A well-oiled machine…

By Sarah Dutton It’s 8am on a Monday morning, and I’m looking around the MK office at exposed bricks and bright yellow paint: it screams creative agency, but without being cliched or contrived. This building used to be home to the no-doubt hardworking Alfred Beckett and Sons Steel, Saw and File Works and now it’s […]

“So what are you...

By Chrissie Lewis, Junior Account Executive It’s a question every graduate in Literature, philosophy or history dreads, “So what are you going to do with that?”. This question has plagued me as a literature student for the past three years, and as a recent graduate, now working as a Junior Account executive at MK, I […]

Harworth Estates: Waverley Gala

Harworth Estates: Waverley Gala 2014 Campaign The Waverley Gala Client; Harworth Estates Timeline: August 2014 Overview: Harworth Estates is one of the largest property and regeneration companies in the North of England, owning and managing 200 sites across the UK including the new Waverley development in Rotherham.   In 2013 the company hosted the first […]

Direct Line Buys Stake...

Direct Line Buys Stake In Telematics Company The Floow Campaign: Direct Line Buys Stake In Telematics Company The Floow Client; The Floow Timeline: July 2014 Overview: The Floow is a UK-based specialist telematics service provider which has a rapidly growing global client base in the insurance and related markets. In July 2014 the business received […]

Customer service is everything,...

By Caroline Woffenden, MK Director You walk into a shopping centre and it has to be as much about the experience as the products; you receive poor customer service from your bank or phone provider and your first reaction is to consider shifting loyalties and taking your business elsewhere. We live in an era of […]

Much more than just...

By Rebecca Greenwood, 17 As someone who had never done work experience before, I was exceptionally nervous about starting a placement. I worried that I would be dressed too formally or too casually, that I would fall over when I first walked in or be late, that I would be in everyone’s way. My parents […]

Team Work – It...

By Sarah Dutton As MK’s Directors’ and Office Coordinator, I oversee the workings of our office, and that includes the people who work within it! As well as trying to keep everyone calm and level-headed (I like to think I lead by example here) I’m really keen on ensuring the team is happy and, in […]

Entering the world of...

By Mason Miller Before I came on work experience, my teachers wouldn’t stop talking about how it would be one of the hardest things I’d ever done and how if you make one mistake you’ll be fired on the spot, and if you get fired you’ll face grave consequences when back in class; and I […]

A bit of insight…

By Caroline Woffenden I was interviewed by a local radio station about PR last week; what it is, how it can benefit businesses and, probably of more interest to the majority of their listeners, the inspiration and motivation behind ‘my PR journey’. I’m very clear that I find energy and drive through people – including […]

Speak and deliver

By Anna Simmons Even the most confident and experienced public speakers will admit that they get stage fright… As legendary author Mark Twain once famously said: “There are two types of speakers, those who are nervous and those who are liars.” I faced my nerves head on by entering a public speaking competition held by […]