Clarity’s Kara Silverman sat down with Nandini Jammi and Claire Atkin, co-Founders of Check My Ads, a revolutionary advertising consultancy service that enables brands to set the terms of where they should and should not be advertised on the web. 

In part one of this interview, Nandini and Claire take us through how they began their company, starting from roots as a humble newsletter that grew to a campaign of hundreds of thousands, and how they engage with their clients.

We are thrilled to announce today a senior hire in our London office, as well as two significant promotions amongst the London team! 

Effective May 1st, Holly Hunter has joined Clarity in the role of joint deputy managing director and will sit on the London senior leadership team alongside Catriona Biggart, who has been in position since January this year. This is strategic hire our UK team and is in direct response to the growth the Clarity London office has experienced through 2020 and the start of 2021.  

Today, I’m thrilled to announce Clarity’s acquisition of the UK-based digital agency, 3WhiteHats. 

This deal brings deep analytics, creative paid and SEO capabilities to Clarity’s growing suite of products and services, and represents a major step towards realising our vision for a new kind of communications agency – an agency that’s uniquely obsessed with harnessing data and analytics to drive high-impact, omnichannel campaigns that deliver measurable results.

Clarity and 3WhiteHats have long partnered on campaigns, so the benefits to our clients in turning the partnership into an acquisition have already been successfully demonstrated. 

Beauty is often seen as a frivolous pursuit, however, pair beauty with cutting-edge technology, and you’re looking at a $42.9B market. Beauty tech is a huge industry; from the Opte skin perfecting makeup printer to at-home IPL treatments, innovation in the beauty space is keeping pace with every other tech sector. With printable makeup and skincare already on the market and app-based tech that can diagnose skin conditions from a selfie, what’s next? 

If trends at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 are anything to go by, beauty tech is not only on the rise, but is thriving.

“That’s an excellent suggestion, Miss Triggs. Perhaps one of the men here would like to make it.” Though a ‘joke’, the classic Punch Magazine cartoon by Riana Duncan is one which is awfully recognizable for many women (and men, if they’re honest) and one that we are all all too familiar with in the workplace.  

Last month, on International Women’s Day,  our four female managing directors shared their experiences with equality in the workplace during a panel discussion

In my conversation with Kara Silverman (New York), Monica Feig (Los Angeles) and Rachel Gilley (London), it became clear that even in the world of communications, where women are strongly represented, there is still much to fight for. 

Women’s History Month may be coming to an end, but we at Clarity are so fortunate to work with incredible female founders and executives every single day — and we’ve enjoyed sharing some of their career experiences and learnings over the past few weeks. Our latest post comes from an interview between Monica Feig, Managing Director of Clarity Los Angeles, and Milena Bogdanova Bursztyn, venture investor at Germin8 Ventures, a purpose-driven venture capital firm that believes in the power of technology to fix the global food system.…

As part of our ongoing ‘Clarity in Conversation’ series for Women’s History Month, Rachel Gilley, Clarity London MD, sat down with Melina (Mel) Jacovou, Founder & CEO of Propel London, to chat about her experiences making her own space as an LGBT+ woman in the male-dominated tech and recruiting world, her thoughts on what recruiting and hiring practices are needed to attract and retain diverse candidates, and her advice for up-and-comers.

This interview has been lightly edited for clarity and length.

Throughout Women’s History Month, Clarity’s team has been sitting down with female leaders in tech, finance, PR and beyond to discuss with them their career journeys, experiences within their industry, views on progress for women in the workplace, and the work that we still have yet to do. In our latest post, Vice President, Christine Reilly sat down with Siran Cao and Mel Faxon, co-founders of Mirza, a startup focused on helping close the gender pay gap, providing tools and community to parents understand and budget for the costs that often prevent women from returning to the workforce and participating fully postpartum. 

Today, Clarity is excited to announce the launch of our global  partner agency network, Clarity Connections. We’re thrilled to be working with leaders in communications, public relations, digital media and content across the globe and offering localized communications and digital services across North America & Canada, Latin America, EMEA and APAC. Read the full release below:

Clarity, a global integrated communications agency recently commended by PRWeek as both Best International Agency, and winner of Specialist Consultancy of the Year, today announces the launch of its global  partner agency network, Clarity Connections. 

Once upon a time, a famous gin brand launched a London-only marketing campaign. It was so successful that they reached half the population of the entire world.

Sound too good to be true? 

Of course it was. 

But did the reach and impression numbers support that claim? Via a campaign that focused only on a city of 9 million people?

Of course they did.

Which is why vanity metrics are such a dangerous thing. 

So, how do you distinguish between vanity and sanity?

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