A recent office clear-up unearthed some ‘retro’ books by some true advertising legends – John Hegarty David Ogilvy and Leo Burnett. These have been added to the RLH resource library and still merit a read today to gain an insight into the ‘Mad Men’ era of advertising before the digital age.
The four letters everyone has been dreading this year, but something we as an Agency have taken very seriously to ensure our clients, suppliers and employees can be sure we are serious about data protection. We started the process last year, when May 2018 seemed a long way off, but those months were needed to ensure we fully grasped what the regulations entailed, reviewed our cyber security and obtained the guidance we needed to protect any sensitive data we may hold. Whils
Here at RLH we won’t say no to a biscuit or chocolate at any time of the day; life is too short! Saying that, many of us have started to get healthier. Whether that’s trying to drink four litres of water a day, going for a swim or cycle before work or having a personal training session at the end of the week. We’re all seeing the benefits of being more awake in the mornings and having more energy; especially after our morning coffees! It’s a well-known fact that exercise is n
There is a big difference from learning marketing skills in a lecture at university and putting them into practice in an office, but I was told that is the best way to learn. I am a second-year student studying Marketing Management with a placement year at Manchester Metropolitan University. During my second year, one of the units was ‘Agency Life’ where groups of us had a real client and creative brief and over the year, we became our own agency. This gave me a glimpse as to