Atlas Partners is turning two...

It’s fair to say a lot has happened since November 2015, when we first set out to build the happiest communications agency in London. To celebrate our second birthday, we curated an exhibition of “Moments that Mattered” from the last two years – as nominated by some special friends of Atlas Partners and voted for by you. 

 

A NOTE OF THANKS 

Many people have helped Atlas Partners grow from an idea in late 2015 to a buzzing integrated communications agency, full of bright and brilliant people and campaigns. We are grateful to you all: our clients, our team, our partners, freelancers, journalists and political friends. You have helped us splash news on front pages, secure political changes and weave complex narratives into simple engaging stories. Thank you.

 

We would also like to thank some special friends who helped us bring Moments that Mattered to life.

The gallery of moments below was selected by Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE (Olympic rower and sports broadcaster), Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP (Minister of State for Immigration), Dr Rosena Allin-Khan MP (Shadow Minister for Sport), Rt Hon Sir Vince Cable MP (Leader of the Liberal Democrats), Sophie Walker (Leader of the Women's Equality Party), Tom Newton Dunn (Political Editor of the Sun), Anushka Asthana (Joint Political Editor of the Guardian), Afua Hirsch (Broadcaster and writer), Caroline Hurndall MBE (FCO Head of Middle East policy), Ian Wright CBE (Director General of the Food and Drink Federation),  Hugh McNeal (CEO of RenewableUK), Sam Burne James (News Editor of PR Week) and Gemma Charles (Deputy Editor of Campaign Magazine). We are grateful to them all for giving their time and their perspective on two years that have felt momentous indeed.

Tell us what moments mattered to you...

On the night of our Birthday party we revealed the two most voted for moments, but you can still get in touch to tell us your favourite moment below. And the winner is...

Writer and broadcaster, Afua Hirsch's moment - when Prince Harry called out the everyday sexism and racism in the coverage of his relationship with Meghan Markle - pipped Brexit and Tom Newton Dunn, political editor of the Sun, to the post. As we head into 2018, we will be reminded of them again, while we watch a royal wedding in Spring and the Brexit negotiations reach their zenith in the Autumn. 

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For tickets to our exhibition launch on Wednesday 22nd November, tell us which moment you think mattered most...