20 July 2022

Are football rebrands leading the field?

Sam Dunn, deputy creative director at MC2 We are proud to support a number of high-growth sporting brands. In this blog, our deputy creative director, Sam Dunn, shares his thoughts on what the latest string of football club rebrands reveal when it comes to the fight to attract and engage with fans both new and […]

26 May 2022

HubSpot Q&A: Lead generation strategies that work.

  We’re always looking for ways to expand our strategic marketing communications offering, and are committed to evolving our solutions around the needs of high-growth businesses. That’s why since 2015 we’ve offered digital marketing with a real focus on lead generation – covering paid social, PPC and SEO. But what if there was a way […]

23 May 2022

Stephen Church: ‘This is the moving decade for green infrastructure.’

By 2030, Greater Manchester should be known for being hyperconnected, clean and green. With the region’s goal of achieving Net-Zero by 2038, a green economy must be created by 2030 to deliver this carbon neutral promise. When we consider green infrastructure, the obvious and initial thought is transport. In its own right, this is incredibly […]

10 May 2022

Nile Henry: ‘Addressing Greater Manchester’s STEM skills gap.’

The Blair Project’s flagship ProtoEV STEM Challenge has supported more than 560 young people since its launch in 2014. The challenge gives young people from disadvantaged backgrounds knowledge and practical skills in renewable technologies through the retrofitting of petrol go-karts to e-karts. The Manchester Innovation Activities Hub (MIAH), due to open in Q3 2022, is […]

18 February 2022

Starting a new career with MC2

Content account executive Jess Sephton explains how she transitioned careers and settled into agency life Starting a new job can be daunting for anyone, never mind when you’re transitioning into something completely new. Coming from a law background, this was my first time interviewing for an agency role and the nerves were high. Like many […]

8 February 2022

Breaking barriers for female entrepreneurs

The corporate barriers and challenges faced by women in the UK is not ‘new’ news. Yet, the economic opportunity of a more balanced boardroom is more prevalent than ever before. Gender-related issues and outdated business models have dominated headlines in recent years. While psychological and societal pressures such as under-representation, low wages and pressure in […]

12 August 2020

A global perspective on the pandemic

While the last few months have forced us all to look, act and think local, it’s been fascinating to see how different cultures around the world have coped with the pandemic. How would Sweden’s strategy play out? Would the USA’s decision to open up early avert further economic damage or usher in a second wave? […]