Former England captain Stuart ‘Psycho’ Pearce MBE, Love Island’s Georgia Steel and TV presenter Jenni Falconer took on a series of military skill test challenges to launch new radio show ‘On Track with Forces Radio BFBS'.
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- “The buzz that takes over and does your best marketing for you.”
Frank is a creative agency that helps brands lead, drive and own conversations.
We create insight-led campaigns that generate buzz, kick-start a reaction and make a real difference. Offline, online, digital, social, influencers, paid, owned, earned, shared… or whatever the buzzwords of the moment are… we believe great ideas are at the heart of it all, and are by their very nature channel neutral. Great ideas get people talking. We’ve developed a detailed approach and methodology to help engineer this. We call it Talkability® and it’s at the core of everything we do. And we believe in it so much, it’s been a registered trademark of Frank since the day we started. Which explains that little ®.
When it comes to making ideas happen, we’re ruthless in delivery. As you’d expect from an agency called Frank, we tend to let our results do the talking. We realise that’s there’s no point in generating Talkability® if it doesn’t make a real difference to your business. We have a bespoke evaluation model that we use to track and measure our campaigns from inception right through to attributable business results. We call it, The Franking Machine.
The result of all this is an ultra-effective, open, honest and down-to-earth approach to doing business. We’re frank with our clients and they’re frank with us. It’s better that way. And that’s why we’re one of the industry’s most decorated agencies, responsible for some of its most famous campaigns. Check out our Trophy-o-matic.
FYI, we don’t just do consumer campaigns, we have a corporate division called Francis too.
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Here’s some Talkability® we made earlier…
Launching the #IWillNotBeDeleted campaign against cyber beauty bullying with Cara Delevigne and Rita Ora
We unveiled a giant Artificial Intelligence powered Cube, to celebrate the launch of the new #HuaweiMate20Pro – the world’s first dual-AI powered smartphone.
To increase Sorted’s regional presence in creamy Lancashire and peak hungry candidates’ interest, we launched a pretty gouda job opportunity – Assistant Director of Cheese.
We launched a new podcast featuring comedian Richard Herring and Dr Gary Wood (Direct Line Head of Carma) to promote their new 'Hit While Parked' proposition, which keeps your No Claim Discount safe if you're hit while parked and it’s not your fault.
Another successful year at Alex James' Farm. This year saw record numbers of ticket sales and a huge increase in social conversation around the festival, with celebrities such as Dermot O'Leary and Simon Pegg in attendance.
Lewis Pugh embarked on his biggest challenge yet – The Long Swim, swimming the entire 300 mile length of the English Channel in order to raise awareness of the environmental state of the UK's beaches. Frank ensured Lewis was seen everywhere from BBC news to the front page of The Times.
Vype partnered with Henry Holland to create the Vype x House of Holland #PullInEmergency SS19 collection at London Fashion Week, including bespoke Vype holders.
After the prospect of an England v Sweden World Cup quarter-final became a reality, we re-wrote the world-famous rap from 'World in Motion' to make it about all things Swedish and bring back England legend (and original performer of the rap) John Barnes to deliver it in-store on a Clas Ohlson karaoke machine!
We dated from sunrise to sunset on the longest date of the year to promote real life dating.
To mark the launch of Apprentice winner, Sarah Lynn's, new online business: Sweets in the City, a portrait of Lord Sugar was presented to her business partner out of 3,000 sweets!
Inspired by widely talked about television programme, Chessington created a mini series, Penguin Love Island, to be broadcast across owned channels, following the highs, lows and muggings off on the ice. Danny Dyer became Chessington’s very own Iain Sterling and provided narration for some of the episodes.