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A festive message from the founder

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I'm sure most of us have some experience of the challenges laid down in the current economic climate. During 2011 there have been many ups and downs as marketing budgets shrink and are re-evaluated.

The prolonged uncertainty outside the UK will continue to influence big brand spending and consumer behavior, however 2012 may usher in long-term alterations to our economy which could encourage greater consumer confidence to spend. I am confident that with the unabated growth in social media, online and experiential marketing disciplines, Kommando can continue to harness growth in these exciting areas. We aim to be at the forefront of innovation, developing new ways to bring businesses and consumers closer together, maximizing investments and engagement.

Having our finger on the pulse is one thing but making great ideas come to life relies upon the dedicated, hard work of our suppliers who continue to provide a first class service no matter how challenging the environment. Our valued promotional staff across the UK continue to raise the standards in the industry. We extend a warm thank you to all our colleagues from across the UK.

Finally to of all of our valued clients, we simply couldn't do it without you and we look forward to delivering you the kind of profile you deserve. We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.

In this month’s newsletter we’ve chosen a few of our best bits to round up the year and also included some free white papers!

Mark Evans, Founder of Kommando
Kommando create, measure and amplify Engaging Brand Experiences

TK Maxx

Giant Shopping lands in Glasgow

TK Maxx
Kommando have created an experiential campaign for TK Maxx to launch their latest flagship superstore.

Drama And Surprise

TV Channel Launch causes drama and surprise

Drama And Surprise
To launch their new TV channel, TNT placed a large red push button on a quiet square in a Belgium town. Next to the button was an invitation: "Push to add drama."