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.

man at sunset

GDPR and a framework for the future

Adam Andrews, Head of Digital at KISS, writes: To kick things off, a confession: when I first heard of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the new rules that will change how businesses handle personal data when they come into force on the 25th May, my initial reaction was cynicism.

6 March 2018Read in full

photo montage

The big picture: images for marketers

It’s an overused cliché, but a picture does tell a thousand words. So for the creative industries, great images are the lifeblood of much of our work, and will often determine the success, or failure, of a project.

27 February 2018Read in full

hands holding smartphone

How Facebook really knows what you want

User data is set to be one of the hottest topics of discussion among marketers in 2018, as the industry continues to utilise it for effective targeting and engages with developments like GDPR. And aside from the statistics, you can tell just how powerful user data has become from some of the anecdotes that have emerged online.

22 February 2018Read in full

hearts

Letting go of lost loves

There are going to be some very different attitudes to today. Many people will be proving their undying love through candlelit dinners and roses, or cuddly hearts and hearty cuddles. Others will be commiserating or celebrating their ‘single’ status with a very large drink. Some will just dismiss the idea of Valentine’s Day altogether.

14 February 2018Read in full

Msn standing on precipice

What does Brexit mean for the media and entertainment sector?

Much has been written regarding Brexit, and the impact this will have on some of our leading industries, including retail, farming, automotive and finance. But what does it mean for our creative sector, particularly media and entertainment?

14 February 2018Read in full

Helen Richardson-Walsh/credit: World Sports Pics

How living your brand values can turn a lead into gold

Values. Look at any major brand from any industry, be it Google or Airbnb, Coca-Cola or Starbucks, and you’ll see that they have a set of them. The importance of these values in terms of building relationships with consumers is clear – as Howard Schultz, the Starbucks CEO, said: “If people believe they share values with a company, they will stay loyal to the brand.”

8 February 2018Read in full

Sue Cartwright joins as Account Director at KISS

Sue Cartwright joins as Account Director at KISS

KISS has continued to expand its senior management experience with the appointment of Sue Cartwright as Account Director. Sue joined the team in November to manage various new business wins.

8 February 2018Read in full

Hot metal type

We’re all Fontaholics

Richard Bland, Executive Creative Director at KISS, writes: Before I start droning on about the power of fonts and how they influence the way we see words, let’s get one thing clear: a font is not a typeface. A font is a family of typefaces with similar characteristics, while a typeface is just a single member of that family. If that helps.

6 February 2018Read in full

Why I’m not going on a diet

Why I’m not going on a diet

We’re almost at the end of January, and I haven’t yet broken a New Year’s resolution. I’ve eaten the occasional biscuit and leftover Quality Street, and definitely enjoyed some good red wine. But I have nothing to feel guilty about.

30 January 2018Read in full

pouring a drink in a cocktail bar

Porn Star Martini or a Prosecco?

Jane Kroese, Account Director at KISS, writes: On a recent work social, I spotted a colleague supping a delectable looking cocktail…accompanied by a shot of Prosecco. Too tempting to resist. On further investigation (to use the technical term: sampling) I discovered this delight was called a Porn Star Martini.

23 January 2018Read in full

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