Thoughts. We have them.

Sometimes we write them down…

Why we must all channel our inner editor

Why we must all channel our inner editor

While reading a book on the eccentric lives of the 1950s advertising execs that inspired the hit HBO TV show Mad Men, I read a quote which really made me stop and think.

How to use awareness days on social media

How to use awareness days on social media

Awareness days, weeks or months can be a good place to start when looking for social media content ideas, and they can even become an important part of your yearly social media strategy, helping to reach new audiences and increase engagement.

Why flexibility matters

Why flexibility matters

I’m a working mam. With just one little boy, I’m not juggling multiple kids like some working-parents, and I’m aware millions of people manage this feat every day, but there’s no mistaking, it’s not as easy as it may seem. And just because people manage it doesn’t mean it is…

Creo Comms appoints agency manager

Creo Comms appoints agency manager

Sunderland-based communication consultancy Creo Comms has appointed a new agency manager to help drive forward the growth of the business, after seeing increased demand for its services.

Creo Comms expands its team

Creo Comms expands its team

Growing comms and creative agency, Creo Comms, which recently moved to a new office on Foyle Street, has welcomed Alice Clark as a designer and Beth Dixon as a junior client partner.

New website

New website

Today we launched a new website. A momentous day for Creo, having stuck with the same one for just under seven years…

The Walking Dread

The Walking Dread

Gimme a movie in which half-starved survivors outrun swarms of hollow-eyed “infected” through empty cities or feature Arnold Schwarzenegger in a yellow catsuit duelling with chainsaws against a behemoth biker, and I’m in hog heaven!

The Age of Anti-Social Media

The Age of Anti-Social Media

The last few months have been a tough old time for many, many people. Desperately missing those they love; the absence of everyday human connection dealing a bitter blow to households the length and breadth of the UK.