK’s smallest pub, the Make Time For It, as the culmination of a year-long through-the-line campaign teaming up with some of the UK’s most talented craftsmen. We also unveiled Meantime Bespoke, the world’s first service offering beer brewed to a specific DNA profile. A test brew, aptly named DNAle, sold out fast with the whole campaign generating international coverage from Germany to the US and beyond.

Cockburns

An iconic name in the world of Port, Cockburn’s produces some of the UK’s favourite Port, including their market-leading ‘Special Reserve’. We helped Cockburn’s celebrate their bicentenary in 2015, an impressive milestone that is testament to the history and heritage of the brand, which came under the full ownership of the Symington Family in 2010. Our main focus is ensuring the prominence of Cockburn’s Special Reserve in the UK market through an ongoing press office with natural spikes at key gifting times like Christmas and Father’s Day. However, along the way we’ve also taken media on press trips to see the Cockburn’s team at work in the Douro Valley and hosted exclusive press tastings of some incredible wines dating as far back as 1863.

Grahams

Graham’s Port, owned by Symington Family Estates, is one of the world’s leading premium Port companies with an impressive history dating back to the early nineteenth century and a Royal Warrant to show for it. We’ve been helping tell their incredible story to the media, launching the extraordinary, 135-year-old ‘Ne Oublie’ Port at an exclusive event hosted by Christie’s, and making the ‘P&T’ (White Port and Tonic) the drink of the moment for millennials through a partnership with Time Out. Our hard-working press office ensures Port is not just for Christmas, punctuating the calendar with tasting events, new product launches and profiling SFE’s charismatic Chairman, Paul Symington.

FIJI Water

We’ve been working with FIJI Water, the world’s most premium water brand, since September 2015 on an integrated comms brief to help grow their share in the bottled water market. An intensive programme led by influencer relations across social channels, we’ve built a great profile for the brand and a large following of fans amongst influential KOL’s across fitness, fashion and epicurean. Having established all of FIJI Water’s social channels in the UK and amassed a considerable following over the past couple of years, we’ve recently been briefed to create global content for the brand, so keep your eyes peeled!

Whole Earth

We’ve been working with Whole Earth since the beginning of 2017. As nut butters are becoming increasingly popular, we want to encourage people to choose Whole Earth for their cupboards and to fuel them throughout their busy days. We have been busy planning creative campaigns for the brand to support new product announcements such as their high energy Power Balls and the brand new Almond Butter. In addition, we also support the brand’s major sponsorships such as England Netball, British Triathlon Federation and the annual Whole Earth Man V Horse race – the world’s toughest cross-country endurance race across 20 miles of Welsh countryside.

Plenish

Plenish is the organic, dairy-free drinks brand with a difference – containing purely natural, healthy ingredients, three times more nuts than its competitors and no nasty additives. Our brief is to raise the profile of its dairy-free nut M*LKs range and delicious cold-pressed cleanses, which are a game-changer for many health and fitness journalists. Since working beginning work with Plenish, the team has seen fantastic coverage in a wide range of consumer lifestyle, national and trade media titles – including Metro Online, The Express, Mail Online, The Grocer and LOOK Magazine. Earlier this year, the team also helped Plenish launch its range of nut M*LKS with a breakfast event at The Ham Yard Hotel, securing a great range of media and influencer attendees and generating plenty of lovely social traction as a result.

MOMA

Hope&Glory started working with MOMA quite recently with to task of raising brand awareness of their delicious on-the-go porridge pots and sachets, bircher mueslis and brand new Greek yoghurt products. We are tapping into the health and fitness and lifestyle media and bloggers ensuring MOMA’s great selection of healthy foods get into the hands of the right people. Also, keep your eyes peeled, because we are also working with them on some larger campaigns focusing on mornings throughout the year.

Everyman Cinemas

We work with the rapidly expanding luxury cinema group, Everyman across their corporate and consumer work. Our remit ranges from handling results announcements and new venue openings to increasing brand awareness. Whether that’s promoting a busy festival and events calendar, or finding ways to engage (and grow) the Everyman community, ensuring they stay close to the brand as it continues to expand across the country. Favourite pieces of work include promoting their French Film Festival with coverage in the Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Harper’s Bazaar and more. Similarly, the Music Film Festival, which saw us host Demetrius Shipp Jnr, star of Tupac: All Eyez on Me, resulted in cracking pieces in the Evening Standard (again) and Time Out. We also re-opened the stunning art deco site at Muswell Hill to media and consumer acclaim.

truTV

We began working with truTV in the summer of 2014, and since launching the “larger than life” channel onto UK TV screens, promoting tru’s stable of weird and wonderful programming ever since. Alongside a hard-working entertainment press office machine, we have activated a series of standout campaigns ranging from the odd to the frankly ridiculous. We kicked things off with a whirlwind media tour for one of the channel’s personalities, the legendary Conan O’Brien, and followed that with ‘Human Tattoo Galleries’ and ‘Ink by Number Celebrities’ experiences to promote Ink Master (think Great British Bake Off with tatts). We also and an all singing all dancing UK ‘Drag-Off’ to promote Ru Paul’s Drag Race – judged by Ru and a host of celebrity guests. Safe to say, there is never a dull moment when it comes to tru.

Cartoon Network

We’ve been working with children’s entertainment channel Cartoon Network since April 2016, helping them with a number of launches to get key shows out of the kids’ media and into the nationals. Most notably we have helped to bring cult favourites The Powerpuff Girls back to British TV screens following a long hiatus. Highlights include a photoshoot in which Charlie XCX seemingly took-flight above the London skyline, and the world’s first ‘Powerpuff Girls Emporium’ – an immersive three-day pop-up fronted by Alesha Dixon featuring make-overs, super-fierce nail bar, a super-villainous Mojo Jojo punchbag, PowerpuffYourself booth, colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors could try experiments.

Boomerang

We have worked on projects for Turner Broadcasting’s children’s classics channel Boomerang since 2015, helping to elevate a new set of classic kids cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes out of the TV pages and into the nationals and lifestyle press. Most notably we worked on the relaunch of Bugs Bunny show Wabbit, with a ‘Squirella Marketing’ campaign with character Squeaks the Squirrel. -Just as mad as it sounds, this involved a new form of ambient advertising by releasing trained squirrels in branded capes into the parks around London.

Final Fantasy XIV

We manage the PR for popular MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) Final Fantasy XIV across the UK and Nordics, and have done so since January 2017. The original mission was to launch their new expansion, Stormblood and generate coverage away from the title’s regular spots in specialist titles. The game is impressive, covering a whole fictional world of Eorzea and has generated a vociferous fanbase. So, as well as a regular games press office (previews, reviews, hands-on, announcements, features etc), we focussed on the weird and wonderful; in-game relationships and marriages, fan culture and cosplay. We put a fat chocobo (a cross between an ostrich and a chicken) on the Southbank and secured over 20 pieces of national coverage including Mail Online, The Express and The Mirror. Fantasy indeed!

HTC Vive

Vive is the world’s most advanced virtual reality system. We have been working with the team there since we shocked media across the globe with an unexpected announcement at Mobile World Congress in 2015. In that time, we have managed a huge number of industry events, worked with The Royal Academy to exhibit the world’s first 3D printed VR artworks, created a live action VR immersive theatre zombie experience, launched VR at Thorpe Park, worked with Bjork to launch a VR album, rotated over 200 review units as well as putting over 300 media through demos at events in our office. That has generated 10+ front pages or covers, 20 pieces of BBC broadcast coverage (over 100 overall), 100+ influencer videos at no cost, and over 15 industry awards including ‘Best VR headset’ and Gadget of the Year’.

SEGA

We work alongside SEGA’s in-house team managing creative campaigns designed to create mainstream coverage. Our first campaign was to help promote Total War: Warhammer, so we invited some of the UK’s most influential media to a motion capture studio, where we got them to suit up, transforming them into Orcs. Cue Orcs dancing to horrendous puns like ‘Orc this way’ and videos of journalists ‘tw’Orc-ing’! In 2017, we were tasked with creating a ‘f*ck yeah’ moment for famed RTS franchise Dawn of War. So, we went back to one of Hope&Glory’s favourite PR pass-times and created something in real life –  the PowerFist. As well as a stylish photo-shoot and promotional video, we invited media to don our giant fist to smash things. We destroyed 25 Barbie Princess dreamhouses, 20 toilets, lots of crockery and quite a few walls, resulting in millions of views, and over 50 pieces of coverage. Smashing.

UNiDAYS

We’ve just started work with the UK’s largest student deals site, UNiDAYS. We’re plotting a comprehensive trade and consumer media campaign – ensuring that they’re front-of-mind for their core audience of university-goers and the brands that want to reach them.

Aqua Sana

Aqua Sana is the luxury spa found in the heart of Center Parcs.  An undiscovered gem for many beauty journalists, our brief is to get the word out.  While the brand previously enjoyed coverage in spa trade titles, the relentless work of the team has seen reviews in the last year appear in the likes of Grazia, Stylist, Fabulous, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Mirror along with a host of other consumer and national publications.  Earlier this year the team helped Aqua Sana launch its new forest bathing concept with a £3 million revamp of the Sherwood Forest spa.  We secured over 20 journalists and influencers to attend the launch day in Nottinghamshire which garnered widespread media and social pick up.

Center Parcs

We have worked with the lovely folk at Center Parcs since early 2016, helping them communicate a message of family and togetherness as well as overcoming some of the misconceptions about the brand.  Our work has covered everything from photographing the release of hedgehogs into Woburn Forest to finding the nation’s most impressive garden treehouse to celebrate new accommodation in Elveden Forest.  More recently we looked at the issue of free time for families, and through a piece of research discovered the nation’s children only have 1 hour 29 minutes a day of free time. So, Center Parcs teamed up with a child psychology expert to figure out just how much free time children should have. With a lot of research and report writing, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for Free Time was born, and incredible print, online and broadcast coverage soon followed.

eDreams

Opodo’s sister brand eDreams is less well known among UK travellers and it’s our mission to land quality coverage to raise the profile of the brand. From revealing which airline hits the top spot for customer satisfaction, to launching a report into travel habits. or finding out how many people think a passenger’s weight should be included in their luggage allowance, we’ve been tapping into the topics people want to hear about, positioning eDreams as a travel industry expert. We’ve also been supporting on the brand’s issue management.

Opodo

We’ve worked with leading online travel agent Opodo for a couple of years now, and we are constantly striving to promote them not only within the travel pages, but also in the news and lifestyle sections too. Along the way we have revealed the top trending holiday destinations, sparked debate as to whether Brits should be allowed to booze on planes and thrown a media party to celebrate Opodo’s 15th birthday.

East Village E20

The former athletes’ village at the Olympic Park in East London is fast-becoming one of the City’s most desirable new neighbourhoods. We’re working with the main property owner (Get Living London) and with the residents, new retailers and everyone else involved to show how E20 could become a new home for thousands of people who want to live in the city …

Get Living London

We’ve been working with Get Living London, the country’s largest private sector rental agent, since 2015. With over 1,000 properties in East Village E20 and more to come in the area (and maybe across the capital) we’re helping position Get Living London as a leading landlord in this highly competitive sector. We work closely with the company, residents and new retailers of East Village to showcase how E20 is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want the perks of living in London without the stress of city life. This includes some frankly quite mad activities like sculpting a Beyoncé from cheese and decorating hipster’s beards with fairy lights.

Mercure

Mercure is one of AccorHotels’ leading midscale brands offering guests a unique experience during every stay. Each Mercure hotel boasts its own style and personality, plus a locally inspired design which reflects the surrounding area. Our brief is to raise the profile of Mercure Hotels within the UK and showcase their ‘Stay Different’ messaging to media across the travel, business, regional and consumer lifestyle sectors. Earlier this year the team helped Mercure to launch a bespoke ‘Local Stories’ event celebrating Jane Austen’s Bicentenary at their 4* Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel, securing a great range of media attendees and generating plenty of great coverage as a result.

Novotel

Appealing to both leisure and business travellers, Novotel has 36 properties dotted around the UK and the team work relentlessly to secure media and influencer review. A busy press office sees the team regularly promoting seasonal offers, like the Novotel 50th Birthday room sale. Over the past year we have supported the launch of two contemporary food and drink lounges in Cardiff and Leeds, as well as helping launch Novotel London Canary Wharf – a hotel that sets a new benchmark for Novotel globally. Through targeted review stays and an exclusive celebrity launch party, we have secured extensive coverage in the likes of Forbes, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, GQ, The Times and The Wharf.

Neat Nutrition

We’re working with new nutrition brand, Neat Nutrition to help launch their range of Protein products onto the market. With a premium positioning, the team at Neat has spent years finding the best ingredients for their range and are now launching it on the world with our help …

STRIPPD

We have been working with premium lifestyle brand STRIPPD since we first launched it to media and influencers in April 2016. The range of clean, lean protein powders and supplements are designed for everyday women to fit into a healthy and balanced lifestyle. After creating the big media launch moment, we’ve since gone on to target a mass female market through creative media relations, proactive pitching and a robust PR strategy establishing STRIPPD as a leading health and wellness brand. This included a high energy #PimpMyProtein event at Core Collective, which helped build brand love through an unforgettable interactive experience. A huge success, the event played a significant part in STRIPPD receiving a certificate of excellence in the In2 SABRE Awards for creating a cult brand. Relentless work by the team has resulted in widespread coverage including: Notebook, Grazia, Women’s Health, Tatler, Glamour and Mail Online.

London Coffee Festival

Earlier this year we had the absolute pleasure of working with London Coffee Festival, the largest gathering of coffee lovers in Western Europe. In the months leading up to the Festival, we used the baristas and brands involved, alongside the founders, to place profiles, expert comment and creative features, resulting in some standout pieces in key lifestyle titles. In addition to this, we used London Coffee Festival’s own data to provide key insights about the coffee market, crafting a story which took them out of the listings and feature pages and straight into news, with the likes of The Times and The Sun covering the story.

Arcelor Mittal Orbit

In 2017, we’ve been lucky enough to be brought in by London Legacy Development Committee to look after The Slide at The ArcelorMittalOrbit – Carsten Höller’s addition to Sir Anish Kapoor’s iconic sculpture in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We’ve been working hard to promote The Slide as a must-visit destination for thrill-seekers in London, most recently launching the world’s first ice scream specifically developed to trigger a rush of adrenaline. For one day only, sliders could indulge in one of these “Ice Screams” before they undertook the 40-second descent of the slide, making for an even bigger buzz.

Isle of Man Tourism

Isle of Man Tourism was one of our first ever clients at Hope&Glory, so it holds a special place in our hearts. Over the last five years we’ve been working to promote the Island’s breath-taking beauty by organising press trips and placing features – as well as some top-quality news generation along the way. We’ve worked with Ray Mears, we’ve created some spectacular stone balancing land-art, we’ve even issued pictures of real life basking sharks and wild wallabies. Safe to say, we’ve had an absolute blast working with this beautiful little Island.

AnyVan

We work with not your usual, run-of-the-mill van hire company, AnyVan, to help promote the brand through national news. Our work for the brand, which is one of the biggest removals businesses in the country all-told, has seen us take a national media stage to comment on the fact that young people will live in fewer homes in a lifetime than their parents – or their grandparents. We’ve helped create AnyVan Box Fort kits to help keep kids occupied while on the move and we’ve got bags more news generation in the pipeline. Who knew vans could be a great category to work in?

RealD

RealD’s mission is to perfect the visual experience on every screen and every device around the world. They are the world’s leading developers of display technologies that unleash the power of moving images and the incredible stories they tell. As pioneers in the world of 3D, we’re helping RealD to promote the unique experiences they offer, helping to develop the narrative around their new technologies and bringing to life the magic that a 3D cinema experience can offer. This has largely been through movie-based activity such as the Star Wars: Rogue One London treasure hunt, two successful experiments with children and adults showcasing the physiological benefits of 3D movie watching, and hosting the first ever rooftop 3D screening in partnership with Rooftop Film Club.

Great British Racing

We have recently started working with Great British Racing, horse racing’s official marketing and promotional body, on their #StirrUpSummer campaign. The brief was to promote the great experience under 18’s can enjoy at the races with their family. The team has spent the first year building a new website, focused on creating engaging content, as well securing a host of traditional and social media coverage through creative campaigns. This included working with hip hop duo Reggie and Bollie who put their own spin on horse commentary, and with YouTube star Caspar Lee to design the first ever horse trainers.

NCP

NCP is one of our growing number of B2B clients – because we always think that variety is the spice of life. We’re helping the brand to reposition in the trade and business media and to tell its story of development from car park operators to full-service parking retail, marketing and management brand. We’re doing all you’d expect from a full-service PR team including working on getting their CEO out and about in front of the right media, running a full-on features programme and press office, hosting events with the great and the good across a range of industries and hitting the major speaker events too.

Guinness World Records

We’re working with Guinness World Records on a stunt and experience to help promote their Amazing Animals book. It’ll be fun. Watch this space in October to find out more.

NOW TV

We’ve just earned a place on the NOW TV roster working on creative campaigns for the latest shows in their blockbuster calendar of amazing telly. NOW TV is Sky’s on demand streaming service and brings together the best film, entertainment, box sets, sport and kids shows from around the world – as well as from the Sky stable. So we are going to have plenty to work with.

IMG Events

IMG has been a client of Hope&Glory for the last two years. It’s enabled the team to work across some of the most popular mass participation events in the UK, including the The Color Run, the Blenheim Triathlon, and the largest triathlon in the world, the London Triathlon. With the main goal of building general awareness and driving people to sign-up to the respective events, we have delivered and continue to deliver creative campaigns and influencer activity, bringing to life the events and sponsorships, alongside day-to-day press office work, achieving cut through on both traditional and social media.

AJ Bell London Triathlon

One of the premier events in the global triathlon calendar, we’ve promoted the AJ Bell London Triathlon for the last two years, ensuring that it maintains its position in an increasingly competitive landscape.

The Color Run

The Color Run is the most colourful 5km run on the planet. And with events across the summer across the country, we help to ensure that it stays that way. From hard-working listings coverage to picture stories and from brand campaigns to influencer activation, we ensure that each of the seasons races is being talked about throughout the media – both traditional and social.

 

Caravan Coffee Roasters

One of brand new clients, we started working with Caravan Coffee Roasters in the summer of 2017 and as coffee fans, we’re enjoying every moment of it. We run a day-to-day press office focusing on the speciality coffee side of the business, championing it to consumers and trade, coffee connoisseurs and novices alike. We are also furiously planning some exciting upcoming projects which will unveil the next stage of the Caravan Coffee Roasters journey.