Oculus has been around for over 23 years – an integrated marketing agency located in the heart of Reading. We bring together a group of passionate experts that deliver excellence in marketing.
Our insightEverything starts with insight. We look at your objectives, the needs of your target audience, competitor activity and your brand position in the marketplace. Based on solid market insight, we then deliver creative marketing solutions that better resonate with your audience and achieve higher response rates. And our insight doesn’t stop there. We closely monitor campaign results from the moment of launch, refining and improving campaigns whilst they run. We then follow these up with reporting and analytics to ensure every campaign is more successful than the last.
Our clientsOur clients range from B2B to B2C, through industry sectors including IT and technology, education, transport and telecoms across the UK and EMEA. Our focus on these sectors enables us to become experts and deliver real insight and value. Some clients refer to us as delivering London agency quality without the cost, others consider us as part of their marketing team. Don’t take it from us – see what they say about us below.
“Oculus produced a creative campaign that combined a humorous twist, strong motivational messages and eye-catching imagery. The campaign resulted in higher than forecast numbers on the new extension.”
Docklands Light Railway
“Oculus are experts in everything digital. From strategy, tactical thinking, design to fulfilment they have constantly proposed, developed and initiated compelling digital campaigns for us.”
RAR Research survey
“Oculus are an excellent agency to work with and I would highly recommend them to any company in need of digital expertise. Oculus were always professional, patient and helpful.”
TRACKER Network (UK) Ltd
“I have been extremely impressed with the project management and design from Oculus. They have been professional, patient and flexible in the successful delivery of our publications, animations and film.”
UK Parliament Education Service