KISS

KISS

KISS is the creative agency that clarifies the complex.

Address: St John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 0WS
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.kisscom.co.uk
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

About KISS Communications 

www.kisscom.co.uk

KISS is the creative agency that clarifies the complex. We work with the organisations that are changing the world, putting customer experience at the heart of our strategy, creativity and activation.

At KISS we keep it successfully simple. Our proven ability to cut through the complexity and deliver stand out results has enabled us to build our reputation and win a fantastic family of clients in Science, Technology, Education and affiliated sectors.

Our expert team of specialists in strategy, branding, advertising, digital and public relations work side-by-side to create and deliver distinctive ideas that surprise our clients, worry the competition and add value to their business.

KISS is a member of the PROI, the world’s largest partnership of independent agencies, giving us access to leading agencies in 100 cities across five continents and enabling us to deliver international campaigns driven by local expertise and knowledge.

KISS: Keep It Successfully Simple.

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KISS Digital

Every business needs online.

KISS Advertising

Don't hit your target with a blunt instrument.

KISS Public Relations

KISS Public Relations is an agency built on the principle of keeping things simple.

KISS Social Media

KISS Social Media

We approach social media in the same way that we work with our clients, with a dedication to delivering insightful communications solutions, helping our clients to capitalise on their commercial opportunities. Our strategy planner will ensure that any social media engagement is integrated into the rest of your marketing.

KISS Exhibitions

We enable you to capitalise on your investment by creating a show-stopper that dramatises your proposition. And fits with all your other promotional activity.

Proof we’ve done our job is a stand you can’t get anywhere near.

KISS Future

When your vision is clear so is your future.

KISS Design

The best solutions are often the simplest ones.

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Three reasons transparency is vital: anger, villages and tomatoes

From Triodos Bank to Abel and Cole’s organic food, some brands have made their values clear and made transparency a priority.

22 January 2018Read in full

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From university to agency

Hannah Room, Account Executive at KISS, explains how she secured a graduate job and talks about her career journey so far.

8 January 2018Read in full

Lions

Discourse, debate and disagreement: how to work in 2018

Perhaps one of the biggest conversations of 2017 was about conversation itself. What was allowed to be spoken and where? Who could speak about which topics?

6 January 2018Read in full

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If you want my attention, then mirror me

Writer Sathnam Sangeera talked movingly in a recent interview of visiting Wolverhampton public library at the age of ten and finding a book by Hanif Kureshi: “It was the first time I saw a book by a brown person and I thought ‘people like me write books!’”.

5 January 2018Read in full

'Do something great' - in lights

What inspires you?

As one of the main sponsors, KISS had the opportunity to be a part of the judging panel of the Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Young People of the Year (YOPEY) awards 2017.

3 January 2018Read in full

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The demise of stuff?

It’s a fact. We’re all buying less stuff. But we’re still spending more. The past decade has seen the gradual rise of the so-called ‘experience economy’. A new world order where personal and social engagement has grown and flourished, nibbling away at our insatiable appetite for ‘things’ on their relentless journey to the recycling centre, or landfill.

3 January 2018Read in full

What GDPR means for marketing

What GDPR means for marketing

Another heavyweight acronym has entered the scene: GDPR. It stands for General Data Protection Regulation, and a lot has already been written about what it is and why it is, but the big question is: what does it mean for marketers?

6 December 2017Read in full

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Christmas advertising on both sides of the pond

What can American Christmas ads learn from our tear-jerking ones?

6 December 2017Read in full

New year calendar in hand

Brand articulation: new year, new you?

How well do you know your brand?

5 December 2017Read in full

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Black Friday or black hole? It’s a strategic decision

Black Friday: an added stress over customer experience

28 November 2017Read in full

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