Recently we’ve been having some very special visits from some lovely canine friends, and we realised just how great the office atmosphere is when they are around. It got us thinking, what effect does bringing your pup to work have on your overall workplace? Reduce Stress It’s absolutely guaranteed. Playing with or petting a dog or a puppy will release stress-relieving hormones, making you feel more relaxed! These little fellas

Are you a PR/Marketing/Journalism student looking for a work placement? Or are you just someone interested in experiencing agency life? Then this role might be perfect for you! We’re looking for a work placement student to join the Lenny PR team. The Junior Account Executive will be an essential part of the team, reporting directly to the Account Manager and Managing Director.   Role responsibilities: Management and issuing of press

January is a pretty miserable month. Goodbye Christmas festivities, hello baltic weather and pounds to shed. However, amid the gloom there is one thing we’re thrilled to welcome back with open arms. Move aside miniature Heroes, the Crème Egg’s back in town. Here’s 3 PR stunts that highlighted January for us. Cadbury’s: Crème Egg hunt Earlier this month, Cadbury’s announced some pretty egg-citing news. White chocolate lovers across the UK

If you work in a busy design, marketing or PR agency  you’ll know just how important it is to stay organised and do your best not to get too stressed out. I’m Sarah, a senior account manager at Lenny. It’s my job to ensure we stay on top of all the accounts and that our clients and colleagues are happy. Below are a few hints and tips that I hope

Hi guys – I’m Beth! I’ve been at Lenny for the past six months now, and it has flown by. In between drinking slightly unnecessary amounts of tea (Yorkshire, of course) and catching up on the latest TV dramas (Peaky Blinders ftw), my main role for the company is to manage and develop our clients’ social media channels. Or, according to my friends and family, play on Facebook all day.

2018 has come around pretty quickly. With that comes a whole new year of social media trends, marketing ideas and new strategies to consider. We’ve done our research and here’s what’s predicted to occur in the social media marketing world in 2018. Influencer Marketing With 49% of Instagram/Twitter users relying on recommendations from influencers and the fact influencer marketing brings a 10x rise in conversion rates, there’s no wonder that

Keeping up-to-date with trends in Graphic Design in this increasingly ‘transparent’ state of marketing is becoming a near-impossible task; with the evolution of new technology, and the benefits these updates bring, the modern consumer is quickly becoming aware of the tricks of the marketing trade – and in response, is relentlessly looking for authenticity amongst the brands they interact with. As a result of this, all brand engagement (whether it be

Video is a powerful tool in the social media stratosphere, one which connects brands with followers, and engages new fans at the same time. Facebook Live is a great tool which is starting to make its mark, allowing audiences to grow and learn new things. We tested the feature out this month with our client OXO Good Grips, using it to demo the New Chef’s Mandoline Slicer 2.0 and answer

Any brand or marketer knows by now that social media isn’t going away. Having a presence on the correct platforms is undeniably necessary to be successful, however simply having a presence isn’t alone enough. In an ever-changing industry it’s important to keep up to date and stay ahead. In the past few years we’ve seen the rise in popularity of instagram, sharing GIFs and videos, unique snapchat filters and sponsored

Our Senior PR Executive Olivia talks about what it’s really like starting out in the PR industry… In the frantic mad dash between leaving uni and getting on your feet it feels like you’re out of a routine for a long time. Competition for jobs in PR is fierce, so you need enthusiasm in spades and a real passion for what you’re doing. The jobs are few and far between