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.

Ines Casas, eight&four

Ines Casas, head of social at creative and media agency eight&four, makes it clear that cosmetics retailer Lush's decision to pack in their social media activity doesn't hold water

Sara Tate, TBWA\London

Sara Tate was brought in as CEO of TBWA\London in October 2017 with the goal of restoring the agency's "mojo".

By combining data and technology to enable brand safe and measurable advertising, VIOOH connects brands to the right audience, all with full transparency.

Rhona Templer has been the Managing Director of The Lucre Group’s London operations for the past five years. Here, she shares a week in her life...

Plus X is the newest venture from the Central Research Laboratory (CRL), comprising a series of commercial hubs incorporating innovative work spaces with access to growth services and a curated culture of collaboration.

Transport in London can be cripplingly expensive. The Bike Project supports refugees who might have nothing else.

Peter Mühlmann, Founder and CEO of Trustpilot, one of the world’s largest and most powerful reviews platforms, takes us through a week in his working life.

Mark Bembridge, Smartology

Smartology connects brands with media owners, providing access to world-leading names like the Financial Times, Washington Post, Economist, CNBC and Reuters. Its programmatic platform distributes semantically relevant content to readers of those high-impact titles.

Cheeky Weekend

Eyebrow-raisingly named Cheeky Weekend aims to help busy professionals get away from their desks and on their way to an exciting foreign destination as affordably as possible, and at times that suit them.

Mark Jennings, Subba Media

Mark Jennings is CEO of Subba Media, which he set up with the aim of disrupting the publishing market. Subba-Cultcha, run by Subba Media, is a fan-generated music and festival reviews platform. Mark tells us what aspirational business leaders can learn from the most well-known musicians in the industry


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