Our Work…

Nyman Libson Paul

Chartered accountants specialising in the film and entertainment industry

Helping Nyman Libson Paul – or as we like to call them the Bond accountants as they have worked on every Bond film there’s ever been – earn the limelight they deserve. The firm was founded in 1933 by Nyman Libson, accountant to the stars, pictured here singing with Danny Kaye and Bing Crosby on the set of White Christmas. Now that’s the way to do business!


Regent Street Motor Show

The world's largest free to see motor show

Helping to drive awareness of the Regent Street Motor Show, the world’s largest free to see motor show, among car enthusiasts in London and the Home Counties. London’s world famous Regent Street closes to traffic to make way for 300 cars from three centuries.

Comic Relief

The charity behind Red Nose Day and Sport Relief

Media and crisis training for the PR team at Comic Relief.


Building society

Media coaching for the PR team at Nationwide’s HQ in Swindon.


One of the UK's leading energy suppliers and the second largest electricity generator in the UK.

Helping E.ON UK to understand the media – and reputational – value of its sponsorship of the FA Cup.

Strauss Water

Makers of the T6 Water Dispenser

Launch of the T6 Water dispenser into the domestic consumer and small to mid-sized business market in the UK. Traffic to the website quadrupled in six months, matched by exponential sales growth and interest from celebrities such as Jamie Oliver and Take That.

The T6 on TV – see how it was featured on the BBC’s Something for the Weekend show


Towcester Beer Festival

Guest ales, ciders, bands and family fun

Pro bono project to market the second Towcester Beer Festival, an annual event to raise funds for Towcester Rugby Club. A targeted mix of social marketing, social and real-time PR, and traditional marketing and media relations generated so much interest that the beer festival sold all 2,880 pints of real ale and 792 pints of cider, and the rugby club bar ran dry an hour before close.