Little Things For Good

When asked to launch a social enterprise, we got them named as a top 10 business challenging stigma and invented a new word.

Case study

The Challenge

New social startup enterprise Little Things for Good wanted to launch its ecommerce store and raise money for women’s charities at the same time. The business had received no previous PR coverage. It needed a way to generate web traffic ASAP in order to start making sales.


Traffic to the site in just two weeks

The Results

Our creative PR campaign tapped into the ‘Year of the Period’ news agenda; we designed and produced a range of ‘Tampon Tins That Tell It Like It Is’ that the Little Things for Good startup company could launch with and that would give back.

The campaign sparked the world’s imagination and generated international media coverage, revenue for the business and raised money for two women’s charities in Hong Kong and the UK.

We generated over 30 pieces of high profile coverage in titles such as Stylist, Metro, Cosmo, MTV, Bustle, Coconuts, Sassy and Time Out. The story was picked up globally, as far as New Zealand. MTV’s global snapchat featured the story for 24 hours reaching over 1 million people and Huffington Post named the social enterprise as one of the top 10 ‘businesses challenging stigma’.

Numerous influencers shared the story throughout their social networks and we even invented the word ‘vadmin’ which Cosmo loved and later entered the Urban Dictionary.

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