Digital Account Director Simi Gill takes a look at Google Analytics 4 and the key features ensuring data privacy.
In this episode, Niki, Charley and Christian sit down to discuss whether every organisation needs a brand purpose and their advice when it comes to communicating an authentic ‘why’.
This week, Digital Account Executive Jordan Naghten shares some further insight into the story and why it is still continuing to raise eyebrows amongst the public.
We are thrilled to be awarded Best Independent Media Strategy and Planning Agency at the Business Elite Awards 2022.
This week, Senior Digital Account Executive Maria Tudor shares a no-nonsense guide for those looking to start out in the digital marketing world.
Following a remarkable year of growth in 2021, TKF is celebrating its continued new business success.
In this pilot episode, Rik, Niki and Christian sit down to unpack the IPA’s aptly-named Making Sense report and what this means for marketers in today’s climate.
To celebrate #IWD22 , we’re proud to announce the launch of our all-agency women’s network, Female Flyers.
In her monthly series with Mediatel, Director of Search Niki Grant shares part two of her guide for performance planning in 2022.
Today, on National Anti-Click-Through Rate Day, Senior Digital Account Executive Maria Tudor shares why CTR isn’t a measure for campaign effectiveness, as featured in IAB UK.
This week, we take a look at consumer spending and what to expect as we begin the countdown to Christmas Day.
As travel rules continue to return to a new normal, we take a look at what this could mean for marketeers in 2022.
This week, as the COP26 global climate conference continues, we take a look at some recent client campaigns helping to raise awareness of the urgent issue of the climate crisis.
Founder Mike Colling joins Jayne George and Adrian Sargeant to discuss fundraising in 2021 in the lead up to their new book release.
Effectiveness lessons from BoJo’s boo-boos: How the multiple-media effect helped cut through the PM’s ‘Stay Alert’ confusion.