WELCOME TO OUR VILLAGE
Here at The Village we pride ourselves on our commitment to helping our clients have meaningful conversations with their customers. Fundamentally we believe in relationships and transparency, which is why you’ll see communications in our company name rather than agency.
We have the agility, passion and enthusiasm of a start-up, underpinned by the resources, tools and relationships you’d expect from a big ‘group’ agency – this means our strategic media planning and competitive media buying offers an unbeatable combination of nimble, cut-through thinking and results-driven delivery.
Behind every campaign we create is a big, memorable idea – one that gives our clients cut-through and helps them create better, more valuable relationships with their customers. Have a look at some of our work, and let us know what you think.
We have an open and honest approach to all our trading relationships and this helps us consistently deliver the best value for money for our clients: don’t just take our word for it.
There’s a reason we have such long-standing relationships with our clients – our strategic approach, the quality of our work and the commitment of our people results in brilliant results again, and again, and again.
ABOVE & BEYOND
Our start point is always how we help our clients have meaningful conversations with their customers: this means we’ll often recommend strategies that go above and beyond traditional solutions, and it’s why you’ll see communications in our company name, rather than media. Of course, without blowing our own trumpet, we’re terrific at the conventional stuff you’d expect from a media agency too.
Ideas born of insight are the life-blood of our work. From the simple yet effective plan of using the key digital sites along the M4 to wish the Glenfiddich Walking With The Wounded Team luck as they set off for Everest from Heathrow, to connecting with Cointreau’s fashion-passionate consumer by partnering with ELLE on the first ever Cointreau/ELLE fashion bursary for breakthrough designer Simone Rocha, if it’s not about the idea, it isn’t Village.