Taylor Herring

We’re known for eye-catching, fame-driving campaigns that capture the imagination of the press and public alike - seizing column inches, news airtime and social trending topics. We’re always looking to sharpen our offering, never resting on our laurels - as proven by showing up in more shortlists than any other agency in the 2022 PR Week Awards. Not ones to stay in our lane, we excelled in channels that few PR agencies dare to explore. We hit the top of the classical music charts with Paddy Power, held the government to account with Quorn’s ‘no more porkies’ ad, turned a beach into a billboard for Apple TV+, dominated Twitter trends for days by banishing Bounty from the Celebrations tub and turned Westfield shopping centre into a Switch Sports stadium for Nintendo. We’re celebrating an incredible year of growth and are proud to know it came from some of our best ever work that was defined by category-shaking creativity. And we did all this whilst doubling down on our promise to prioritise our people and as such have a staff retention rate of 89.3% (industry average 69.9%).