Corporate communications through a cultural lens.

We are a brand reputation agency informed by cultural insights and run by an experienced team.   

We come from big agencies and journalism, and understand how to tell compelling stories that cut through the noise.

Our experience ranges from blue chip corporates to fashion and lifestyle brands, and we specialise in both promoting and protecting reputations.

We are part of The Casbah – one of the UK’s largest independent marketing groups.

Prepare.

MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT

SCENARIO PLANNING 

RISK ASSESSMENTS

CRISIS PLANS 

MEDIA TRAINING

CAMPAIGN PLANNING

Promote.

PUBLICITY  & BROADCAST

CAMPAIGN EXECUTION

PARTNERSHIPS 

TALENT PLACEMENT

EXECUTIVE PROFILING 

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Protect.

MONITORING

STRATEGIC COUNSEL

STATEMENTS

Q&A

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

BRAND RECOVERY 

PocDoc

We worked with PocDoc to launch its 10-minute, £10 COVID-19 testing service.  We identified a gap in the saturated news agenda and secured coverage on

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Unknown Pleasures

Oliver Peyton launched his Ready to Drink cocktail company, Unknown Pleasures, in October and spoke to Bloomberg’s Laura Wright about the new product, watch here.

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Go Henry

For gohenry, we identified an increase in kid-preneurs during lockdown and secured a slot in The i for an amazing 14-year-old case study who runs

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De Beers

We worked with the diamond mining giant De Beers to announce its 2030 Building Forever sustainability goals, securing coverage across top-tier titles such as BBC

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Property

As COVID-19 saw many escape the city during the pandemic, we saw an increase in media covering alternative home destinations and staycation options in England.

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Olympia

Olympia announced AEG as one of the first tenants of the £1.3 billion redevelopment of the 14-acre Olympia site securing coverage in The Times.  Coverage

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Hannah Walsh

Hannah is THREESIXTY's Communications Director. Having worked in broadcast journalism, lifestyle and destination PR, corporate communications and, more recently, senior level issues, crisis and reputation management at Hill + Knowlton Strategies, she brings breadth of experience to the role. She has provided strategic counsel and led campaigns for brands that include Shell, adidas, P&G, intu, Duracell, Associated British Foods, Avon and Mondelez. An experienced trainer, she has developed and delivered media, issues management and message delivery sessions for senior executives at companies including Intel, GSK, Givaudan and Unisys. Hannah has experience in working on PR campaigns for international firms and coordinating project delivery across multiple markets. She has led on sponsorship launches and events; supported companies on reformulations, recalls and contaminations and managed on compliance, change management and data control issues.

Oliver Wheeler

Oliver is the CEO of THREESIXTY, the communications agency that he co-owns with the Casbah Group.   Oliver was previously head of communications at a global ticket business with responsibility for public relations and public affairs, and company spokesperson.    Prior to that he spent seventeen years at freuds where he founded the corporate and reputation department, representing clients in the UK and internationally such as PepsiCo, Nike, Disney and Unilever as well as high profile individuals.   Prior to freuds, Wheeler worked at Chime Communications, under Lord Bell.

Rob Lester

Rob is THREESIXTY’s Managing Director, having joined the agency in 2018 to launch its Reputation department.  He has 20 years’ media experience in PR and journalism, and has held senior roles at Good Relations and Hill+Knowlton, where he worked with global brands such as adidas, P&G, Shell, HSBC and LG Electronics. Rob specialises in promoting and protecting the reputations of brands and individuals, drawing on his background as an award-winning journalist.  He has written for almost every national newspaper in the UK, including The Times, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Sun and Daily Mirror – and has also worked for Sky television.

Danni Keane

Danni is THREESIXTY’s Business Director, having joined the company in 2018 to lead on consumer work within the agency. She has 10 years’ experience across consumer brands, ranging from fashion and luxury, to F&B and consumer lifestyle through to FMCG. Having spent a number of years freelancing, Danni has worked independently as a consultant, as well as for many of London’s agencies including Mission Media, W Communications and FleishmanHillard. Now, Danni applies consumer and cultural thinking to work across the business. She provides strategic support on campaigns that straddle both the corporate and consumer worlds, with a focus on client growth.