Luxury consumer insights for a post COVID-19 world from the The LUUX Media Ultra Affluent Consumer Survey

Dialogue spoke to our longterm collaborator, Chris Wilson, Director at Luux Media, who elaborates on new research from their Ultra Affluent Consumer Survey that shows how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the luxury consumer and their spending behaviour.  How has the coronavirus pandemic affected luxury consumer lifestyle habits? Nothing will ever be quite the same … Continued

Dialogue supports award-winning Norfolk charity Nelson’s Journey

It’s National Volunteers’ Week on 1-7 June 2020 and now is a great time to celebrate all that is done by volunteers across the country. Dialogue supports numerous charities, including local charities Norfolk Mind and Nelson’s Journey, both with fundraising and with volunteered hours, making the most of an extra day’s holiday dedicated to volunteering … Continued

Unique Braille Kalendar magazine brings Jump racing to visually impaired

Dialogue has produced a unique Braille version of the Jockey Club South West’s annual magazine, Kalendar, designed to bring Jump racing to an audience that includes the visually impaired. Kalendar magazine is aimed at fans of Jump racing, and centres around the world renowned Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire. In 2019 The Jockey Club South West … Continued

Two golden rules of content marketing

Make this the year you really get to grips with the content you produce to support your brand. In all the discussion of channels, audiences, personalisation and influencers, there are two key techniques that apply across all content marketing. Rule one: tell stories If there’s one thing to pick up from the 2017 Content Marketing … Continued

Marque 9 takes the chequered flag

The newest editor to Dialogue, Julian Milnes, was proud to make his ‘marque’ with the launch of a new publication for long-standing client Porsche Club GB. Member magazine ‘Marque 9’ is an extraordinary lifestyle magazine produced exclusively for Porsche Club GB members. And it’s gone down a storm with client and club members alike. Porsche … Continued

Getting in the habit – side saddle film enjoys phenomenal reach

Archant Dialogue was proud to be involved in the creation of a beautiful film for the Countryside Alliance: “An old habit – the ladies making hunting side saddle cool again”. Capturing the tradition on camera The short film tied in with an article in the September issue of the member’s magazine ‘My Countryside’. By accompanying … Continued

The demise of The New Day; what went wrong?

After just nine weeks on newsstands, The New Day has closed. What went wrong for this ambitious project and why has it not been given a better chance? On March 2 I wrote this article on the launch of The New Day, a print-only newspaper allowing readers to dip in and out of its non-bias, … Continued

British Showjumping; a Royal edition.

As the Queen pops a champagne cork to celebrate her 90th birthday, the latest issue of British Showjumping is a special Royal edition. We explore the important role that the Queen plays as a patron of British Showjumping, and go behind the scenes for the preparations of the Patron’s Lunch with Peter Phillips, the Queen’s … Continued

Get in the holiday mood with the Spring issue of Voyage

The latest edition of Brittany Ferries’ Voyage magazine is out now and will definitely get you in the holiday mindset! In this issue we take a look at the upcoming Tour de France and how you can make the most of a visit to watch the action. Alison Hughes eagerly anticipates the Art dans les … Continued