The Sky’s (quite literally) The Limit With Our New Client: Welcome Heathrow

Posted on 14 April, 2015

If there’s one thing that all us Cows have in common, it’s that we like a good adventure in foreign climes… So we’re delighted to announce that we’ve recently been hired by those wonderful folk at Heathrow!

Working on a roster with two other agencies, we’ll be exploring all of the wonderful services Heathrow have on offer – and making sure that the greatest airport is given the creativity it deserves.

We’ve already started working on our first suite of ideas, and we’re pretty excited to see them unveiled over the next couple of months as we begin life with (officially) the best airport in Western Europe 2015.



Posted on 14 April, 2015

And that’s exactly what we did for our new client Tastesmiths when journalists and bloggers joined founders, mother-and-daughter team Sally Hares and Stef Reed at Food 52 Cookery School for a curry cook off to launch their new scratch cook products.

With a quest to get people cooking at home, Sally and Stef have come up with nifty little packs of fresh ingredients that make cooking a spicy curry a breeze. The Korma and Madras went down a storm during the evening resulting in some lovely coverage and great write-ups on That Girls Got An Appetite, Got To Be Gourmet and Brunette Swirls.

Grab Tastesmiths and join us on the scratch cook revolution!


Spreading the Joy of Plants with #OpenGreenHouse

Posted on 13 April, 2015

Well what a weekend that was – as we worked with The Joy Of Plants to totally transform a three-story town house in Tufnell Park from top to toe into a two-day green-fingered extravaganza, dispensing a whole world of plant inspiration.

Kicking off on the Friday with our #OpenGreenHouse (which became the #RedGreenHouse on Saturday) – we invited some extremely special guests to pop on by, and in-between a whirlwind of champagne and canapés, put on some one-on-one master classes with some top-level experts.

And amongst lush living walls, unexpected wild floral décor, eco luxe glamour and more, the likes of interior designer Marianne Cotterill, interior stylist and writer Joanna Thornhill, horticultural expert Ian Drummond and the fantastic team from popular blog Little Big Bell dispensed surprisingly stylish ways to turn house plants into a must have for any home.

From creating exquisitely beautiful terrariums to crafting fantastic plant pots that would be the talk of any lounge, more houseplant secrets were unlocked with every room explored, and a wonderful time was had by all.

Coverage has already started appearing on Red Magazine, Heart Home Magazine, Flowers in the Window, Flowerona – and there’s plenty more to come… With social reach over the weekend reaching millions of interested eyes, and inspired folk all over the country creating new houseplant magic, here’s to the next #OpenGreenHouse


Four More Nominations at the CIPR Awards

Posted on 8 April, 2015

What a week for awards it’s been at Cow! Already with a couple of nominations for the Sabre Awards, we’ve now received news that we’ve been shortlisted for 4 gongs (count ‘em) at the CIPR Awards too.

The Visit York ‘Smell York’ guidebook, which put the scents of a destination into a guidebook for the first time ever is up for Best Publication. Our Send A Cow recipe book is up for yet another award in the Not For Profit category, whilst MORE TH>N’s revival of David Prowse as The Green Cross Code Man has been put forward for the best CSR award.

Finally, we’re delighted to pick up a Best Use of Social Media nomination for our work with VPN provider Hide My Ass, and the inception of #ThePussycatRiot – which generated some incredible viral success, spawning one of the most viewed picture of Kim Jong Un on Imgur… EVER!

We’ll see you there!


Cow nominated for two Sabre Awards

Posted on 7 April, 2015

It’s always gratifying when our efforts are noticed, so we’re really rather delighted to have been nominated for two gongs at The Sabre Awards this year for our work with MORE TH>N and Send A Cow.

First up is our campaign with David Prowse (AKA Darth Vader) resurrecting the Green Cross Code Man to tackle today’s road-safety issues, which has been shortlisted for the Cause-Related Marketing category… While our work to support Send A Cow’s ‘Break Fast’ campaign with a recipe book of the most important breakfasts throughout history has been nominated in Not For Profit.

We’ll keep you posted on whether we pick up the gold on May 19th, but in the meantime you can find out about all the other nominees over here


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