10
Aug

RED goes “airside” at Cardiff Airport

Working on the new-for-2016 “World of Vanderlande” case study campaign has already introduced us to many new and interesting people and places. This includes our first visit for a behind-the-scenes experience at Cardiff Airport. Many thanks to the management and security team at the airport for helping to make our photoshoot possible. We had a fascinating insight into what happens to your

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27
Jul

Five minutes with… Matt

We grab a quick coffee and take five minutes catch up with our Graphic Designer Matt Russell to find out what’s happening in his RED world… Q: Describe your typical day No two days are the same. One day I could be working on a website project, the next an international brand campaign. We start every day at RED by grabbing a coffee and finding

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25
Jul

Under the Northern Lights in Greenland

Recently, Andy and Jon were asked to fly the RED flag in Greenland for Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe) NV (HCME). After surviving four flights – taking in Copenhagen along the way – the guys finally stepped on to the tarmac at Nuuk airport, in the shadow of the iconic Sermitsiaq mountain. However, there was no time to admire the view

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15
Jul

Help and hospitality in Budapest

A huge RED thank you to Hungary’s authorised Hitachi dealer, MPH Építögép Kft, and in particular the company’s co-owners István Mándity and Krisztián Pölz. We very much appreciated their help and hospitality on a recent trip to the central European country, where we were based in the beautiful capital of Budapest. They also introduced us to three very different Hitachi

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8
Jul

InspiRED: we talk inspiration with Mark Minichiello

As the proud personal sponsor of Hull FC star, Mark Minichiello, we’ve decided to launch a brand new RED series of interviews to help you get to know him even better. Covering everything from aspirations to family history, we’ve invited Mark to our REDquarters to delve a bit deeper into what makes the player tick. Over at HQ we’re RED

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6
Jul

How will Twitter changes affect your marketing efforts?

The 140 character max limit has turned us into straight-to-the-point, concise communicators. However, it seems like the powers that be at Twitter HQ have decided they’re prepared to give us a little more leeway. We decided to investigate how the changes will affect your social media marketing efforts. Rolling out the changes over the next few months, the following will no

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4
Jul

RED supports the black and whites!

It’s not every day that RED supports the Black and Whites in the city of Hull, but we have decided to do just that… New to the sport of rugby league, RED is delighted to confirm its sponsorship of Hull FC’s Mark Minichiello and membership of the club’s new 1865 Business Club. Mark moved to RED’s new hometown of South

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30
Jun

Fewer marketing professionals place importance on technology

How much value do you attach to being perceived as an early adopter of technology? Answers from a recent report by SoDa and Forrester suggest that marketing professionals are not placing the same emphasis on it as in previous years. Findings show that 72% of those who took a survey believed being an early adopter of technology was important. This

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18
May

From sea to shining sea

It’s certainly an exciting time for the Yorkshire and Humber region as renewable energy goes from strength to strength, particularly in offshore wind. Obviously, the Siemens contract was a huge boon for the area, but many other success stories remain under the radar. As part of RED’s partnership with the Team Humber Marine Alliance (THMA), we sent Andy and Kerrie

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16
May

A trip down memory lane

We knew Holderness House had plenty of history attached to it when we moved home, and now we have confirmation! Check out this cool image we saw on Twitter showing Market Place in South Cave back in the day (our new offices are still located just to the right of the clock tower). We’re amazed at how little the building

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