A Great Support Act!

Posted on November 28 2017, News

As Platinum members and sponsors of Leicester Comedy Festival’s Business Partners Club, we’ve long been committed to supporting and getting involved in the annual Leicester Comedy Festival – a relationship we’re proud to have built over twenty-three years. From headline acts to more unusual and innovative shows like Comedy in the Dark and Hotel D’Comedie; […]

Investing in the future

Posted on May 18 2017, News

Every business knows the value of a well-trained workforce. With skills shortages becoming a real issue for many industries, it is more important than ever for businesses to focus on the range of ways in which they can find, recruit and support the next generation of professionals.

Reach helps Macfarlane Packaging stand out!

Posted on March 05 2017, News

It’s vitally important for an exhibitor to stand out from the crowd. So when the packaging industry gathered together for one of the major events in their calendar, Macfarlane Packaging’s plans for development of their brand came together too.

Reach Timelapse hits the headlines!

Posted on January 23 2017, News

A spin-off of our marketing and branding agency, Reach Timelapse made the papers today, featuring on the Leicester Mercury’s online platform in advance of its publication in January’s Business Monthly.

Reach helps make a Big Difference with Leicester Comedy Festival

Posted on January 20 2017, News

If you’ve met our team, you know we love to laugh. Whether it’s an ongoing internal contest between colleagues for the best (Read: worst) puns, or sending each other the occasional funny news story (like this one); we like to think of ourselves as having a few ‘funny ideas’ here at Reach. When it comes […]

Brands aren’t people but they ARE human (or at least the good ones are)

Posted on December 15 2016, News

Whether it’s through a customer’s experience over time or the company’s reputation with its suppliers and within its communities; a brand is an organisation’s identity and personality, and – almost as importantly – how stakeholders perceive and respond to it.

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