We are a consultancy which uses data and models of human behaviour to drive purposeful digital interactions, with the people who matter.

Let’s be architects of what comes next.



Alex Pearmain

Alex was one of the early UK pioneers of brand social media adoption. He has built awarded social media, service, communications, and digital marketing teams for consultancies, agencies and within major brands. His work at O2, as the first head of Social Media demonstrated that it was possible and desirable for major organisations to utilise social media at scale across customer services, sales, retention, brand and communications activity, blazing a trail for other brands to invest and adopt. He brings together analytical data and creative strategies.


Katie Buckett

Katie is a digital brand communications expert, with experience working both in and for global and UK organisations. She began her career within Vauxhall’s marketing communications team, and has subsequently worked as a digital brand communications consultant across sectors as diverse as consumer technology and professional services. She has co-ordinated global multi-market programmes around digital creative, influencer identification, social activation, and community management.


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We work with brands and individuals to use data and models of human behaviour to drive purposeful digital interactions.


We work with organisations to develop strategies, models and capabilities for the socially-driven world.


We use the explosion of social data to extract answers, which can drive action for businesses and society. We provide products and consultancy.


We define models of influence and supply the platform to engage those who make a difference in social media.

Social media has changed the way organisations operate, and we work with marketing, brand, communications and customer services teams at brands including:

Let’s be architects of what comes next.


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28.06.18 / Which England World Cup songs are most popular?

Football’s coming home…

World Cup fever is gripping the nation once again. With England beating Panama this weekend 6-1 England fans finally have something to be optimistic about. But are fans getting ahead of themselves?

We looked at searches for “footballs coming home” on Sunday. You can see that there is a clear spike after England’s .. goal.  

So how does this compare to search terms in previous tournaments? Well, search volumes are over double what we saw at Euro 2016 and triple that from the…

05.06.18 / The UK's most popular internship, or how to get 10k intern applications

We’ve just had our 10,000th applicant for our internship.

Based on data from the main graduate jobs platforms, this was 2017’s most popular job listing (relatively).

This is how to do it.

Except we aren’t really sure how it has happened, to be honest.

I mean it’s a great job. Six months, paid London living wage. Great benefits. Great opportunities (you do real work, from day one. We aren’t really sure where the photocopier is, and we have a barista to do coffee).

It’s in digital, data, social media, all of which are growth areas and of particular appeal to ‘millennials’ (this…

22.05.18 / #Startups100: OneFifty comes in at #54


We’ve had just over two years of using data and models of human behaviour to drive purposeful digital interactions with the people who matter. Also known as working seriously hard to build something new, something we can be proud of, and something which can help everyone create what comes next.

Today we heard we’d been included in the Startups 100: an annual ranking of the UK’s hottest start ups. We’ve spent our time doing great stuff with partners, brands and creators, rather than shouting about it, and what means most here is that we’re alongside businesses doing everything…