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Proximo Spirits

Proximo Spirits
Proximo’s portfolio of premium spirits consists of world class brands across a number of different countries. Translated as “Next” in Spanish, Proximo is a leader in innovative marketing of high end Spirits Brands Worldwide

Media Campaign was appointed to launch Kraken Black Spiced Rum into the UK. Building on its success in the States as […]

Bradford Exchange

Media Campaign won the Media Planning and Buying account from a well-known Network Agency in January 2014.

Bradford Exchange was spending circa £4m per year on press and TV advertising.

Within three months of being appointed, the Media Campaign team had developed a close working partnership with Bradford Exchange and reduced the Cost Per Acquisition by 20%, […]

National Accident Helpline

In 1993, National Accident Helpline National Accident Helpline was the first personal intermediary operating in the UK market.

Media Campaign was selected to grow the brand strategy and the go-to-market campaign due to our proven track record of working in the financial services market sector and track record for achieving growth.

Our strategy was to deploy a pilot […]

Uniform Dating

Uniform Dating – Media Campaign – Quick Growth Case Study

Uniform Dating was dating site set up by an Ex London Police Officer for uniformed personnel who are often in shift work and unable to meet people for dates.

The site had been advertising for 2 years on Television with spends of around £30,000 per month, but […]

Experian – Credit Expert

Experian were known as the Global leader in corporate credit checks.

Media Campaign worked with their team to launch Credit Expert in the UK, a consumer based credit reference service.
Our start point was to implement a small satellite DRTV initiative.

The success of this media allowed us the broaden the spend to encompass terrestrial daytime channels and […]

Aldi

When Aldi launched their brand into the UK, the concept of discount supermarkets with foreign ownership was alien to the UK consumer. We were more familiar with the high street propositions of KwikSave, Tesco, Co-Op and Sainsbury.

Delivering incredibly priced, high quality products on a daily basis they pre dated Lidl as the first discount quality […]