We can’t quite explain the excitement that each of us feels when we land a piece of awesome coverage – whether it’s in a trade mag, a traditional broadsheet or on a cool digital site. The thrill is real, which is why securing our clients a spot in their desired publication is something that we will always pride ourselves on.
Scriba HQ was a hive of activity in October — as we welcomed yet another new recruit in the form of digital account executive, Katie Hopkins, made exciting 2021 plans for our assorted clients and, stayed determinedly positive while packing our bags in preparation for a month of remote working and ‘lockdown 2.0’.
So, to celebrate another successful Scriba month, here’s a collection of clippings that the crew is particularly proud of.
To kick things off, we are thrilled to announce we’ve been listed as a Prolific North Top 50 PR agency!
Prolific North, the region’s leading platform for PR and marketing news, has chalked us up in 38th place (that’s a jump of 10 spots from 2019) – and the only Huddersfield agency on the list.
The role social value plays in public sector procurement has long been a debated topic among businesses, local authorities and central Government – and in the current climate, its pertinence is arguably greater than ever.
Mark Gair, MD of CDS, and Fergus Bailie, CEO of the Bailie Group, gave their opinions on public sector procurement, and how it can enhance the social, economic and environmental welfare of a community.
In an effort to pursue the company’s zero waste ambitions, Geocycle LLC uses an Untha XR mobli-e waste shredder to produce refuse-derived fuel.
As part of the group’s aggressive growth strategy, which it unveiled last month, its comms, content and BPO agency CDS has bought customer behavioural research company SimpleUsability to bolster its insight offering.
A company whose software helps organisations to make sense of three trillion pieces of communications data a year has defied the pandemic to see earnings grow 15 per cent in 2020.
Yes, it’s us again, but our firm is targeting its biggest year yet – with 17 client wins and key hire
We recently announced our triumph with 32 days of additional client work per month, appointment of Kirstie Wilson as account manager and search for an additional digital-focused role.
Family-owned communication specialist The Baird Group has revealed a fresh identity and a completely new name, as the 158-year-old firm eyes a £20 million rise in turnover, by the end of 2021. Paul Andrews, of family business united fame, spoke to second generation Group CEO Fergus Bailie to find out more.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has revealed the names of the business leaders shortlisted for its 2020 Director of the Year Awards. And Gary Moore is in the running for ‘SME Director of the Year’.
The finalists are drawn from across Yorkshire and the North East and represent the full spectrum and diversity of business and industry, from young entrepreneurs to experienced public and private sector leaders.
Big data. For many of us, it’s one of those buzzwords that is overused, but not understood.
And yet, workplace analytics represents a crucial part of the puzzle for any company that’s committed to fostering a collaborative culture and creating a team that’s driven to deliver the best service for its customers.
Caroline Lewis – sales director at workplace data analytics business Tiger – explores the power of insight in driving employee engagement and a positive office environment.
Pete Byrne, founder and CEO of employment law firm and ER technology business ESPHR, delves into the traditional relationship between HR departments and employment law teams – and what the missing ‘spark’ could be to ensure true wedded bliss.
In this new opinion series, The Drum asked their readers – from brands, agencies and everything in between – for their advice on a real problem facing today’s marketing practitioners.
Stephen Knight, founder of Pimento Agency, shared his advice for maintaining healthy and happy client relationships in the current climate.
Leeds-based firm, Pure Technology, announced its mission to provide access to analytics software Hudl and new laptops to sporting organisation as part of a joint venture.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our scrapbook of successes this month, head over to our press room to discover more news and developments from our varied client base.