A Pack Stronger Together.
Our strategy practice helps businesses deal with big problems caused by proactive and reactive change.
Organisations facing change, through merger, acquisition, reconfiguration, investment or transformation can only realise their ambitions through engaging with their internal and external stakeholders.
We believe communications is the bridge that helps organisations to change, translating the business strategy from concept to reality. Our role is to develop the communications strategy and deliver the tactics that enable organisations to make the change happen.
Our House of Brands.
In bringing together Big Cat and spottydog communications we have formed a new group – The Company of Leopards and within our group we are operating three distinct practices. It means we can offer clients strength and depth in marketing communications, from strategic consultancy through to business-as-usual tactical delivery.
Anthony is an agency owner obsessed with marketing effectiveness. He found Big Cat, a Birmingham-based multidisciplinary creative agency in 2000 and has shepherded its growth over the past 20 years. Anthony is West Midlands Regional Head for the Institute for Practitioners in Advertising (IPA), the professional body, representing the advertising industry, incorporated by Royal Charter. As Co-CEO of Leopard Co, Anthony's vision is to build a high-performing team of smart consultants that can support organisations on their growth, transformation and innovation journeys.
Founder & CEO of spottydog communications and Vice-President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. Chartered CIPR PR Practitioner, former PRCA DARE Industry Leader of the Year, CIPR UK Board Director and Guest lecturer at Birmingham City University, University of Leicester and Leicester De Montfort. Rachel is proud that in ten years, an awesome portfolio of consumer, b2b and public sector clients has been developed with a now 20-strong team, chalking up 30 industry awards, including Midlands Outstanding Consultancy of the Year twice.
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