Gecko shortlisted for Northern Marketing Awards

Following on from our success in the B2B awards we’re delighted to announce that we’ve also been shortlisted for the Northern Marketing awards for our work on the Peninsula acquisition campaign in not one but two categories: Best B2B campaign and Best Professional and...

Our new certification

We had some great news at Gecko HQ last week – we received our ISO27001:2013 certification! Our digital print & marketing automation services are largely driven by client data and we take our responsibilities to data security very seriously. While we were already...

Short listed for Best Website award!

We’re really excited to announce that our new website has been short-listed for Best Website in the B2B marketing awards! We’ve spent a lot of time applying the personalisation strategies we see working for our clients across our own marketing and the website was the...

Blowing our own trumpet…

We love our clients and work very hard to make sure that they’re happy so when we get a lovely testimonial like this we just have to share it! ‘I have had the pleasure of working with the Gecko team for over seven years. As a company, they offer an unparalleled level...

Think before you Tweet!

Corporate Gaffs have long been the lifeblood of any tabloid reporter. Probably the most quoted example was the “Doing a Ratner” comment in April 1991 whereby the then Chief Executive, Gerald Ratner gave a speech, (in his defence at a “private...

2013 Annual Gecko Conference

Getting all the guys together in one place is a pretty mean feat, however we regard this as one of the most important days in the calendar for Gecko as it means we can share our thoughts about the previous year and plan for the year ahead taking into consideration all...

Looking forward to a prosperous new year.

With 2012 now just a distant memory, many of us are now looking to what 2013 will hold. With no Olympics, Jubilee’s or other major showstoppers in the wings we may find it a little hard to adjust to what will just be another “normal” year. With the economy now heading...