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As our accounts grow, we grow

We have a new Account Director, whose name is Alexx Knight. Alexx has a strong record of success in B2B technology marketing, and she arrives at twogether looking for fresh opportunities to help clie...

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The next Channel Meet Up: November 2nd 2016

Find ’em, Keep ’em, Dump ’em. The next Channel Meet Up is coming to you from Catapult Digital in West London on the 2nd of November. This time the hot topic of discussion will be pa...

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B2B Awards 2016 Shortlisted

It’s been a smashing year for us so far. Nominated for Drum awards earlier in the year, then we were priviiged enough to go to the CRN awards for the evening too! Well, the great news is that w...

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Reading in Bloom!

Last week saw the culmination of a long spring and early summer of hard work come to fruition for some of the avid gardeners of Reading and the surrounding area. Now that residential & commercial...

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twogether festival success

This year we ended up having a rather different sort of summer party. This year we had a day of exuberant, extravagant (for us) and exorbitant fun. This year we had the first ever twogether Festival....

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twogether host UK's first channel only meet up

twogether, along with three other sponsor companies are to host what is the UK’s first dedicated channel event; The Channel Meet Up. The Channel Meet Up is an exclusive event for channel mark...

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Another copywriter?? Gareth Kershaw joins

We’re pleased to welcome Gareth Kershaw to our flourishing copy and content team. He joins us after many years as a freelance writer and editor for a wide variety of B2B tech publications. R...

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twogether shortlisted for CRN Sales & Marketing Awards 2016

So far it’s been a great 2016 for twogether. Firstly getting ourselves in the Top 20 B2B Marcomms agency list from B2B Marketing and then coming runner-up in the B2B Marketing Awards with the L...

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Movers for shakers, post run.

After months of grueling early morning cycles, late evening jogging in the sunset, and the occasional glass of wine; our runners have finally completed the London Marathon. We’re extremely prou...

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twogether towers, our fab home

Marlow Place:

Grade I-listed Marlow Place was built in 1720 for John Wallop, 1st Earl of Portsmouth. Host to the highest of society (including George II) the building was designed with pediments, pilasters, a ballroom… and a secret underground tunnel to the pub – for Wallop to smuggle in ladies of the night. At the end of the 18th century the house was acquired by the Royal Military Academy. In the 1950s it was a girls’ finishing school (old Wallop would surely have approved). And today, it's home to us.

Address:

Marlow Place
Station Road
Marlow
England, SL7 1NB