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Social Marketing

Social marketing


Our small, but perfectly formed, in-house creative communications team specialise in creating credible and creative public health campaigns, publications and resources, focused on alcohol and drugs, for services and organisations who engage with communities and individuals affected by substance misuse.

We relish getting our teeth into smaller substance awareness and resources, as much as the larger multi-component campaign and projects we create, a selection of which you can see below.

In fact you could call us the Jedi Knights of creative thinking, tight deadlines and ‘austerity’ budgets, so if we can help you turn your fiscal darkness into light, call us on 0151 703 2317 or email us for more details of how we can help you.





 

Picture of Scarborough Alcohol Campaign
Alcohol awareness and advice campaign aimed at people who drink at home, younger people who pre-load before going out and drinkers with families.
Picture of Vale Royal Community Forum Local Strategic Partnership
Alcohol awareness campaign for Vale Royal Community Forum Local Strategic Partnership
Picture of Dudley Primary Care Trust
A social marketing campaign aimed at reducing alcohol related hospital admissions in Dudley.
Picture of Liverpool John Moores University - Club Health Conference 2010
Identity and branding for the 2010 club health conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
Picture of The Armistead Centre
Information poster to advertise free Mephedrone workshop for the Armistead Centre in Liverpool.
Picture of Cheshire Constabulary
Drug driving social marketing campaign for Arc Angel/Cheshire Constabulary
Picture of International Harm reduction Association
Re-brand and design of IHRAs corporate identity.
Picture of Spiral Drug Education
Re-design and layout of the Spiral Developmental Drug Education Programme, for use with groups of young people in schools, youth clubs and other settings.