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Strong credentials in science and engineering, long experience in the commercial world and proven creativity in integrated communications – it’s a combination that means we can really make a difference to your business

We’re an established marketing communications agency specialising in working with companies operating in the science, engineering, technology and healthcare markets. Clients tell us we add significant value, and our long-term relationships are a great testament to how far we get ‘under the skin’ of and contribute to our clients’ businesses.

With life scientists, chemists, microbiologists, analytical specialists and chemical engineers on the team alongside communications professionals, we speak your language and that of your target audiences.

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And we deliver integrated campaigns that translate your science and technology into commercial advantage.

We offer the core skills every company needs, along with a collective imagination that anticipates trends and creates new tactics to make you stand out from the crowd. All focused on the ultimate goal – more sales leads, easier conversion and market leadership.


If you like what you see, pick up the phone, drop us an email, or even send us a postcard – we would love for you to get in touch!


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  • Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Pro2Pac!

    The UK’s only food and packaging event, Pro2Pac 2015 kicked off this week at the international Excel exhibition and convention centre in London. Labelled as a “must-attend” event for all looking to discover innovative and exceptional packaging and new manufacturing equipment, the Kapler team took to the Emirates Air Line Cable Car to take a […]
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  • Rhythm and news: The view from the floor at Pittcon 2015

    By Emily Thurston Yesterday on a humid morning in New Orleans, Pittcon 2015 kicked off with a bang, as a jazz band welcomed attendees with a rousing performance of ‘When the Saints Go Marching In.’ For the first time, I am amongst the 16,000 participants at the conference as part of the team from Kapler […]
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  • Investigating forensics

    By Trish Appleton Confession time… I like nothing better than settling down with a good book, especially if it’s crime fiction and most especially the pathologist-led, CSI-type of stories so popular in recent years. Great escapism, and for me a perfect way to feed the fascination with forensic medicine I’ve had pretty much since I […]
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