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Meantime Communications celebrates ten-year milestone and works with charity transaid

The global public relations, design, event, and digital agency is offering more services and expanding its reach

#MeantimeAtTen is a global public relations, design, digital, and events agency and consultancy.

Our team of talented writers, designers, event, and social media professionals, delivers innovative results with a mix of creative flair, energy, and experience.

We are passionate about training and development and we are a Living Wage employer.

We work with inspiring customers from across the globe, and all parts of the supply chain, and we consider ourselves to be part of their teams.

We also work with marvellous suppliers and like-minded companies, in Royal Greenwich, and across the world from Hong-Kong to Illinois.

We are very proud of our extended Meantime family.

They say it takes a village to bring up a child, we believe it takes a village to make a company work:

Our customers, who challenge us every day and trust us with their brands and ideas.

The people on the coalface at Greenwich HQ, who take on those challenges, with gusto.

The people in the like-minded businesses, who build our websites and stage sets, design trophies, layout the pages of our magazines, or write them, or print them.

The journalists, editors, and publishers, who write about our customers, and the sales teams supporting their publications.

The industry experts who give us the benefit of their time and insight for the seminars we work on, and the young people who have embraced our NextGen Logistics idea and continue to inspire us.

The people who train us and back our drive to be the best we can be, the pioneering tech companies, who give us the edge, and the teams who give us legal, accounting, and IT support.

The Greenwich business community, and the people who make our office work, from bringing us fresh flowers every week, to cleaning the cups.

Our thanks to every person in this village – here’s to the next exciting decade for us all!

About the author

Emma Murray

Emma was born in the year the Beatles broke up. She studied Middle Eastern Archaeology and Akkadian, although she has to admit her cuneiform is probably a little rusty these days. She was once an archaeologist working in Syria and Jordan, and has been an English language teacher. She has lived at one time or another in Jerusalem and Aleppo, as well as Paris and Brussels, where she went to school and learnt to speak French.