A sales, marketing and ad man with client side experience at Proctor & Gamble and Unilever
and then onto Soho to run an ad agency which helped Allied Lyons, Boots, Pretty Polly, Anchor Foods and others develop their trade marketing and consumer activities.
Along the way Chris has contributed towards the success of many marketing
initiatives and communications campaigns and for an array of
clients who range from corporate to ambitious start-ups.
Chris is one of the founding partners of Red Splash and with
his considerable background in FMCG, public transport and
OTC pharmaceuticals he makes a significant contribution to both
our strategic and creative services as well as driving company strategy.
Phil has a background in engineering but
moved into the world of IT with Hewlett-Packard during its
incredible growth period of the 1980's. Following various roles, he was ultimately responsible for the
European sales, marketing and consulting operations for one
of the company's
software divisions before leaving Hewlett-Packard to develop
and grow a number of other software organisations.
Phil is one of the founding partners of Red Splash and he
now heads up strategic development and oversees the
management of our larger projects. He also manages the
delivery of our digital solutions, including websites, and
the public relations campaigns that we run for our clients.
Kenny started off as a copywriter and progressed to Creative Director and Board Director at three London advertising agencies.
In this time he has worked on marketing some of the best known brands in the world like Mercedes-Benz, Sony, Canon, Honda, Hitachi and worked on famous FMCG brands for Nestlé, McVities, Bushmills, Kraft, Duracell and many others.
He has also won recognition both here and abroad for his work in TV, press, poster and radio. These have included awards from Campaign Press, D&AD, Creative Circle, Cannes, Clios and ILR Radio. For six years he was the Honorary Secretary of the Creative Circle and is a full member of D&AD.
Kenny has an innate ability to distil a range of complex product information into one simple compelling and memorable marketing message ensuring
that our client’s products and services stay ahead of their
Anthony has worked at board director level in large and small advertising agencies.
He has been involved in developing and managing campaigns ranging from TV to product sampling and PR to social media. This broad experience has involved him in market research, analysis and strategic planning across a wide range of media and industries. He has also managed award-winning campaigns and sat on IPA (Institute of Practitioners in Advertising) committees.
Anthony has worked with a broad range of clients including Vodafone, one2one, Norwich Union, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Reuters, Ricoh, Foods from Spain, Chubb Locks, Southern Water, the Royal Armouries Museum and Shell.
Anthony's in-depth understanding of the communications
business ensures that we always deliver the advice needed
to keep our clients at the forefront of their target market.
Sue started life in research at the ad agency DDB. As a director she ran the
market research office for the agency’s strategic planning department. Initially working in qualitative research, Sue worked with well known brands such as Dulux, COI, VW, British Gas and Sony
and also for emerging brands like Organix Babyfood and the launch of Innocent Smoothies. In addition, Sue’s team handled quantitative data for clients such as VW. When new technology arrived she developed online surveys for both client and agency use.
Sue also set up a research studio for hosting focus groups, interviews and usability studies.
More recently Sue has worked with a variety of companies
managing both qualitative and quantitative tasks ranging
from an online survey for a company in need of feedback on
initial pack designs through to interviews with potential
shoppers for a property developer opening a new shopping
Sue's broad experience helps the market research and
analysis needs of our
clients become more accessible whatever the size of their project.