We’re Spoon, an award-winning creative content agency that helps our clients achieve the outcomes they need through clever and creative communications.
Our services fall into four broad categories:
People need information. They need facts, advice and, sometimes, a bit of reassurance that they’re making the right decision. They also need to be inspired, amused and delighted. Not necessarily all at the same time. You can meet those needs through insightful, engaging, relevant content that illuminates issues, answers questions or provides a spot of light entertainment. Producing content – be it editorial, podcasts, videos and everything in between – can be time-consuming, so let us do it for you.
Two small words that have come to mean so much in the world of business. Your stakeholders – from customers and clients to your employees – are out there talking, liking, linking and sharing. You can choose to be a bystander, or you can get involved and start shaping those conversations. We can develop your strategy and manage your daily activity.
Employee engagement isn’t just a ‘nice to have’; it also has a tangible effect on your bottom line. As with any communications activity, a proper employee engagement strategy requires commitment in terms of time and resources. That’s where we can help, either by getting things up and running, or by adding a little creative spark and expert manpower to deliver an existing strategy.
The challenge of finding the right employees is similar to finding the right customers. You have to communicate your brand values, personality and expertise to show why you’re worthy of their time and attention, which is where we can help.
Industry:Business Educational & Vocational Financial Insurance Internet Mining & Industrial Public Sector Utilities
Shelley is the agency director at content marketing agency Spoon London. With 18 years’ employee engagement strategy and delivery experience, she’s worked across the IT technology, telecommunications, ecommerce, financial, pharmaceuticals and energy industries. She’s passionate about the importance of communicating with staff so that they can help facilitate organisational success.
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