Marketing news - Totem Marketing, Diamond Logistics, UAViate, MEC Access, Royal Navy

Totem Marketing Appointed by Diamond Logistics to Provide Strategic Comms Supportt

Totem Marketing is pleased to announce that it’s been appointed by Diamond Logistics – the fastest-growing logistics company in the UK – as their strategic communications agency. The marketing experts at Totem will be providing a number of elements of support and services for Diamond Logistics, from strategy and design to communications and productions, allowing them to further their position as the go-to provider of logistics solutions in the country.

Derek Owen, Managing Director of Totem Marketing says, “Diamond Logistics is an amazing company, probably the best-kept secret in the courier market. They have fantastic stats, great services and amazing staff – it’s our role now to work with the Diamond Logistics family to educate the market on what we’re missing.

He adds, “Our team always strive to provide the very best results for clients, whether we’re creating winning content, providing masterful social networking support or offering up ground-breaking design ideas that help to change how brands are perceived. We hope to bring our own unique blend of creativity and strategy to Diamond Logistics as we expand their profile and change how they communicate with current and prospective clients.”

UAViate Provides Drone Consultancy to Major Hollywood Film Production
 A Hampshire based drone operations and consultancy firm has announced one of its most exciting projects to date – working on a Hollywood blockbuster to be released next year.  UAViate is currently on set lending its specialist services to the production of hard hitting action movie Criminal, set for release in 2015. 

The blockbuster features a star studded cast including Hollywood icons Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman and Ryan Reynolds.  While the plot is top secret and cannot be revealed – filming is still taking place – UAViate can reveal it has provided drone consultancy to the production of the highly anticipated film.

James Hervey, Senior Drone Consultant of UAViate said, “This is by far one of the most exciting ventures we’ve ever worked on, as the film features some big Hollywood stars so it’s a thrilling opportunity.  Our drone services are second to none, which is why Cloud 12 and the production team called on UAViate to assist this high-status project.”

Led by Paul Rigby, Managing Director, UAViate has established itself as the leading go-to drone consultancy and aerial photography specialists in the UK.  As a qualified engineer, with 10 years’ experience in operations and engineering at National Air Traffic Services, Paul is ideally placed to advise and consult companies on how to implement innovative drone technology. Moreover, he is the UK legislation representative for the trade body ARPAS and the company boasts aviation safety, security and H&S specialists within its team.

MEC Access launches integrated partnerships campaign for the Royal Navy
MEC Access, the leading partnerships and content agency, (, today announces the launch of an integrated partnerships campaign for the Royal Navy, to drive applications to the Royal Naval Reserve.

The campaign, developed and executed by MEC Access, is set to drive awareness of the key role the Royal Naval Reserve play in the Royal Navy. The campaign centres on substitutions that are made in sport, highlighting that these players are specialists called upon when the manager needs them most. The creative draws an analogy between the pivotal role these substitutes play and the role of the Reserves in the Royal Navy.

The campaign will be brought to life through partnerships with 15 football clubs, one for each Royal Navy Reserve Unit throughout the UK, as well as The Metro, and amplified with a digital engagement strategy.

In partnership with football clubs including Fulham, Cardiff , Sunderland and Rangers, Royal Naval Reserve messaging will be displayed at the moment of real substitutions during football matches at home games, via digital LED messages around the pitch, on the big screen and over the tannoy. Royal Naval Reserve messaging will also feature on stadium concourse TVs and in match day programmes, whilst the partnerships also provide match tickets to use in competitions.
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