We use our unique combination of tech, automotive and human expertise to determine the needs and wants of the target audience. Armed with that, we help clients communicate their innovation in a language that the target audience understands.
Over 25 years delivering expertly engineered, results-driven campaigns has made us one of the UK’s leading PR and Social Media providers for the automotive industry. Clients past and present include Avis, Volvo, Nissan, Peugeot and Hyundai.
With an encyclopedic working knowledge of pharmaceutical industry rules and regulations, we create dynamic, intuitive and engaging PR strategies and social media campaigns that tick every box without compromise on creativity.
With over 50 years combined industry knowledge and experience, our skilled in house team of copywriters and designers create targeted marketing materials with freshness and fizz, from white papers to glossy brochures and websites.
I love Instagram, I’m on it every single day! If I’m not on it personally… I’m working on it for our clients. I am a visually creative person and one of my key roles at Nobull is optimising all our commercial Instagram accounts. Instagram is an incredibly powerful social media channel that allows businesses to be inspirational but strategic, it is also a stage for bloggers and influencers, a place for advertising business and a place of leisure for many. Here are my five top tips for approaching Instagram, these tips have been utilised by Nobull and have led to an 854% increase in engagement year on year.
The Business Travel Show 2018 (BTS) at Olympia was bigger and better, playing host to 7,500 buyers and suppliers. Alongside these were 260 leading suppliers showcasing their travel solutions, innovations and start-ups and visitors had access to 60 conference sessions with 120 expert speakers and seven conference streams.
Only a few weeks ago we were bemoaning the state of 4G connectivity in the UK, I never expected that divine intervention in such matters would be quite so fast. It would seem that following a meeting late last year the UK government, (the one we gave a bit of a telling off about mobile blackspots and not-spots), has signed a deal with the Church of England that will allow the mobile network providers to install network antennas in church spires across the country.