In Greek mythology, Palamedes (“pal-ah-meed-ies”) was apparently a bit of a controversial star. He led the Nauplians in the Trojan War and is credited with the invention of creative writing. Today, the term ‘Palamedes’ is commonly used to refer to or describe something ingenious.
As for the agency…well, we’re small and independent which means we’re only able to represent a tiny proportion of those who approach us (see About Us). When we launched the ‘Not for Bunnies’ world’s hottest Easter Egg (and its successor, the ‘Vishneaster Egg’, the world’s first inter-religious Easter Egg), for example, we worked on this campaign exclusively.
The Covid-19 outbreak meant businesses everywhere had to adapt their working models. In line with government guidelines, Palamedes introduced a combination of remote and with-client working. This hybrid model enabled our staff to work safely from home and – when it was safe and legal to do so – to meet with and work alongside our clients. For the next two years we proved that we could not only make this model work but that it benefited our clients far more than traditional office working. Today, we operate the same hybrid model and plan to do so indefinitely. We generally meet clients at The Charlotte Street Hotel in London’s SoHo, a stone’s throw away from our old stomping grounds and office, but happily travel outside of the capital as and when needed.