Who we are

We’re Redhouse, an award-winning brand agency. We brand organisations that know what they want – and help them use their brands to pursue it.

Established 1989

For more than 30 years, we’ve helped clients connect with their audiences – from customers and stakeholders to their own employees.

Over the years we’ve brought a multilingual workforce together for Coca-Cola Enterprises, supported teachers through momentous changes with exam board AQA, protected wildlife from litter with Keep Britain Tidy, encouraged the public to celebrate and preserve heritage buildings with Historic England, and much more.

While London has always been our home, we’ve worked with clients all over the UK and beyond.

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Who we work with

Your brand is a powerful tool.

We want to make your brand work hard for you – delivering business strategy, enabling change, building better teams and facilitating growth.

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Shared vision

A member of Definition Group

We’re the best of both worlds: a boutique team with the backing of one of the fastest-growing and most admired B2B groups in the UK. Along with all the members of the award-winning Definition Group, we believe in creativity that truly connects.

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Multi-talented people

A talented and resourceful team, always developing new skills and expertise – with a network of external creative specialists providing flexibility and resilience.

A few of our awards

What are we like to work with?


Research and knowledge shape our strategies and guide our creative work. We ask the right questions and clearly present how we make use of the answers.


Backed by audience insight and brought to life with skill, our creative work attracts attention, ignites action and creates change.


From the kick-off to the handover, we roll up our sleeves and get things done. And we’re always keen to keep things going past the project at hand.


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