Space & Time



  • Digital
  • Digital Media Planning and Buying
  • Media planning & buying


Space & Time is a growth marketing agency, enabling clients to secure optimal value from every part of the customer experience and their marketing investment.

We form long-term partnerships with clients through our business empathy and commercial alignment, working within fully managed, hybrid or in-house models to deliver best-in-class expertise across media, technology, performance creative and training, driving market-beating long-term growth outcomes.






Space & Time introduce Full Experience™

Our Managing Director, Chris Jones, has previously outlined the importance of a relevant engagement model that conforms to unique client challenges, both now and in the future, and a breadth in capability that enables brands to interact with their end consumer at every stage of their journey to purchase, and beyond.


Marketing mass participation events

With lockdown restrictions are fading into memory (hopefully for good), it’s recently been raining medals for Team GB with more sport to follow. Mass participation events are becoming a welcome return to many people’s calendars, be it as a chance to resume their pre-covid passions, or in a quest to shift some of the pandemic pounds, and with it brands and organisers alike are frantically dusting off their marketing plans.


Creating Expansive Content to benefit SEO

Award-winning independent agency Space & Time reveal how to expand content to improve organic search visibility, and match a wider variety of intents.


What will the impact on Ecommerce be when we go back to normal?

Amidst bouyant online sales growth throughout the lockdown and increased competition pushing up CPA's, Space & Time take a look at what to expect for Ecommerce as lockdown lifts.


Looking to a cookieless future

You should be aware by now that Google is planning to depreciate third-party cookies within the next year. You’re probably also worried this could have a major impact on your marketing, but you have no idea what to do about it or where to begin. Sound familiar...? Let's look at the 5 things marketers should be doing now.


What to watch out for in Social and PPC

With change afoot just one month into the year, our Social and Paid Search team take a look at what we can expect as 2021 progresses.


Pinterest Comes of Age

This month Pinterest turns 11! Space & Time's paid social manager Matt Woodman takes us through why Pinterest is a platform to be celebrated and how it is positively different from other social media platforms.


Four Changes in digital marketing that insurance companies need to know

This report demonstrates the impact Coronavirus has had on the insurance market and how consumer purchasing habits have shifted. There are four key changes within the digital marketing space that all insurance companies must be aware of and navigate...


Amazon Advertising: a Prime day to challenge the duopoly of Facebook and Google?

With Amazon being one of the biggest winners during Covid, and another Prime day upon us, Matt Read, Group Head of Digital takes a look at the growth of Amazon as an advertising platform. As one of the few UK agencies with extensive expertise in Amazon as an advertising opportunity, Space & Time examine it's benefits, and why there is still an opportunity to be an early(ish) adopter.


Four considerations for a successful D2C launch

What has lockdown meant for brands and their direct to consumer marketing strategy? In recent months much has been reported on the gradual resumption of trading on the High Street and the retail casualties for whom it’s come too late. Covid-19 has already compounded challenging trading conditions for many retailers, with those lacking a robust ecommerce presence (or even none at all) bearing the brunt.


The temporary failure of intent marketing: healthcare recruitment in a pandemic

With the UK jobs market in chaos even before lock-down was announced and care homes the embattled locus of much of the UK’s interaction with the virus, the state of the care home jobs market and the attitudes and intent of the people within it defied any speculation. Blindfolded in this way, but still keen to offer our clients insight and advocacy, we commissioned our own research to better understand the prevailing mood of front-line workers in care home settings.