A stronger voice

Mytton Williams

The brief

Since 1996, Mytton Williams has had a fantastic reputation for doing high quality brand and design work for some great clients. Looking forward to the next 10 years of business, Bob Mytton wanted to redefine the direction for Mytton Williams, identify new goals, and look at how his role could change over the coming years.

What happened

We explored what growth meant and the pros and cons of growing an agency in size and numbers of staff. We examined Bob’s own personal and business values, identifying goals and prioritising new work and client sectors. We also made time to connect with Bob’s own personal creativity and his passion for design education, whilst he juggled the day-to-day roles of partner and creative director.

During the time we worked together we redefined the structure, clarified the vision, improved working practices, and introduced new financial and project management software systems.


The results have been a new found confidence, energy, vision, clarity of roles and a very successful personal creative project ‘Jazz Types’. As Mytton Williams celebrates 20 years in business, there is a refreshed brand and website in place and perhaps more importantly, Bob is confident and happy with the way forward for his agency.

“Working with Emma has been a joy. She brings bundles of energy, creativity and commitment to every project. Not afraid to ask the difficult, but necessary questions, she is a brilliant listener, helping you to really think and reflect on your answers. She helped us clarify our ambitions, purpose and thinking, instigated practical projects and processes to help with efficiency and led a series of team workshops to evaluate the business and develop a plan to move the business forward. And most importantly she has been a catalyst, bringing out the best in people and making things happen. She has helped prepare the business for the future and has been one of the best business investments we have made.”

Bob Mytton, Partner and Creative Director, Mytton Williams