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Sport is watched and loved by millions around the world. Nothing has the same ability to draw a crowd, captivate an audience and provide unexpected drama. The extent of sporting coverage has meant it is one of the best vehicles for sponsorship and marketing –...

There are around 152 million blogs, and that number is growing every day. Not only has blogging evolved into a popular pastime, but it has also become integral to many company websites. My first experience of blogging came when school friends went travelling off to far...

Trust. What does it mean? It’s defined as a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone or something. Seemingly straightforward. We all know trust is an important foundation for any relationship, but in reality its role can be quite perplexing, especially...

RONIN is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website for AWH Consultancy: www.awhconsultancy.co.uk The website is part of the branding project conducted by RONIN for the newly-established consultancy firm. Complete with a slick new logo and matching stationery, the company is now all-set...

We are only in the second month of the year, but already some clear marketing trends are emerging for 2013. It seems marketers fears of ‘Empty13’ are unfounded after all, as events such as the Six Nations, Coronation Festival and Royal baby are all generating...

RONIN Director, Steve Lipscombe, this week features in the Bromley Times, providing his expert opinion on the controversial re-branding of local shopping centre, the Glades. Whilst renaming to 'Intu' has been met with fairly negative public opinion, Steve reasons that branding is not just about...

I was interviewed this week by a local newspaper. A journalist from the Bromley Times contacted me to ask my views on the renaming of the town centre shopping mall. A story had broken a few days earlier that The Glades was to become known...

Fussy design is out. Excessive words are over. Complicated Marketing is so last year. Simplicity is in. With 3,000 tweets per second, more than 1.5 million photos uploaded to Flickr everyday and an average 81 days per year spent checking emails, it’s no wonder consumers are...