This means our team has varied roles - and personalities - to perform ever-varied projects. We provide photography, organise events, create visuals and research the benefits of our audiences.
Number of people in the team?
There are 11 of us, with backgrounds in TV, radio, press and agencies.
Who does what?
Steve Cox is our marketing director, responsible for overall management of the strategy, communications and creative teams. Our strategy team is led by recently married Emma Kingham (nee Dresner), who is supported by cheeseaholic Chris Felton, Claire Rooney and the insightful Jessica Hallsworth. Sally Henley and Elena Au-Yeong co-manage the communication team and have been joined recently by Hannah Chiswick, who looks after Titan's PR. Over in the creative corner, we have David Sore, resident Brummie Ross Dudley and the office's dollop of good ol' US charm Adrianna Mesnard.
Who is the biggest character?
It would have to be the second "one and only" - our very own Ross "Chesney Hawkes" Dudley.
What is the office atmosphere like?
Focused but fun. Christmas included "pie wars" and a bumper gift exchange with our New York office. We bought them Fortnum & Mason's strawberry and champagne jam, they got us tuna "chicken from the sea" chunks and Cheez Whiz cheese spread.
What stands you apart from the rest of the industry?
We have the drive, energy and passion of our US parent company, with the cunning, elegance and down-to-earth nature of the English.
What does it take to get a job in your team?
A strong belief in the power of posters, a challenger-brand attitude and an insatiable hunger for Cheez Whiz and tuna melts.
How are staff encouraged to hit targets?
We see the marketing team as intrinsically linked to the sales team, so their targets are our targets. We find that hitting sales targets becomes a whole lot easier if we have some killer reasons for buying our formats, together with persuasive ways to express those ideas.
Where do you all let your hair down?
The Eagle across from our offices on City Road near Old Street, which is famed for spawning the Pop Goes The Weasel nursery rhyme. If we want to be uber-cool (or just play pool), we go to The Litten Tree in Shoreditch.