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A strategic brand development and communications partner for the world's best brands

The Communications Store Premium Page

A strategic brand development and communications partner for the world's best brands

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Vital statistics

  • 1995 Established
  • Private Type
  • 51 - 200 Number of employees
  • 1 Stores
  • 2 Kensington Square
    London, United Kingdom
    HQ

Key people

  • Daniel Marks Director
  • Julietta Dexter Director
  • Tom Konig Oppenheimer Director

Culture Q&A

Company Snapshot

The Communications Store: Strategic Brand Builder

The Communications Store: Strategic Brand Builder

LONDON, United Kingdom — Daniel Marks joined Julietta Dexter and Tom Konig Oppenheimer at The Communications Store in 2002. Since its foundation in 1995, The Communications Store has established itself as a global leader in strategic brand development and communications strategy within the luxury goods sector. Creative thinking lies at the heart of both the agency’s operations and its strategies, in addition to its focus on traditional standards of service and building long-term and trusted relationships with clients.

The company offers bespoke communications strategies to its clients — mapping a 360-degree view of customer interaction — be it through digital communication channels, retail or any other consumer touch point. As its brands’ “guardians”, TCS takes a leadership role in all aspects of its clients’ brand communication, working across multiple industry sectors including Fashion, Beauty, Lifestyle, Travel, Consumer and Global, representing brands such as The Net-a-Porter Group, Charlotte Tilbury, Diageo, Versace, Acne Studios, Christopher Kane, Banana Republic, Ermenegildo Zegna and Erdem, among many more.

We sit down with TCS partner and director Daniel Marks to hear more.

How would you describe the role TCS plays in its clients’ businesses?

For 20 years we have been working alongside some of the world’s most recognisable brands in luxury, consumer products and services. We work alongside chief executives, chief marketing officers and creative directors, understanding and listening to how they want to build their businesses, and how they want to communicate with their consumers.

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