Corporate Work

For many years I have worked helping to promote and market selected corporate brands. I have usually done this in association with The David Lewis Consultancy Ltd [known as DLC Research]. Clients who have sought this service include:

  • IKEA
  • Lloyds TSB
  • Marks and Spencer
  • Orange (now EE)
  • The Prince’s Trust
  • Thomas Cook
  • The Link
  • Spontex
  • Tambrands
  • Axa Finance
  • The Environment Agency
  • Brita Water Filters
  • New Covent Garden Foods
  • Total
  • Black and Decker
  • Wrigley’s
  • BT
  • QVC Television

The service can be big or small – a total off-the peg-campaign, or simply a radio day with me doing a batch of branded local broadcasts from my ISDN studio or at a studio of your choice and using your promotional material. A fuller operation would involve me devising and writing properly conducted surveys and studies, reporting the findings together with a full statistical analysis, helping where necessary to construct a targeted press release, lending my name to the research and providing a summarising quote to head the release as well as undertaking radio, tv and press interviews linked with the product or promotion or brand launch as desired.

The service is sharp, to the point and professional and we have had many satisfied customers who attest to this.  Most recently:

Phillip played a key role in raising awareness around a leading campaign, the Dadpreneur Movement, for in which he chaired a panel of high profile fathers on the issues and challenges faced by the modern working father.  He was a great asset to the activity and would come highly recommended.
Mollie Whichello – Senior PR Consultant at (20/10/2014)

Working with Phillip on QVC’s project about happiness was a pleasure. He added genuine insight to our research findings, which he delivered to a number of broadcasters with aplomb!   Sophie Nicholson, Account Manager, Hill+Knowlton Strategies (24/10/2014)


To obtain further information please email Phillip or visit

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