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Making online safer in the UK

We work with the Home Office on the integrated Cyber Aware campaign and deliver PR, partnership, content, social media and digital marketing. The objective is to make the UK a safer place to interact and do business online. We use a RICU behavioural audience segmentation and our own TGI insights; the campaign focuses on at-risk individuals and SMEs (micro and sole traders).

Bringing Paym to the masses

700,000 consumers registered for Paym within a month of the service going live.

Turning the world green to celebrate Ireland

Tourism is of huge importance to the Irish economy and 1 in 5 new jobs created since 2011 are in the tourism sector.

Raising awareness of preventable issues abroad

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) consular posts help people when they are abroad and run into any number of issues such as lost passports, drug/alcohol detentions, injury or loss of life. The campaign objective is to reduce preventable issues by driving awareness and changing behaviour.

Creativity in large places with Pandora

Pandora has worked with Four for many years to make maximum impact, targeting customers around their key concept stores, primarily in London and Manchester. It is currently the most successful volume jewellery business in the UK, leading with its iconic charm bracelets, providing quality at affordable prices.

Creating a stunning outdoor campaign for Costa Rica

Costa Rica appointed Four Travel as its first representation agency in the UK in 2016. Our work included composing a full brand review of Costa Rica’s positioning and completing consumer research. This research led to Four deciding to target a different audience for Costa Rica, changing from families to cultured travellers.

Helping people detect early signs of cancer with The Scottish Government

The campaign won two golds at the CIPRide Scotland awards for Best Public Sector campaign and Best Use of Media Relations.

Promoting a regal rubbish pick with Clean for the Queen

Fours objective was to create a nationwide news and social media campaign inspiring people to take part in the biggest ever clean-up event in advance of the Queen’s 90th birthday. Awareness was raised using a creative variety of media channels, including an active Twitter hashtag campaign, a nationwide school poster competition and the involvement of high-profile groups such as The Archers and The Only Way is Essex casts, plus a parliamentary launch at the House of Commons which saw almost 90 MPs photographed in the campaign t-shirts.

Celebrating amazing achievements of the Women Of The Year

We have been working with Women of the Year, the longest-running annual celebration of women, since 2011. Women of the Year Lunch & Awards 2016 was an outstanding success. Extensive coverage was achieved in high profile, quality media, including Mail Online which has an audience of over 247 million. Interviews with the winners were secured in outlets ranging from BBC Radio 5 Live ‘Daily’, Woman’s Hour BBC Radio 4, In Tune BBC Radio 3 and the Financial Times Weekend.

Nationwide publicity for Rugby World Cup 2015 trophy tour

Your hard work, commitment, and brilliant, meticulous planning made a massive contribution to the success of the Tour.


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