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Greenery comes to life with Airbnb for Colour of the Year

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YOTEL Launches #CleverTravel

Social call fuels traveller engagement

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Aaron’s Take: Riding with Purpose

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We are a global brand strategy agency that employs an interdisciplinary, design-thinking approach to marketing and communications. We synthesize the most impactful elements of PR, influencer engagement, social and digital media, and content marketing to help our clients identify and demonstrate their best ‘selves.’

MOREMORE

Yotel

Inspired by the luxury of first class travel and uncompromisingly designed around guests, YOTEL takes the essential elements of luxury hotels into smaller, cleverly-designed spaces to deliver smart technology, a sense of community and exceptional experience.

Amadeus

Kwittken was tasked with creating an integrated thought leadership campaign that identified the major trends and traveller groups driving growth for the travel industry in the next decade.

Pantone Color of the Year

The Pantone Color Institute was established by Pantone in 1986 to forecast future color direction and study how color influences human emotion. Through seasonal trend forecasts, custom color consulting and social commentary — most notably its annual Color of the Year program — the Institute is the preeminent thought leader on color. After 16 years, the PANTONE Color of the Year had emerged as a fun pop culture announcement, with media, consumers and the design industry looking for a splash of color to set a tone for the new year — but coverage often failed to connect the selection to the true intelligence offered by the global color authority or articulate Pantone’s business model.

The 2016 unveiling marked a momentous occasion: for the first time, Pantone selected two colors for its Color of the Year: Serenity and Rose Quartz.

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Kwittken Doubles Up at 2018 Big Apple Awards

The Kwittken New York team swam, biked and ran its way into summer, celebrating two award wins at the 2018 Big Apple Awards gala in New York City.
June 21, 2018
The Kwittken New York team swam, biked and ran its way into summer, celebrating two award wins at the
2018 Big Apple Awards gala in New York City. kwittken_2018 Big Apple Awards For 31 years, the Big Apple Awards – hosted by the New York City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America – have recognized excellence displayed in public relations and communications campaigns in the New York Metro region. Kwittken won two awards for its continued work with IRONMAN, the largest participation sports platform and in the world and home to some of the most challenging endurance races. IRONMAN has grown to become a global sensation, with more than 200 events across 50 countries. Kwittken won awards in both the Reputation and Brand Management and Marketing Consumer Services (Sports) categories, for its continued support in transforming the influence and inspiration of past finishers into IRONMAN’s single greatest recruitment driver. The team focused on identifying and amplifying the most incredible stories of existing IRONMAN athletes – from cancer survivors to war vets – through a high-impact, cross-platform media relations program that generated more than 1.5 billion impressions and resulted in growth amongst first-time participation. As triathlon season kicks into high gear, the team looks forward to elevating its storytelling efforts while continuing to share and embody IRONMAN’s core inspirational message – that truly ANTHING IS POSSIBLE®.

Kwittken London: Digging with Purpose

On the 13th of June, the Kwittken UK team took a break from our day-to-day work to fulfil the company’s pledge of helping the greater good as part of our purpose-led ethos.
June 14, 2018
Kwittken UK London | Team Purpose Day On the 13th of June, the Kwittken UK team took a break from our day-to-day work to fulfil the company’s pledge of helping the greater good as part of our purpose-led ethos. Joining wardens from the
Harrow Nature Conservation Forum at Stanmore Common, we keenly rolled-up our sleeves and prepared to get our hands dirty. The challenge? Helping park wardens protect a diverse habitat -- ridding an open copse of the common of fern, brambles and saplings, enabling heather and wild orchids to grow, insect life to thrive, birds to dwell and people to enjoy one of London’s great commons. Well versed in gritty growth plans, we got to work, swapping our phones for foliage and day jobs for a bit of mud shifting. The outcome? A stunning open patch of rich grassland and some happy wardens after a hard day’s work. As well as benefitting the community, the exercise served as a reminder that sometimes you have to roll up your sleeves and clear a few weeds to get some clarity. For us, the grass is always greener when you live with a little purpose. Editor's note: This article was originally published on LinkedIn by Kwittken UK Associate Director Jeremy Page. Connect with Jeremy here.

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