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Bringing stories to life, through print, digital, broadcast and design.

"A great bunch of people who deliver time and time again. Full of ideas and led by a real dynamo, we've been working with ROUS+ for over 10 years now and they continue to impress."

Ben Hughes, BOTB

"I have used ROUS+ for many years and I have seen the business grow from a passionate one man band with a vision into a fully fledged world beating full service agency. They remain closely engaged with their clients ensuring they receive the best strategic advice. Regardless of where you are based I would certainly consider them. It is not surprised to see more brands switch to this agency."

Julian Scriven, Brompton Bike Hire

"Nathan and his team at ROUS+ have worked on a broad range of our marketing and PR. They are helping us be more focused when engaging our customers and getting our message out via TV, radio, twitter, facebook, print and digital media. I highly recommend them, you'll be amazed how much they know."

Andrew Huxley, Besblock

Wenlock Spring is making great strides in sustainability, especially through its returnable/refillable bottles - so we're sure they make a splash across mainstream and trade press.

Taking you back to the Swinging 60s, we worked with BCLM to promote its latest development - the highstreet of bygone days - landing coverage on BBC's The One Show as well as across print and broadcast media.

Millions of people saw Merrythought celebrate 90 years of production, with TV, print and online coverage - including a factory visit from This Morning presenter Alison Hammond, who made her own Holly and Phil bears that were presented live on air.

We keep Wrekin College at the centre of national conversations across the education sector - from national coverage of exam results to calling out criticism of the "snowflake generation" and the education of displaced Ukrainian students.

In the run up to the COP26 conference in Glasgow, we took the 'birthplace of the Industrial Revolution' out of its comfort zone to discuss its part in climate change. We also worked with the Trust and partners on the Festival of Imagination, reaching more than 4 million people and drawing in 15,000 people over two weeks.