It’s been a little over 17 years since BIG Partnership set sail into the world of PR, and we’ve seen a ton of change in that time. Like most teenagers, image and identity are important to us (thankfully we’ve outgrown the acne), so we thought it was about time that we had a bit of a makeover. OK, it’s looo-hooong overdue but, y’know, we’ve been busy with clients and stuff.
So… ta-da! Here it is. We’re pretty chuffed with our new website and brand identity, for which the enthusiastic props must go to Lee Wood, our creative advisor & designer.
Keep an eye on our new website for BIG Partnership news, blogs and updates on our work with clients; the updated site means we can easily add new things all the time as our adventures continue.
The idea behind the update (beyond it being well overdue) is to allow us to more effectively communicate the broad range of work we do for our clients every day. We started as a media relations business, but over the last 10 years we’ve been growing our digital and social media capability. Now our digital team accounts for more than a third of our total headcount, and it’s growing all the time. We also work across a range of specialist marketing disciplines, so we can truly consider ourselves a diverse marketing communications business.
We’ve also branched out beyond our Scottish homeland, to open an office in Manchester. In May last year we set up shop in the north west, and to be quite honest we can’t get enough of the place. As well as making some great friends in the city, we’ve been lucky enough to win some awesome new clients. We’re now looking at our second office move in the space of a year, as our Manchester team grows, and as we develop our UK reach. Watch this space for more on that soon.
The rationale aside, we love the new us (yes, yes, we know: self-praise is no praise at all) – but it’d be great to hear your thoughts.
A huge thank you to all of our clients, past and present, for supporting us as we’ve grown. Get in touch if you want to tell us what you think of the new look – unless you don’t like it, in which case just tell us that you do. Lee’s had a hard-enough time making us all happy.