We aim to change the way companies communicate with their customers so they can build long-lasting, loyal relationships and be more successful. We do this using a smart mix of personalisation techniques and technology to create engaging printed communications and products. 

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Personalised Marketing

We give you the means to send personalised and relevant communications to your customers.

Accurate data-driven personalisation to your customers demonstrates a level of knowledge, while effective message personalisation demonstrates a level of care. Ultimately helping you build better relationships with your customers.

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Personalised Products (POD)

We also specialise in the 'print on demand' of personalised products and promotions.

Using automated systems and API's, we produce personalised products in as little as 2 hours from order. Lean-manufacturing and 24/7 real-time order tracking ensure processes are visible, service and quality are guaranteed and, most critically, customers’ expectations are exceeded.


Mind Candy New brand Petlandia

Nifty tech allows pet lovers to create impossibly cute caricatures of their beloved companions. ‘Petlandiafied’ pets can then go on a heartwarming adventure in a beautifully illustrated personalised storybook.
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We take pride in delivering personalisation and engaging experiences for clients all over the world.
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Customer journeys, travel and the buying process

Customer journeys, travel and the buying process

Award-winning comedy, dance and marketing all have one thing in common…perfect timing. You may have the funniest gags, throw the funkiest shapes, or design the most engaging creative, but there’s no prizes if you get the delivery timing wrong. Marketers in the travel industry know this better than most; successful ones have been analysing the customer journey to find ways to touch and engage with them how and, critically, when it matters.

Self-service – speed and convenience vs customer experience

Self-service – speed and convenience vs customer experience

“Unexpected item in bagging area.” Five words to trigger fury in any supermarket shopper. Like most self-service options made possible by technology it’s brilliant when it works. But when it doesn’t, how we curse this particular brand of “progress”. While virtually all sectors have embraced it, some with more success than others. Those that win do so by enhancing the customer experience, those that don’t leave their customers feeling short-changed and exploited.

Why “Marketing to Millennials” won’t work

Why “Marketing to Millennials” won’t work

I was recently asked to talk about “Marketing to Millennials” at an event. I was happy to. Easy, I thought. After all, there’s hardly been a more talked-about, written-about (perhaps even complained-about!) generation; all of which should have provided a wealth of material for me. As I set to work on my presentation though I became less convinced.