Road Traffic Solutions’ new website gets the green light

Road Traffic Solutions provides a wide range of solutions supporting traffic management and event management industries. Fig had worked with RTS following a recommendation during their tenth year in business, which they’d celebrated with a refresh of their branding and customer brochures, so when the company needed to improve their web presence, they once again... Read more »

Road Traffic Solutions’ new website gets the green light

Road Traffic Solutions provides a wide range of solutions supporting traffic management and event management industries. Fig had worked with RTS following a recommendation during their tenth year in business, which they’d celebrated with a refresh of their branding and customer brochures, so when the company needed to improve their web presence, they once again... Read more »

Ninja Campaign is a Great Concept for CFP

We’ve been having way too much fun here at Fig Creative the past few months and it’s all thanks to our new marketing partner Concept Filter Products! Based in Stockport, and with an impressive client list including M&S, Harrods, Nandos, Cineworld and many more, CFP provides a filter management service across the UK. They know... Read more »

Fig’s Ice Men campaign shortlisted for Prolific North marketing award

We’re delighted to hear that Fig has been shortlisted for a Prolific North Award within the B2B Marketing/Integrated communications campaign category in recognition of our strategic ongoing campaign work with leading air-conditioning distributor TF Solutions. The integrated ‘Ice Men’ campaign, which includes a series of profile-raising initiatives including trade print advertisements, emailshots, PR and internal... Read more »

Fig helps create excellence for Create Excellence

David and Louise Pearce, a married couple from the High Peak had been into Fig in the summer of 2014 for an order of service for their son’s wedding, and were so thrilled with the quality of both the print and the service, that when they were ready to set up their own business, they... Read more »

Is Google+ dead?

The winds of change have blown once more at Google’s Calfornian HQ. As well as the recent announcement that non-responsive websites will begin to be penalised within Google searches, there’s also been talk of the suspected demise of the ‘social media site that never was’, Google+. Google+ launched in June 2011 and has struggled with... Read more »

Where did my artistic side come from?

My thoughts turned to family history over the weekend and what traits we have inherited from our nearest and dearest. I have always know that my creative side came from my Dad’s side of the family. My Dad was never very artistic, though I am sure creative accountants are much sought after, it was his... Read more »

Getting back to PR basics

In our last blog the changing face of PR we looked at how the explosion of digital publishing has expanded the horizons of PR possibility thanks to the increasing number of blogs, online magazines and websites, not to mention the opportunity to share stories quickly and easily with the click of a button on social media.... Read more »

The changing face of PR

It’s no secret that ‘traditional’ PR has gone through a period of significant change over the past few years. Methods of delivering press releases and media packs to journalists via post or fax are long gone, and it’s hard to imagine sending images on a transparency slide, not to mention measuring column inches with a... Read more »

We’re all flipping out over Pancake Day

Here at Fig HQ, we don’t need an excuse to get excited over food, so today there’s even higher levels of excitement than normal. We flipping love Pancake Day! Our Marketing Partners Cottage Delight were mentioned this week in one of Fed Up & Drunk’s blogs which we were delighted about (and trust us, that pancake recipe... Read more »