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Cubby Studio

Evie Godfrey Marketing and PR, Mentors

Cubby Studio 

Company Overview

Cubby Studio is a brand, design and marketing agency, offering a fresh approach to consultancy and creative problem solving. Founded by Creative Director, Ross Edwin, after 15 years in marketing and brand, working across manufacturing, security, technology, public sector, education, on B2B, B2C, regional and international campaigns… Ross has built global marketing teams, design and print studios, developed individuals, taught marketing to young professionals at CIM level and hosted workshops in digital marketing and brand positioning.

As a mentor, Ross is committed to discover and promote strengths and talents, and to find niche brand positioning for businesses and products. After stablishing the fundamentals, Ross then supports in content concept and creation, audience engagement and planning campaigns to reach and sell more…. And helping you enjoy growing a brand you’ll love.

Areas of Specialism for Mentoring

  • Marketing
  • Branding
  • Brand Development 
  • Communications
  • Graphic Design
  • Social Media
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Website Design
  • Digital Marketing
  • Relationship Marketing
  • Digital Media
  • Video Production
  • Logo Design
  • Change Management 

Ross Edwin, Creative Director

Photograph of Ross Edwin

I have managed design and marketing teams since around 2004, including winning ‘best marketing team of the year’ at Heist Awards 2009/10 in HE Education.

As Regraphic (RE Graphic Design) and Cubby Studio, I mentor clients through campaigns, organisation change, brand development and campaign promotion.

Individuals benefit from real world hands on testimonials, experience, and insight into various markets and audience attitudes.

"Mentoring with the Advance Programme is a great opportunity to support start-ups and fresh talent, while keeping myself on my toes by applying knowledge and experience to an array of new concepts that helps others develop their skills and their business and grow creativity in the UK."