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In September 2011 the British Government launched its GREAT campaign to "get the world thinking and feeling differently about Britain, repositioning us as a vibrant, inspiring and innovative nation to visit and invest in now". Following a high profile launch we were given the challenge of deepening the GREAT brand and making it work harder across a new range of executions.

We took the existing look and feel and moved the campaign on from an awareness phase to one of greater audience engagement - all backed-up with a stronger call to action.

Working closely with key partners including Visit Britain, the UKTI, the FCO and the British Council we expanded the creative approach in a way carefully calculated to promote British business and tourism. We also helped maintain an online library of collateral and developed detailed guidelines for the campaign.

The vast majority of the GREAT Britain campaign is intended for overseas markets, though examples of our work have appeared across the UK thanking participants, volunteers and supporters for making the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games such a success and recently our livery designs for the British entry in the 2013 Round the World Clipper Race which set sail on September 1st.

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16 July 2014

2 Golds, 3 Silvers, 2 Bronzes and a Highly recommended

We were celebrating award success on Tuesday night, at the Corporate & Financial Awards organised by Communicate Magazine. RY succeeded in bringing home 2 Golds, 3 Silvers, 2 Bronze and a Highly recommended.

Radley Yeldar

13 June 2014

Matt Wyatt wins Chip Shop Award 2014

Matt Wyatt, a member of our creative team in Birmingham, impressed the judges at this year's Chip Shop Awards so much, he walked away with 2 'Gold' awards.

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06 May 2014

Radley Yeldar encourages clients to support the FRC’s exploration of the future of digital reporting’

The Financial Reporting Lab (set up by the FRC in 2011 to help improve the effectiveness of corporate reporting) announce a project to investigate how companies are, and might in the future, use digital media in their corporate reporting.

Radley Yeldar