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Published on February 28, 2012

StockdaleMartin Undertake Important Research

At StockdaleMartin we always want to give a little back to our regular blog readers, and so we have decided to undertake some very important consumer research which we would love to receive your feedback and updates on. Claire (one of our talented designers) recently returned from a holiday in Australia and with her she brought […]

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Published on February 23, 2012

StockdaleMartin Materials Nominated for Pharmacy Award

We have just found out that a series of materials we designed and produced for one of our Healthcare Clients has been nominated for a prestigious ‘OTC Marketing Award’.  The award is for the Best OTC Pharmacy Support Package and is one of their few non-entered for awards, so our materials have been selected by […]

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Published on February 21, 2012

Our top tips for Dental Marketing

Ever wondered what the best way is to communicate with the public on oral health issues? How to approach dental professionals? Or create lasting client relationships? We have the answers right here! We’ve been busy devising a list of top dental marketing tips from our lovely owners, Ed and Tracy, who really know their stuff. […]

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Published on February 9, 2012

Newly promoted Rachel attends the POY 2012 Awards

Account Manager, Rachel and one of our clients recently attended the TNS Consumer Product of the Year 2012 dinner for a night full of prizes and entertainment. The winners of the evening were voted for by more than 9,000 UK consumers and brands were chosen for their great products. The awards night recognised the work […]

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Published on January 20, 2012

Announcing “The Dental Landscape”!

Here at StockdaleMartin we’ve got a bit of a reputation for knowing our way around the world of dentistry, and our clients come to us for our insight into the dental landscape – the facts and figures. Well – drum roll – we’d like to announce The Dental Landscape, a booklet packed full of handy […]

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Published on November 25, 2011


High Dynamic Range photography (HDR) seems to be the big new thing on the horizon, adopted on the iPhone 4 and becoming prolific on digital stills and camcorders. I thought I would take a look at this medium and try my hand at it for fun. Basically HDR is a technique where you take many […]

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Published on November 16, 2011

Find your inner typographer

A friend of Andre’s happened on this little game on the internet last week. The point of the game is to test your spatial awareness – particularly the space in between the letters of words. In typographic parlance this spacing is called kerning, and it’s particularly important in larger type like headings and logos. If […]

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Published on November 10, 2011

Rachel Tucker – Cert IDM!

Rachel earned some new letters – ‘Cert IDM’ – after her name  last Friday as she graduated, in the learned environs of the Royal Geographical Society, from her course in Direct and Digital Marketing from the Institute of Direct Marketing. The course provides a thorough insight into the principles of direct marketing, and Rachel is excited […]

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Published on November 7, 2011

Dog in distress? Maybe they need a Thundershirt!

Lottie, Tracy’s canine companion, came in for a rather stylish surprise last week in the run up to Bonfire Night. Her new Thundershirt – modelled by Lottie herself above – is not merely a piece of doggy haute couture. Its snug fit is aimed at preventing anxiety and providing reassurance in stressful situations, such as […]

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Published on November 2, 2011

Movie marketing goes…Bacterial?

The movie Contagion was released on the big screen last week, and in Canada at least it was heralded by one of the cleverest billboards we have seen for a long time. A poster was created using bacterial and fungal cultures attached to the stencilled word ‘Contagion’. The poster was erected in an empty store […]

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