Features Articles

Take a look through our feature articles, including insights into some of the most exciting and best-known brands, as well as interviews with and insights from the people who run them. Don’t miss a trick or skip a beat with Prolific London’s featured articles.

Andy Fairclough and Rich Page, Reprise

Richard Page, Senior Technology Manager and Andy Fairclough, Social Strategy Director EMEA at Reprise, explain why the removal of likes will push brands towards the metrics that matter when choosing influencers, and boost overall value.

We caught up with Alex O’Byrne for a glimpse into his recent working week, hopping between the company’s London and New York offices.

Rodney Laws, the Editor of Ecommerce Platforms, speaks about how every company should consider incorporating a remote working strategy...

Design Bridge Group Innovation Lead, David Helps, shares his five golden rules for making “agile” work for agencies, clients, and any business committed to embracing a different way of working.

Daniel Clayman, Xandr

Xandr helps clients buy and sell consumer-centric digital advertising. The AT&T division provides data insights, premium content, powerful technology, and direct-to-consumer distribution to make advertising more effective.

BrighterBox is a recruitment startup providing access to some of the most talented graduates in London.

Stein IAS is a global B2B marketing agency merging state-of-the-art technology with creative. The company is trusted partner to global B2B brands, connecting them with customers rationally, emotionally and financially.

Vincent Soucaret, Xandr

Principal Solutions Consultant at Xandr, Vincent Soucaret, says the future's bright for on-screen advertising. Advanced TV is here, with streaming, VOD and connected features, and it creates a new world of opportunity.

The Wunderman Thompson Duracell team share their thoughts on why mascots are still a good option for brands...

Laundryheap is a leading on-demand laundry service. Since launching in 2014, they've cleaned over 4.5 million items of clothing.


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