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2020

Take a look at our monthly news stories to keep in touch with our recent work, what we've seen and what we'd like to see. You could also sign up to our newsletter for regular updates to your inbox.
10
20

Helping to advance the progress of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

In 2015, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set an ambitious target to achieve a sustainable and fair future for our planet by 2030. Elsevier has published The Power of Research to Advance the SDGs to strengthen the understanding of the global SDG efforts and to share its insights in content, data and analytics to help achieve the…

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03
20

Advance Charity: Annual Report – helping the vulnerable, especially now

We were approached by Christine Losecaat MBE (Chair) of Advance Charity to redesign their Annual Report, to elevate the document and make it resonate more with its various audiences.

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March Round Up

During these strange times, tothepoint have been keeping calm and carrying on. We have pulled together a friendly, go-to resource to help you through these challenging times. Bend over backwards in a yoga class, get some well-needed Headspace or listen to some chilled vibes with fika. #ttptryit

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Social Media Banners for Lloyd’s Register Foundation

This month we’ve been helping our friends over at the Lloyd’s Register Foundation communicate their message globally with more consistency, across their key channels of Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Youtube and Vimeo.

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06
19

A new look for the Houston website

We were recently approached by PR Communications agency Houston to help design and create a new website for them, following their recent re-branding exercise. We did this form them in record time with our streamlined approach to designing and building engaging websites quickly and efficiently.

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03
19

March Round Up

Attending the ISBA Annual Conference 2019 Our intrepid account manager Kira was lucky enough to be able to attend the conference held at The Troxy. Keith Weed opened the day with a really interesting talk on trust in the industry, sharing insights into how trust has broken down for many and what the industry bodies, alongside the big brands, are doing…

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11
18

Creating dynamic hoardings that educate and engage with the local community

The Royal Free is a pioneering organisation who play a leading role in providing world class expertise and local care for its patients. We were asked by them and UCL to create a concept for the Pears building hoardings, a £42 million immunology facility built next to the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead. Our work for them, which included implementation, is all about public engagement and our skill-set in demystifying science and making it appealing to the general public.

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A marriage of design and quality

Our most recent brochure for Hurley House encapsulates the quality and luxurious venue on offer for its new service of ‘Weddings’. Utilising the skills of wedding planner Kim Balasubramaniam and stunning photography by Flo Brooks, the brochure provides a high quality showcase of what Hurley House can provide for a couple’s perfect day or indeed weekend.

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November Round Up

This month has been political. We’ve been working on an explainer animation for Bureau van Dijk (BVD), promoting their Sanctions screening resource that flags company links to Russian US election interference, as well as hearing about the current financial climate and Brexit outcomes with our friends at JPES and Matthew Parris. And we’ve finished our 2019 calendar!

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07
18

CITAC’s new look website

We’ve recently launched a fresh new website for CITAC, showcasing specialist consultancy services, training and industry insights with in the African downstream energy sector

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Street Live

As strategic branding and design consultants for Croydon BID we were asked to look at creating a new look for their Street Live campaign to help to increase footfall in the area, via a program of out-door events stretching across the summer.

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July Round Up

This past month we have welcomed Sam and Adam to the team here at tothepoint, attended the Better Bankside summer party as well as the Francis Crick Institute’s ‘Flow State’ exhibition, and got soaked cycling the Pru RideLondon in the only rain we’ve seen for weeks!

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