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The Copywriter December 2011 – Season's Greetings

We can’t quite believe it’s nearly the end of 2011. Our first full year in London has flown by in a whirlwind of websites, annual reports, tone of voice workshops, brochures, email campaigns and lots more. The team has grown, with our Head of Copy, Jack, and three new copywriters on board, and with that our service offering and depth of knowledge has also developed. So we’re looking forward to 2012 – a year set to be full of exciting projects and developments!

Along with our stockings we’ll be hanging up our boots over the Christmas break. The office closes at the end of the 23rd and we’ll be back at our desks as of the 3rd January.

If you need to speak to us urgently during that time, please email harriette@strattoncraig.co.uk and nina@strattoncraig.co.uk and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Did you know…? Christmas is going digital

  • The Salvation Army is using smartphone technology to collect donations for the first time ever this year
  • Britons are expected to spend a record 350m hours online Christmas shopping this year
  • The sending of Christmas cards has started to decline in recent years – influencing factors include environmental concenrs, postage costs and of course, the impact that digital has had on the way we keep in touch with friends and family 

Once again, instead of sending Christmas cards, we’re donating to charity this year. Demelza Hospice Care for Children is a local charity supporting children and young people not expected to reach adulthood. Demelza gives them the opportunity to build wonderful memories with their families and undertake activities that they may not ordinarily be able to access. At a time of year that is focused so much on family, their purpose resonates with us all even more. If you’d like to find out more about their work visit www.demelza.org.uk

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