Big and small. Slow moving and earth moving. Eight-wheels, four-wheels, sometimes no wheels. Whatever the vehicle type, we use our unique expertise and experience in the sector to drive genuine change and help automotive brands work smarter and look sharper. We also take pride in doing things the right way. The unexpected way. And it’s been that way for over 16 years.
Much like the way we work, you’ll find our philosophy refreshingly straightforward.
We believe in generating the same level of passion, pride and excitement for commercial vehicles as household car brands. And whether developing cut-through creative for a tractor, sprayer or crane business, we believe in questioning convention and championing invention at every turn. We also believe in building strong relationships in the boardroom, on the shop floor and out on the road. Because in doing so we build desire and deliver engaging experiences that activate brands and accelerate sales.
We’ve never been ones for creative restrictions. Or limiting our thinking to simply on or offline. It’s why you’ll find our service offering is an ever-evolving beast that draws on both the latest advances in technology as well as tried and trusted marketing channels. The result? Problems are solved, behaviours are changed and the odd few feathers are ruffled. But most importantly, outstanding standout is delivered.
Meet the senior team...
We believe in searching for alternative answers. In being hardworking, but never hard work. And being seriously impactful without ever taking ourselves too seriously. It’s what works for us. And works wonders for our clients. Below are just some of the fiercely loyal brand advocates you’ll meet at The Old Barn.
"When all is said and done brands face just two challenges; finding the corner of a person’s mind and then remaining there."
"A rigorous approach to financial management has always been key to running a successful creative business."
Head Of Digital Strategy
"The guiding principles for successful digital marketing have never changed - keep it relevant, and make it easy to use."