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Inoko brings you hand poured soy candles in an array of luxury fragrances. Held in stunning marble, timber or concrete vessels, Inoko candle refills are designed to be replaced at the end of the candle’s life. This ensures that your timelessly beautiful candle vessel will last you a lifetime. 

Marketing Eye used their expert team of marketing consultants to help develop a marketing strategy that matched Inoko’s essence by developing a tailor-made digital campaign through a website redevelopment and social media presence. The strategy also included print production of information leaflets and product guides for consumers.

When approached by Inoko, we had to develop their brand from the beginning. This begun with designing a website and digital assets that matched the designs of the candles. Using a similar colour and texture that epitomised their products and brand story we wanted to create a platform that would be synonymous with their brand.

Inoko

Inoko

Inoko

Inoko

Inoko
Published in Portfolio
Friday, 09 December 2016

The ultimate Christmas Party

I'm not one for a party as I quite like my own company and that of my closest friends. Other than the odd glass of champagne, I don't find drinking to be my vice either. So, when it comes to Christmas, if only everyone would agree that all the money involved should go to charity, I would be in my element.

I guess if I posed this question to my team, they would possibly agree, but this year has been a big one and they deserve their moment of letting loose and enjoying each other's company outside of work, celebrating their success.
Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Christmas gifts for clients and staff

I personally love giving gifts. It makes me happy to surprise people and show them that I care, or have remembered them in some way.
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 28 September 2011

What does a gift say about you?

If you are anything like me, I get embarrassed when people give me gifts. I much prefer to buy others gifts instead. I am not sure why this is the case and I am sure there is some psychological reason behind the fact that some people like giving and others like receiving.
Published in Marketing
Friday, 07 May 2010

The gift of giving

whitechristmas_gift-300x225Today I received the first call of the year from a client wanting to get organised with gifts for Christmas for key clients. 

You may think that he has allocated too much time to organise, but for many companies, the last minute rush means that not enough thought has gone into it and the gift really does not depict the type of relationship that exists with client and supplier.
Published in Management