As a global communications agency, we solve client problems every day of the week (and twice on Sundays).
It starts with a vision. Whether you're looking to disrupt markets, establish a category or become a thought leader.
LEWIS is truly a global agency. We cover 80+ markets across the US, EMEA and APAC. Find our nearest location here.
We're privileged to work with many great clients across a range of sectors who share the same passion, vision and drive as us.
Your daily briefing of the freshest industry news, insights and resources from across the global LEWIS team.
It’s our entire team, not a few stars, that has made us the fourth fastest growing agency in the global top 50. See where you fit in.
Whether you are looking for an agency to support your latest marketing communications plans, the next step in your career, or just looking for an inspirational chat with an industry expert, we would love to hear from you!
WHITE PAPERS, BLOG POSTS, TIPS AND RESOURCES
Your search returned no results. Please try again.
Structured data markup goes beyond SEO. Rethink your word-of-mouth marketing strategy.
By Chris VonHolle
Say bye to textbooks and hello to the real world. Four tips to succeed in your internship.
By Kathryn Boyles
Understand the differences between RLSA and CM with these pointers.
By Amber Snow
LEWIS completes over two decades of continual growth and profitability.
Planning a corporate event is more than just "party planning". Try our top seven tips.
By Mary Kingsley
Discover the power in PowerPoint by following these simple dos and don'ts.
By Sarah Spaziano
LEWIS appoints award-winning comms leader Jen Dobrzelecki to lead the New York office.
Three tricks to establish, develop, and nurture reporter relations.
By Brian Hayes
Are you a B2B marketer in need of social copy guidance? Take our best advice.
Three things I learned that helped me succeed as an American PR intern in London.
By Erin Cooke
Show your clients how the year went - in a single report. Learn more.
By Drew Miale
Artificial intelligence is widely discussed, but how can communication programs use it?
By Janneke de Vries