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The return of the catalogue?

We have seen non-essential retail stores closed for a significant proportion of 2020, and this has left retailers with a challenge on how they can promote their often-vast product ranges to their existing and potential customers.

This year at TwentyCi we have been running programmes which have a higher proportion of direct mail as part of the media mix than ever before, with retailers favouring formats larger than an A5 postcard.

May 26, 2017

BAR Conference 2017

Matt Hawkins and Sue Schonberger last week attended the BAR Conference 2017. This year the event was held in Cardiff, at the Marriott Hotel, from 18th-20th May. We caught up with Matt and Sue to...

May 24, 2017

Customer Engagement Summit 2017

TwentyCi Planning Director, Danny Crowe, will be taking to the stage on 7th June at the 8th Annual Customer Engagement Summit, hosted by The Retail Bulletin. 

May 18, 2017

Delving into Data 13: UK Housing Market [Infographic]

For this edition of Delving into Data we have created a handy infographic showing the latest housing market figures across the UK*

May 16, 2017

Targeting is the key to battling the Brexit Bite

In a recent feature, Targeting is the key to battling the Brexit Bite, our Commercial Director, Nick McConnell discusses how better targeted marketing can help companies deal with Brexit related...

May 12, 2017

Top tips for tracking and retaining website visitors [Infographic]

There is no denying the value of website traffic, but how do you harness visits to turn your website browsers into profitable customers? We've created a handy infographic with our top tips on how...

May 08, 2017

Delving into Data 12: General UK Market Analysis

In this edition of Delving into Data, we take a general look at data for the whole of the UK property market*.

May 02, 2017

New Housebuilder Industry April Headlines

A roundup of April's latest headlines from the UK's new housebuilder industry