It is with great pleasure and anticipation we can announce Nick Godbehere as the new Managing Director of Hitch from 1st December, to navigate Hitch onwards and upwards, with partners, to change the world for the better.
Hitch has been working with the International Social Marketing Association to develop and test a training course for the Key Social Marketing concepts.
Our young apprentice Mike discusses his first day at Hitch, what he's learned during his time here and more as he reflects on his time with the company.
Hitch Marketing appointed to work with young people to develop ambitious serious violence reduction campaign
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) have selected Hitch Marketing to deliver a campaign focussed on promoting positive messaging, peace and cohesion amongst the city-region’s young people.
Looking after our mental health and the mental health of young people around us, is extremely important, especially in these unprecedented times.
One of our most recent projects, ‘Draw Your Own Solution’, with HeadStart Kent and Kent County Council, aims to help young people, aged 10-16, build their resilience, so they are better equipped to face life’s difficulties now and in the future.
Like many businesses in the UK amidst the Covid-19 crisis, Hitch is making changes to the way it operates and grappling with how it continues working on tackling the issues that matter most in the world. So, creating time to use our talents to help fight Covid-19 is, like for many companies, the instinctive thing to do. Last week Talenthouse gave us just the inspiration we needed to help channel our creative minds.
Hitch Marketing, a leading UK social behaviour change marketing consultancy, has joined a global movement to redefine the role of business in society and demonstrate that profit can be a force for good. Hitch has announced its certification as a registered B Corporation. It is currently the only commercial company to do so across the Liverpool City Region, and the latest Marketing Agency with headquarters in the North of England.
Hitch Marketing and the PaSH Partnership launch a new HIV campaign as a part of Greater Manchester’s efforts to end all new transmissions of HIV within a generation.