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Bimuno’s Christmas Promotion in Top Sante

Our client Bimuno have been sharing advice on how to “Avoid the Christmas bloat” in their 6 page promotion in the December issue of Top Sante.

Containing lots of top tips, it shows how eating the right foods, being drink-aware and taking Bimuno can bring a feel good Christmas!

  • Posted: December 19, 2018

TCS Media Scoops Award at Local Media Works 2018

TCS has won the ‘Best Use of Jicreg’ award at the Local Media Works Awards 2018.

The Local Media Works Awards, powered by Jicreg, celebrates the UK’s most outstanding planning talent across media agencies. This year’s brief was set by Subway, and asked entrants to promote Subway’s franchise opportunities in local communities.

David Price, Managing Director of TCS, said “We are extremely pleased to …

  • Posted: November 28, 2018

Amtico Shortlisted for Prestigious Award

Congratulations to our client Amtico, who have been shortlisted for Flooring Product of the Year at the Mixology North Awards! Amtico’s Cirro PVC-free product was chosen by judges in a very competitive field – with organisers receiving more entries this year than ever before.

The Mixology North Awards is one of the most prestigious and highly anticipated events in the region, and celebrates dynamic and innovative interior design. The ceremony …

  • Posted: November 15, 2018

TCS Shortlisted for Local Media Awards

We are pleased to announce that TCS have been shortlisted for this year’s Local Media Works Awards.

Our Brand team entered the 2018 competition, which challenged agencies to come up with a campaign to promote Subway franchise opportunities and highlight its importance as an employer in local communities.

The shortlisted agencies were picked by a judging panel chaired by Stewart Easterbrook, Chairman of MiQ and Medialab Group.

Well done to everyone involved, and …

  • Posted: October 2, 2018

TCS Q3 Charity Sector Update

Charity News

The government has published its first Civil Society Strategy in fifteen years. It aims to bring charities, businesses and the public sector together to solve social problems and build stronger communities, and will be backed up by £165m worth of funds. While the National Council for Voluntary Organisations have welcomed the strategy, critics have compared it to David Cameron’s ‘Big Society’, which was seen by many as a cover …

  • Posted: October 1, 2018

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