The Togethr Team
We Are Togethr has launched employee advocacy programmes for leading global brands including John Lewis & Partners, Waitrose, Post Office and Iceland Foods, to name but a few.
Our employee advocacy is born out of a history of reimagining marketing at Togethr: imagining what the world needs from marketing in 21st century.
Our approach has driven our evolution from launching in the very earliest days of content marketing, to being one of the first social media agencies, to now launching a ground breaking platform to activate employees as advocates around a common business purpose: where your people are your brand.
We are continually curious about how marketing can grow your business but also how it can transform your business culture, put the human back into technology, contribute to society and act positively for the environment.
We are building a network of people excited by change and new ideas in the way business and society works but see value in working together, connecting, forging a sense of belonging and purpose, so we’re all more successful as part of something bigger.
We believe that happy, motivated employees are your most authentic and important asset. That's why we do what we do - to make it easier for you to grow a set of motivated brand ambassadors. Employee advocacy is something we're really passionate about - that's why we developed the the Togethr App and the Togethr Hub - to share what we've learned with you.
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.