May 2012

Launching a new brand in environmental services

FCC Environment

A new name in environmental services is set to change the way people think about waste.

FCC Environment is the offspring of WRG and Focsa – two long-standing waste management companies that have come together with international group FCC to create a sector-leading environmental service company.

The new organisation has five dedicated business units covering the collection, sorting, processing and recycling of waste, and the recovery of energy from waste.

FCC Environment

Corporate Culture was asked to create a brand that reflected FCC Environment’s game-changing strategy along the waste value chain. Our solution demystifies the company’s processes and services with a colour-coded, graphic-led approach.

The core proposition of what FCC Environment does is also captured in the company’s new strapline: from waste to resource.
  

Are you a web developer with ambition?

Corporate Culture is looking for a talented developer to join its rapidly-expanding digital team.

Reporting to the Head of Digital and based in the company’s Liverpool office, the successful candidate will have at least three years in an agency environment.

You will be focused on delivering high-quality work on time, on budget, and for a range of client and internal projects.

The ideal candidate will be comfortable with developing both front- and back-end solutions. They will be experienced with standards-compliant and accessible HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and be looking to utilise the latest tools and techniques such as responsive layouts and LESS.

Knowledge of developing solutions either from the ground up using object-oriented PHP and MySQL, or customising open-source platforms such as Drupal and Wordpress, is also essential. Experience of social media integration and mobile app development would be very advantageous.

As a valuable member of the studio you will be expected to help shape the massive variety of projects from a strategic level all the way to pitch and delivery. As such you must be competent dealing directly with people formally and in a creative environment.

As a member of the digital team it will be your responsibility to keep abreast of the lastest developments in the industry and help apply them to our projects – proactively expanding the digital offer.

This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to help shape the future of the UK's top social marketing and behaviour change agency.

To apply, please send your CV, plus at least three examples of recent work with details of your contribution to the projects, to andrew.malone@corporateculture.co.uk

Agencies need not respond. 

Increasing participation in fencing

British Fencing wants to radically increase regular participation in the sport, by providing offers that better retain those who try fencing, and creating entry level offers that meet the needs of those who want to try the sport for the first time.

Corporate Culture was commissioned to help British Fencing gain a thorough understanding of its primary target audience groups in a way that could actively inform the development or refinement of the sport’s core strategy and range of offers.

To gain this understanding, we developed and delivered a bespoke online questionnaire with the target audience groups, focussing on their attitudes, perceptions and needs from sporting experiences and fencing. The results have revealed fascinating insights into opportunities to increase awareness and participation.
  

Developing a CR identity for Ecclesiastical Insurance

Ecclesiastical Insurance commissioned Corporate Culture to develop a CR identity as part of a celebration of the organisation’s commitment to giving and its renewed focus on communities during its 125th anniversary year.


Part of this work involved the development of a look and feel for Ecclesiastical Insurance’s landmark employee volunteering and grant-giving scheme.

Core engagement materials were created to launch these campaigns with colleagues, including an employee volunteering handbook and a fold-out planner showcasing the legacy of Ecclesiastical Insurance's community and charity work over the past 125 years, as well as its visions and goals for the future.

We are now working with Ecclesiastical Insurance to help bring their vision for 2012 and beyond to life for colleagues and wider audiences.