In the news
Brands who still think social media is reserved for young people are as outdated as MySpace
Our head of Social & Content Emily Knox has written about the rising tide of influencers aged 50+ for Media Post. Why Brands Should Re-Think Their Influencer Marketing Strategies
2019 reflections and predictions for German programmatic
Thorsten Nolte, Managing Director of Tug’s Berlin office, has shared his insights on the programmatic industry in ExchangeWire alongside other industry experts. Read more below. The German Programmatic & Martech Industry in 2019: Predictions and Reflections
DMEXCO 2019: Cookies, Trust, and Emerging Channels
Our CEO Nick Beck shares his insights from this year’s DMEXCO event. He was particularly interested in the emergence of voice technology and how this will change digital marketing in the future. Read the article here.
NOBLEOAK BRINGS THE NOBILITY BACK TO LIFE INSURANCE IN LATEST CAMPAIGN VIA MR WOLF
Tug Sydney’s client NobleOak has launched a new campaign adding a touch of nobility and humour to the often straight-laced and opaque life cover category. Read all about it here.
Tug accepted onto the Mayor’s International Business Programme
We’re super excited to announce that Tug has been accepted onto Cohort 14 of the Mayor’s International Business Programme (MIBP). The initiative is run by London & Partners and offers mentoring, expert advice and real business opportunities for high growth companies interested in expanding overseas.
A day in the life of… Emily Knox, Head of Social & Content
No two days are the same at Tug agency, as our head of social & content Emily Knox attests in her interview for Econsultancy. Find out what a day in the Tug London office looks like from Emily’s perspective.