Ministry of Fish is a creative marketing agency based in Winchester, Hampshire. Specialising in branding, graphic design, digital, print, video production and event management. But we’re a different kettle of fish from the usual creative agencies; we’re vibrant and adaptable to your needs. We believe that creativity isn’t just in what something looks like – it’s also the thinking behind it.
We’ve got over 40 years experience between us in delivering B2B and B2C campaigns across retail, leisure, healthcare, pharmaceutical, fashion, automotive, financial and logistics brands. If you think we sound like the sort of people you’d like to spend some time talking to then please get in touch. We like nothing better that to stick our noses into other people’s business and have a good chinwag.
DESIGN & BRANDING
Creating something visually stunning is an art, but managing to combine it with a campaign that achieves its goals is a skill. Luckily, we’ve got a track record of making both of these happen and we’re happy to show you the proof either at your offices or ours.
Despite what was once said, print is still very much alive! We’re used to being asked for a fast turn around and deliveries across the UK or even worldwide. We’ll do our best to provide competitive quotes and can provide paper samples galore! Let us know what you need and we’ll get right on it.
Whether it’s capturing the best of a conference, a video to improve your visibility online, or a promotion video to let the public get a better understanding of what your business is about, we will storyboard, shoot and edit the BEST production to suit your budget.
Writing your email marketing strategy, utilising your social media channels effectively and planning your ongoing campaigns – whatever your objective is there are many ways of getting there – we are here to join the dots and support you every step of the way.
Need to get to grips with your digi side, set up a website, get involved with social media or simply refresh your current online marketing? Look no further… we have the know-how, the brains, the tools and the experience to help keep your brand standing strong in the digital world.
Creative, engaging, face to face events that match the core values of your brand or business. Whether you have 6 or 600 attendees, the number isn’t important- it’s the approach, flair and attention to detail that will ensure that your event goes off with a bang – whatever your buck!
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Fish Camera Action! is the video production division of Ministry of Fish.
We help businesses to make high quality, stylish and slick videos that deliver the right message – without hassle or high cost.
FishNet Events is the event management division of Ministry of Fish.
We deliver creative engaging face-to-face events that match the core values and messages of your brand or business.
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