Training is vital at all levels in a business – be it delivered in-house or by an external provider. In this blog, Emily and Aimee share why they were particularly inspired by training delivered by one of the AD business owners themselves
Rayyan explores why Team AD is venturing into TikTok and how the platform offers a unique avenue for B2B marketing and communications. Learn how you can join us for the journey ahead.
As we enter the new year, Rachelle Harry reflects on her career change from journalism to communications, which has led to her being happier both inside and outside of her working life.
As 2022 is coming to a close, we reflect on a year of “getting back to live” and how new people, ideas and opportunities injected our agency with energy and creativity.
Why I’ve stayed loyal to one of my favourite brands
Jumping from studying to full-time work could be a shock to the system for any 18-year-old. AD’s Junior Comms Co-ordinator Aimee Parsons reveals her transition from revision and exams, to PR and Comms.
The buzz of live events is finally back and it’s a great feeling to be in front of industry colleagues and prospects once again. Here, Shireen discusses the secret ingredient of live events that just can’t be matched by digital alternatives.
As summer draws to a close, Shireen sees the positives in a return to ‘business normal’, with some welcome adjustments.
First interactions are about forming a positive connection and establishing trust. In this blog, Shireen explains why non-verbal communication is essential to building relationships.
Helen looks back over a year of dramatic change that has also been a positive opportunity to think creatively about how businesses engage with customers and prospects.
2020 is a big year for AD and for our specialist sectors – print, packaging and visual communications. Find out what’s in store and how we’re gearing up.
A landmark year awaits and today marks the launch of AD2020 – a campaign centred on influential B2B storytelling. Find out how we can ‘Bring your stories to life’.