Grammatik is a full-service marketing and creative agency focused on the technology and creative industries. We offer clients a team of focused specialists that deliver strategy, campaigns, content and creative.
Founded in late 2014 by Ian Tomalin-Hall, a PR and marketing manager with experience across sectors including creative software, finance, and the public sector, Grammatik's goal is to disrupt the stale agency model and offer clients real value through focused and thoughtful tactics tailored to the digital age.
Based out of its East London headquarters, Grammatik's core team of ten and industry specialists serve a wide range of global clients that include cloud tech giants, cutting-edge visual effects studios, hardware manufacturers and more.
The team is made up of technology-passionate individuals with diverse marketing skill sets and specialisms. Clients buy into the whole team with access to a wide array of services at all times and can choose to work on a campaign-based or retainer model.
The company has worked with more than 40 clients around the globe and continues to expand and grow into new areas and industries, while also maintaining its core passion to bring creative thinking to the masses.
Ian has worked across content, digital and product marketing in a wide variety of industries, including technology, finance, travel and media. A former journalist with an entrepreneurial spirit, he headed up PR & Comms for global creative software creator, Foundry, though a major acquisition by Carlyle Group and three years of rapid worldwide growth.
Ian founded Grammatik in late 2014, with a vision to take smart, integrated marketing to the technology and creative industries. As CEO, Ian has grown and continues to develop a team of experts and smart, focused talent. He splits his time between client strategy and pushing the company towards new and exciting directions.
Chris has a robust background in editorial, publishing and content marketing. He was a former journalist at the south coast’s Imagine Publishing (now Future), and drove 3D Artist’s online following and magazine readership during his two years as Editor. Prior to joining Grammatik, Chris delivered copy for the Press Association’s growing content marketing arm.
Chris joined Grammatik in 2015, bringing his experience to bear across the tone and messaging of all agency comms. He plays an integral role across content, PR, strategy, and digital, ensuring all clients receive efficient and effective service, while also supporting the growth and development of Grammatik as a business.
Adam’s career includes both in-house and agency side experience growing tech companies at start-up, SME and Enterprise levels.
His developed experience in strategy, digital marketing, PR, strategic partnerships and effective B2B and B2C campaigning stem from experiences including work with brands such as Sony Electronics and Amazon Web Services as well as service companies such as LiveStyled.
He now works to oversee all tech client strategy and tactical execution with a focus on growth, engagement and education for clients and their users.
A design and technology industry veteran, Ash has been working in the field for more than a decade. He has previously run two independent design agencies as well as leading the Creative Direction for software company, Foundry for more than 5 years.
Ash is an expert in branding, website design and video production. His mantra is to blend UX and tech innovation with solid design thinking in every project he approaches.
He joined Grammatik as Creative Director in late 2017 and leads all creative design for a global portfolio of tech clients.
We believe in a six stage strategic approach that can transform any client's marketing fundamentals. Working through these stages, taking time to workshop ideas, develop process and create core pillars for success, we ensure everyone is aligned.
Understand your place in the market and research to discover your unique selling points
Develop a solid plan that supports your wider goals, set KPIs and ensure everyone’s on the same page
Score quick-wins, then develop procedure and approaches that make activity simple and effective
Tell your customers who you are. Create compelling content and comms output that appeals and converts
Ensure your messages reach new networks and audiences. Make your voice heard loud and clear
Review, report and reflect on what’s worked best and what can be done better. Use findings to influence future activity
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