We Are Togethr

We've launched some of the UK's most successful Employee Advocacy programmes. We've trained 100s of employees to grow their influence on social media. Will we help you next?

Andrew Seel, CEO

Andrew has been at the forefront of the digital industry for his entire career.
His expertise dates back to the birth of the web and he has a keen eye for what’s coming next.
Andrew has consulted for numerous brands globally in his career including: Channel 4 and EMI (eg Gorillaz), John Lewis & Partners, Haagen Dazs, Air Mauritius China and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Before Togethr, Andrew ran award-winning social media marketing agency Qube Media.
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Nigel Cooper, COO

Nigel co-founded We Are Togethr alongside Andrew.
He has worked with some of the world’s leading brands including Häagen Dazs, John Lewis & Partners, Saatchi&Saatchi, Air Mauritius and Virgin.
Nigel is also a bestselling fiction novelist and runs Togethr’s content marketing sister company, StorySpark, helping authors to build their influence on social media to achieve more book sales.
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Togethr was founded by Andrew Seel (ex AOL) and Nigel Cooper (ex C4) in 2003. Qube Media, as it was called then, had the aim on working with global brands to make their marketing more human. As we began to deliver more and more manual employee advocacy programmes in the early 2010s, we decided to develop our own platform in 2015 to help us to scale and measure them effectively. It quickly became the cornerstone of our entire business.


Everyone at Togethr is an expert in advocate marketing. Our team has run and managed employee advocate marketing programmes for national and global brands for a number of years. We're here because we believe in advocacy passionately, never more so than in the post-covid era where people are separated like never before. We believe advocacy humanises marketing, it's authentic and it works for both employees and brands.


We make it as easy as possible for brands to grow a set of empowered, engaged employee ambassadors. Employee advocacy programmes aren't about individual 'influencers', they're about your team working together, combining lots of seemingly small actions to make a huge impact for your brand. Employees are inspired by companies with a strong purpose and clear values - and they're they're happy to communicate them.

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