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Following on from the high bar setting of Storytelling, our second high bar School of Life lesson brought us back to Having Your Way With Words.  This was run by John Simmons, our course leader and respected independent writer, consultant and communication business director, who highlighted how vital it is for us to write creatively.

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The new term of School of Life started recently, and the opening session set the bar high.  John Weich, who has worked in both ad creative and magazine publishing industries, gave a talk that summarised the findings of his new book, Storytelling on Steroids. At  a time when every communications agency has seemingly adopted storytelling as the mantra for how to produce creative and get consumers to engage with brands, this was a genuinely useful and well-delivered presentation.

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In the latter half of the 20th Century the retail landscape changed significantly, from giving the consumer a personalised experience in their local butcher to being surrounded by branded stores on today’s high-street. This trend only accelerated in the 21st Century with only 1 of 565 large grocery stores that opened between 2001 and 2006 being independent, whereas the vast majority (99.5%) were opened by large multiple retailers. This process has generally led to a less personalised service and increasingly shallow customer retailer relationships.

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Our people are passionately wired into understanding our clients’ business, their customers & the evolving media landscape. We continually challenge to deliver growth.

Our Clients

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  • kettle
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  • networkrail
  • 2012
  • iPaper iNewspaper - Walker Media client
  • haribo
  • vision
  • sony
  • kfc
  • halfords
  • taco-bell
  • m and s bank
  • evening
  • eastmidlands
  • centreparcs
  • viking
  • Ladbrokes
  • pottermore
  • fitflop
  • nfu
  • mandarin
  • mission
  • zeo-logo
  • butchers
  • cyprus
  • travelex
  • NJOY logo for walker media client
  • georgia
  • oris
  • one
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Founded in 1998, Walker Media has built its business on the principle of Client Centricity, because no two clients are the same.

About Us

Our strong retention record is testament to this approach and sits at twice the industry average. Over half of our clients have been with us for more than 5 years and our five largest clients have all been with us for more than 7.

Clients retain us because in a constantly changing consumer, business and media environment, we continually challenge for growth. We believe we do this better than any other because of our absolute understanding and proximity to our clients’ business, and because our systems, structures and practices are all rooted in ‘client centricity’.

Our structure places clients at the centre surrounded by brilliant, entrepreneurial media experts attracted to, and developed by a company culture rooted in challenge and curiosity; our people are experts charged with delivering the highest levels of service and the creation of plans built on exceptional insight.

Client centricity demands a collaborative approach to all processes so with you, and with other trusted suppliers, our primary objective is always focused on growing your market share, not our share of your business.

Our unique, transparent trading approach, where we never wholesale media and always retain the ultimate sanction, guarantees that the changing shape of your plan is never compromised or distorted. We deliver the optimum strategy, at the best price, impeccably.

 

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Our Blog

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Following on from the high bar setting of Storytelling, our second high bar School of Life lesson brought us back to Having Your Way With Words.  This was run by John Simmons, our course leader and respected independent writer, consultant and communication business director, who highlighted how vital it is for us to write creatively.

Read More >
school-of-life-hero

The new term of School of Life started recently, and the opening session set the bar high.  John Weich, who has worked in both ad creative and magazine publishing industries, gave a talk that summarised the findings of his new book, Storytelling on Steroids. At  a time when every communications agency has seemingly adopted storytelling as the mantra for how to produce creative and get consumers to engage with brands, this was a genuinely useful and well-delivered presentation.

Read More >
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In the latter half of the 20th Century the retail landscape changed significantly, from giving the consumer a personalised experience in their local butcher to being surrounded by branded stores on today’s high-street. This trend only accelerated in the 21st Century with only 1 of 565 large grocery stores that opened between 2001 and 2006 being independent, whereas the vast majority (99.5%) were opened by large multiple retailers. This process has generally led to a less personalised service and increasingly shallow customer retailer relationships.

Read More >
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Last week I built a responsively designed app that could establish my current location and calculate the distance from my destination. The app was coded using HTML, CSS, APIs and Javascript – three languages that I have a basic understanding of (i.e. I could puck them out from the source code if asked to) but I’ve never actually written in the language before.  Although my app is rough around the edges (with the best colour scheme ever) it did actually work and allowed me to check into my target destination. A great sense of achievement for someone who has never coded before.

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Current Vacancies

Graduate Planner/Buyer: Screen & Performance

Our rapidly expanding Screen team is looking for two bright, energetic and inquisitive graduates. You will need to have a flair and a passion for all things ‘Screen’ and be keen to work in one of the most digitally progressive, integrated teams in London. Please apply to opportunities@walkermedia.com

Paid Search Manager

Do you have well-developed Paid Search skills and knowledge of the latest Search best-practice? Knowledge and experience in the retail sector is advantageous along with good data analysis skills. You must have the ability to communicate complicated concepts simply and have a desire to think more strategically about Paid Search and how it integrates as part of the overall media mix. Please contact zoea@walkermedia.com to find out more.

 

Graduates

Walker Media has a long standing track record of recruiting some of the best graduates in the industry. We are currently looking for bright, ambitious candidates who want to become a part of our future success.

You will need have a strong degree (or be forecast one) and be able to demonstrate a firm understanding of the advertising business and why media interests you more than most. Beyond this, creativity, enthusiasm, energy, commitment and a real sense of team spirit will help you to stand out amongst others.

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We are firmly committed to training & development and all successful applicants will join our 24 month graduate training programme which will give you experience working in any one of our Planning & Buying, Screen, Performance and Insight teams. You will also be enrolled onto the IPA Foundation Certificate Programme.

You will be rewarded with a competitive salary, reviewed regularly across the programme, a host of many other benefits and the opportunity for rapid career progression.

Our core 2013 graduate intake is now complete. Watch this space for news on joining us in 2014.

 

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Simon Davis, Chief Executive

+44 (0)207 447 7503

simonda@walkermedia.com

Phil Georgiadis, Chairman

+44 (0)207 447 7585

philg@walkermedia.com

Nicki Hare, Vice Chairman

+44 (0)207 447 7585

nickih@walkermedia.com

Walker Media

Middlesex House 34 - 42
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+44 (0)207 447 7500

info@walkermedia.com