Mix is not normally in the lost-and-found business - but we were
intrigued to hear from Barbara Jacobs, client services director of
Endacott RJB Marketing.
Some weeks ago, it appears, somebody left an impressive A1, black
portfolio in the foyer of Endacott’s Great Pulteney Street offices. It
hung around for a couple of days while Barbara waited for somebody to
claim it. Eventually, she took a look inside and found a thorough,
region by region analysis of associated independent stores, obviously
intended for a pitch.
Having ascertained that it had nothing to do with Endacott or with its
neighbours at Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Barbara approached Mix. The signs
are that it belongs to an agency or media company keen to demonstrate to
somebody that it has an excellent reach to independent stores.
Does it sound familiar? Were you, perhaps, the client who received a
presentation lamentably short on detail from one particular contender?
Barbara is intrigued to know how it found its way to Endacott’s office
and would be delighted to return it to its rightful owner. Phone her on
0171-439-8591 - to spare any blushes, she is quite happy to keep the
whole business anonymous. Meanwhile, we’ll be keeping a sharp eye out
for any press releases announcing that Endacott has just won a big piece
of retail business...