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Killer app: ProCo turns children’s charity work into child’s play

BBC Children in Need (CiN) has now raised more than £1bn to help youngsters worldwide since launching in 1980. A charity push of that scale needs coordination and sophistication, which is evident in its combined use of print and digital communications to recruit fundraisers.

Killer app: Parkside creates compostable packs for kids’ snacks

Oxford-based start-up Wallaroo believes children are the future, that’s why it’s doing what it can to make its healthy snack packs as appealing to kids as possible with their colourful packages.

H&H picks a card to cut out the corporate chit-chat

Communication in business meetings can quickly become stale – bogged down in meaningless buzzwords and cyclical chit-chat. To find a way to break through the malaise, Hull communications agency H&H turned to trusty print for a solution.

ASAP maps out Henry Boot’s magnetic presence

An age-old lesson of business success is to never forget where you’re from. Property developer Henry Boot – which manages bases across the North and Midlands from its headquarters in Sheffield – will not be forgetting any time soon thanks to its new magnetic noticeboard.

Killer app: PLG proves to be the mutt’s nuts with ‘bollocks’ sign

Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins can always be relied upon to proudly pin his colours to the mast.

Killer app: St Austell prepares Eden guide for German influx

The Germans are coming. Specifically, they’re coming to the Eden Project, Cornwall, to enjoy the wondrous natural sights of the world’s largest indoor rainforest.

Saxon distills the essence of Moonshine into packs

O’Donnell Moonshine spirits come in four different flavours, each with a name more colourful and evocative than the last – ‘High Proof’, ‘Roasted Apple’, ‘Bitter Rose’, and ‘Tough Nut’. Flavours this bold need the finest, most innovative gift packaging to contain them.

Scots play a blinder and score for England’s Heroes

For a short-lived moment in the middle of the summer, football fans across England truly believed it could be coming home.

Adverset captains Leeds Bradford Airport’s flight of fancy

Yorkshire is going places. Specifically, it’s going all around the world, thanks to Leeds Bradford Airport. Open since 1931, West Yorkshire’s gateway to the rest of the world needed a bit of a revamp recently to reflect the adventure and optimism it represents.

Allsigns’ spotless staining is revelation for St Pat’s

Despite being a Catholic place of worship, the approach of St Patrick’s Church in Bristol to the decoration of its newly built atrium was anything but orthodox. Working with building contractor KP Wilton & Sons, the idea to transform its clear windows into a beautiful stained-glass display could only be achieved through innovative print.

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