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CQ2 Ltd are a design agency based in Manchester.
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This enables us to provide a comprehensive and effective range of design, marketing and communication services across a full spectrum of media.
Whether it’s digital and online solutions or traditional offline methods, we determine what is appropriate to achieve the desired response.
A good marketing communications strategy will deliver the right message, to the right people, using the right channels.
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Trafford Park Development Corporation Annual Report Design 1993
After winning a three-way pitch to design this Annual Report, TPDC chose our Aerial concept which was to photograph all the main development areas from the air giving an over view of the sheers scale of Trafford Park.
The main image featured was used on the front cover and divider sections of the document.
It was taken at 6,000 ft by the leading Manchester photographer Robert Walker, along with creative director John Bracken from a Cessna aircraft flown by John Saville based at Barton Aerodrome. Who at the time did the Eye in the Sky for Piccadilly Radio Key 103.
This project won best North West Insider Annual Report.
CQ2 are currently working on next year’s promotional material for Land’s End Landmark featuring Shaun the Sheep.
See press release below.
Aardman agree Land’s End deal with Heritage Great Britain PLC
Shaun the Sheep, Wallace and Gromit and friends are moving to Land’s End after the site’s owner Heritage Great Britain PLC signed a deal to bring a new interactive family experience to the south west.
A joint venture has been agreed between Aardman Animations and Heritage Great Britain to create the half a million pound tourist attraction at the Cornish landmark.