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We are the family market.

... it's our Vista

To drive change, businesses need to know their target audience intimately. So you're in safe hands with us. Our network of families provide us with invaluable insights. When we tackle a client brief, we put the audience needs first. This is how we make connections and change behaviours.                                                                                                                                                                                          

Our beginnings.

Jane launched Vista in 2012, after 16 years in agencies of all shapes and sizes. Vista's vision came from sitting in 'integrated' marketing teams for leading FMCG businesses. Intimately knowing a target audience and understanding how they tick, seemed an improved strategy from the PR 'fog-horn-generic-media-list-press-release-distribution-machine' that she had witnessed. She believes that this approach to communications is now a necessity for brands to succeed in this uber-connected social world. Although, starting a PR agency wasn't on her radar. Until this happened. And everything fell into place. Click here to read Jolie's story.

 

 

 

 

Our values and mission.

Respect. Compassion. Ambition. We believe that if we share these values as a team, then they will become part of everyone’s experience when dealing with the company. Our mission? To fight off the almost unstoppable forces of mediocrity. In our creative work, our execution and our business processes.

A family brand.

We practice what we preach - our business operates with family at its heart. We run flexible working hours and every member of staff has an extra day holiday each year, to do something special with their family.

Our office is located within the bakery of a 16th century farmhouse in Oxfordshire. Our furniture was salvaged from recycling centres and we are careful to minimise resource-heavy office behaviours.

We respect our environment, and each other, because that’s how business should be.

 

Kathrine Switzer. The first woman to officially compete in a marathon in 1967. Four miles into the race, an official, Jock Semple, attempted to grab Switzer, yelling, “get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers" After she'd finished the race, she was disqualified and expelled from the athletics federation because she had run with men..