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  • 14 June 2021

New work: Art Without Walls

CAMPARI has joined forces with Affordable Art Fair, to launch Art Without Walls, the UK’s largest outdoor art gallery – covering the streets of East London for two weeks from 14 June 2021, with vibrant art to support artists, independent galleries and inspire the nation.

CAMPARI brings to life its long-standing relationship with the arts in this new, evocative campaign headed up by 3 Monkeys Zeno, transforming its out-of-home advertising space into the UK’s largest outdoor art gallery.

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  • 9 June 2021

New Work: The Lunark Mission

We are thrilled to present an exciting project we recently worked on with Lenovo, working with them and SAGA Space Architects to create this inspiring video that tells the story of this unique partnership.

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  • 9 June 2021

New blog: Economic Recovery: Moving into a Cautiously Optimistic British Summer

The British public has now had a few weeks of appreciating the luxury of several new-found freedoms. We can now socialise indoors, hug our loved ones (using an adapted hugging technique from the latest Government guidance) and jet off to a select number of approved countries.

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  • 23 April 2021

Out Of The Shadows And Into The C-suite: Mental Health And The Workplace

Once relegated exclusively to whispers in the hallway far away from the boss, mental health has become one of the most pressing issues for CEOs and their leaders to address, as broader movements to bring such conversations to the mainstream have grown.

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  • 16 April 2021

New work: Aperol Spritz, Together Again

To celebrate the reopening of hospitality in the UK and to encourage reconnections after lockdown we worked with Aperol on a campaign to offer up to 100,000 Aperol Spritz on the house.

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  • 29 March 2021

New blog: How comms professionals can create positive social and environmental change

There’s never been a better time to have a cause that you’re passionate about while working in PR. Over the past year we’ve seen a range of environmental and social issues play out that have sparked debate, dialogue and protest.

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  • 15 March 2021

New blog: Viral news: Covid-19 and the media, one year on

At one minute to midnight on 30 December 2019, Marjorie Pollack posted an update to ProMed, an online service that identifies unusual health events around the world.

She was requesting more information about an undiagnosed pneumonia that had been found in Wuhan, China, following a tip-off from a contact in Taiwan, who had seen chatter circulating on Chinese social media about the possible return of Sars.

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  • 15 March 2021

New work: PensionBee

On the run up to the Chancellor’s Budget announcement, we worked with PensionBee to pitch out expert commentary from their CEO, Romi Savova around issues affecting the pensions industry. Romi was interviewed on Sky News Ian King Live and Jazz FM discussing her views on proposed Chancellor plans to freeze the lifetime allowance for pensions and how this would impact consumers. The team also secured commentary from Romi in several national outlets, including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, The Daily Express and MSN Money resulting in a total of 23 pieces of coverage and a total reach of 668M.

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  • 11 March 2021

New blog: One year on, what next?

It is almost one year since our “normal” was turned upside down when COVID-19 hit us.

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  • 10 March 2021

New work: Budweiser Brewing Group - Brewery Investment

In March we worked with Budweiser Brewing Group to announce its investment of over £115m in UK breweries as part of our Q1 Economic Resilience campaign. Positioning it as corporate storytelling exercise to show key stakeholders how the client is driving the industry’s COVID-19 economic recovery, we delivered widespread national, regional, trade, and broadcast coverage, in both print and online media.

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