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HISTORY
Founded in September 2000 by Graham Goodkind, Frank started with a belief that ideas should be worth talking about. He believed the agency should create “talkability” for clients' brands, products and services. He liked the word so much he trademarked it, and is proud it’s become part of the marketing lexicon – even if it is a term often borrowed (illegally!) by other agencies.
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In the agency's early years Frank quickly made it's mark as one of the most disruptive, creative PR agencies in town, winning PR Week awards for the launch of Nickelodeon's Nicktoons channel (which also won PR Week's Grand Prix Gold Award). The success continued to flow, with a trio of award-winning campaigns. Most notably work that involved HP Sauce sponsoring the brown ball in snooker, with legend of the game Jimmy White changing his name by deed poll to Jimmy Brown.

Whilst the agency was getting saucy, Frank also offered one reader of New Scientist Magazine the chance to live forever, launched the latest Meerkat advert in the meerkat enclosure at London Zoo for comparethemarket.com, and got "Simples" into the Oxford English Dictionary. The accolades kept rolling as Frank became the first PR agency to be crowned “Marketing's PR Agency of the Year” three times.
HISTORY
Founded in September 2000 by Graham Goodkind. Frank started with a belief that ideas should be worth talking about. He believed the agency should create ‘talkability’ for clients' brands products and services. He liked the word so much he trademarked it and is proud it’s become part of the marketing lexicon – even if it is a term often borrowed by other agencies*.
OF FRANK
Not Frank
More industry recognition followed as the agency launched KitKat Senses, with an integrated campaign fronted by Girls Aloud, celebrated the return of the Blue Smartie, and created Quality St hats that were showcased at Royal Ascot. The agency also spent a decade working with leading beer brands across a range of sponsorship platforms, including F1, The Olympics, The World Cup, and The Premiership. Frank led the charge in the early days of the branded content revolution, which saw the agency launch Foster's Funny – bringing back the iconic Alan Partridge Mid-Morning Matters - followed by the return of The Fast Show as well as Vic & Bob in a series of award-winning campaigns.
By 2007, Frank was already ONE of the largest independent agencies in the country.
During that time, the agency also won awards for creating the world's first motorbike orchestra, reuniting the St Winifred's School Choir for Innocent's Big knit campaign, launching Call of Duty (the largest entertainment franchise in the world), and creating the Npower Book of Light. For three years in a row, the agency also created a discount parody version of the John Lewis Christmas ad for myvouchercodes.co.uk, which would take over and trend on social.
Frank continues to deliver bold, industry-defining work which in recent years has seen the agency create the Northern Lights over the Tower of London for Huawei and deliver a trio of campaigns for Burger King. BK Meltdown saw the removal of plastic toys from kids’ meals, “Whoppa” sung by Tiny Tinie on a Whopper, and The Burger Queen campaign where Frank announced the first equal-rights sponsorship of the Stevenage men's & women's football teams.

Most recently Frank sent the internet into meltdown with a simple tweet for Weetabix, suggesting adding a serving of baked beans to the nation's favourite cereal biscuit in the biggest brand pile on social media has seen. The industry recognised the campaign with over 20 awards.
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