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RONIN is now proud sponsor of local hockey club, New Beccehamian, allowing the Beckenham-based sports club to increase its men’s section from three to four teams. The new side, which plays in the Kent Open League, is for the development of young players aged 13...

In this day and age when Direct Marketing is deployed by almost all organisations and those on the receiving end tend to feel bombarded by advertising and sales pitches wherever they turn, effective Direct Marketing has become something of an art form. Not only must...

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new website design, for South London property developer, Skillcrown Homes, based in Bromley, Kent. The new look website has been designed to optimise user experience. With easy navigation, detailed descriptions of services and an impressive image gallery...

In today’s hyper-connected digital world, where attention spans are short and every Tom, Dick and Harry is a self-confessed online publisher, getting yourself noticed and creating the right impression is no mean feat. Having a great website, creating a personality for your business on social...

We’ve been analysing our performance and how we do things here at RONIN – as all companies do - and it got us thinking: what makes a great creative communications agency? For any of our clients, or anyone that employs an external agency, whether it is for...

When it comes to social networking, you can’t just set up an account and watch the followers roll in, unless of course you are Katy Perry or someone impersonating the Queen. Even then, if people are willing to take the time to read your content,...

One of the most talked about phrases in marketing at the moment is ‘content marketing’. The concept has many aliases from ‘custom publishing’ to ‘customer media’ to ‘branded content’, but the recent rebranding of customer publishing trade body, the Association of Publishing Agencies (APA) to...

Here in the RONIN office, we’re all getting rather giddy for the imminent weekend of Jubilee frivolity and celebrations, where, in true British fashion, disposable BBQs have been panic-bought, themed plastic cups purchased, ciders are chilling in the fridge and the forecast is set to...

As I made my way back from The Business Show, in ExCel, this afternoon, the enormity with which the digital landscape has changed the way we fundamentally communicate, really dawned on me. Something, which Google’s Adam Engelhardt, highlighted in his presentation this morning: “Awareness, search and...

Whilst doing some work for a client the other day on supply chain management, something I expected to be quite unrelated to my role in marketing and PR, I was surprised to find some of the messages really struck a chord. So much so, I...