GE Oil and Gas. One of the world’s most respected brands was one of our very first clients. So far we’ve helped out with narrative and strategy projects, run training courses and, of course, created high-quality content for their channels.

Pirelli. We keep the rubber on the road on a daily basis for tyre maker Pirelli. We support their brand newsroom, write their annual reports and generally tie all the editorial output together.

Temenos. Banking software company Temenos asked us to help build a content marketing strategy from scratch. Together we’ve seen a trebling of audience, plus they’ve taken the number one share of voice online in their sector.

Financial Times. Quite understandably we’re very proud of our partnership with the FT, the world’s business newspaper. We help it to shape and activate native advertising programmes for clients.

Deutsche Bank. Not all audiences are external. For Europe’s leading investment bank we’ve done a lot of thinking around employee engagement. We’ve created fabulous looking PowerPoint ‘decks’ for internal consumption and crafted executive speeches.

Intesa Sanpaolo. We help Italy’s largest retail bank to tell its story to the English speaking world, running the editorial programme for their English website, Facebook page and other publications.

CNH. One of the world’s largest capital goods companies that has in its stable agricultural and construction equipment brands such as Case and New Holland and truck and bus manufacturer Iveco. It has quite a range of stories to tell which we do via web content and reports.

Chelsea Apps Factory. CAF is the UK’s fastest growing mobile organisation. It understands how important great content is when it comes to building business. So that’s what we give them.

Seas. A small, extremely innovative tech company in Lugano that represents the future of clean, sustainable water supply in challenging environments. The company required a small, extremely innovative content company in London for sales and marketing collateral.

Business in the Community. BITC is the Prince of Wales’s business-led charity that every year offers a range of practical ways for businesses to work together to tackle some of the key issues facing society. Since 2015, we’ve helped BITC tell the story of how it does so.