York agency working locally and globally to ‘create good trouble’

27 Jan 2021 @ 9.55 am
| Business

As we step into 2021, York creative agency Dogeatcog welcome new partner Laura Sanderson as they continue to work with socially responsible businesses and organisations to ‘Create Good Trouble’.

Founded by Richard Corrigan in 2015, Dogeatcog strive to work with socially responsible clients driven by a mission to create a positive impact on the planet through purpose-led content and design. 

The team have been working with the world’s largest conservation organisation, BirdLife International.

Richard, Mark Winter and Laura Sanderson have helped launch a new capacity development hub and service called Hatch – Making a world of difference.

Gathering over 100 partners worldwide, the platform creates a support network and resource hub, linking up experts to help create a better future. 

Collaborating with United by Design the team have undertaken research and workshops to name and launch the new brand, a social media campaign which has seen engagement double in the first week and a range of on-going materials as the project develops and evolves. 

With a new website and manifesto launch on the way, a partnership with Flic, a communications agency and countless community projects at the heart, such as Drawsome festival and York Design Week, the future of this vibrant York agency is looking promising. 

Richard said: “We’re excited to showcase our new website with some of the great projects we’ve been working on recently, as well as the release of our new manifesto, a collection of statements and declarations we aim to live and work by.”