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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.

August 29, 2018

Twenty Twenty Vision - Delving into Data 36: University Towns & Cities

A recent article by Business Insider highlighted some of the cheapest university cities for students in the UK. With A-Level results recently released we took the opportunity to look into three of...

August 20, 2018

TwentyCi & Eyeota Deliver Enriched Homemover Audiences

August 17, 2018

Omnichannel Marketing - Our top 5 tips

At TwentyCi, we recognise the importance of omnichannel programmes as an extremely important marketing approach - and as a concept that is likely to only continue to grow in the coming years. With...

August 09, 2018

Which areas do houses sell the most quickly?

Which? have recently published an article based on TwentyCi's data from the release of our Q2 Property and Homemover Report. The report found that there’s a huge difference of 133 days between...

August 03, 2018

Twenty Twenty Vision - Delving into Data 35: Coastal Towns

With all of our recent sunny weather in the UK, many people may be increasingly tempted to give up the city life and head for the coast. Alternatively, perhaps a coastal property to rent out is...