- “Traditional property marketing approaches are no longer fit for purpose. Use big ideas to promote the places that people want to live, work and play.”
Man Bites Dog believes that only extraordinary ideas can bring real estate to life. It takes bold thinking to build distinctive brands in the new property era, in which the lines between life, work and leisure are blurred.
In a new landscape, and facing increasingly fierce competition, traditional marketing tactics don’t work. To win, property companies must say something different, excite and inspire audiences, and prove a compelling business case.
Man Bites Dog is uniquely placed to support you in the converging property market – our experience spans people and workplace, real estate law and investment, development and consulting. We combine award-winning creative and smart execution to deliver campaigns, content and communications that build distinctive and commercially successful brands.
CASE STUDY: Arcadis - The Sustainable Cities Index
How Man Bites Dog injected new thinking to deliver a multi-million euro sales pipeline and win B2B Marketing’s Best Use Of Thought Leadership campaign for this global property consultancy.
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NEWS: CorpComms Awards - Man Bites Dog And Arcadis Win Best International Campaign
B2B PR and Marketing consultancy Man Bites Dog continued its winning streak last night at the annual CorpComms Awards for its work with Arcadis, the leading global design & consultancy firm for natural and built assets.
- “The Sustainable Cities Index exceeded all expectations. It was a first for Arcadis and has opened up a host of opportunities for us to engage with city influencers, developers and policy makers to help inform the future of their cities.” John Batten, Global Cities Director, Arcadis