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Charlotte Building 17 Gresse Street
London W1T 1QL
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7462 8500
Email:

Johnny Hornby

Johnny Hornby

Founding Partner & CEO

Phone: 020 7462 8601

Sarah Golding

Sarah Golding

Partner

Phone: +44 (0)207 462 8519

Nick Howarth

Nick Howarth

Partner

Phone: 020 7079 9745

Christian  Hinchcliffe

Christian Hinchcliffe

Partner | Chief Marketing Officer | Global

Phone: 02070799845

Jess Burley

Jess Burley

Partner
Neil Goodlad

Neil Goodlad

Partner

Phone: 020 7462 8515

Caroline Frith

Caroline Frith

Growth & Marketing

Phone: 020 7462 8520


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Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Media Buying/Planning, Events/Sponsoring, Branding/Naming/Product Development, Packaging/Design, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 2001

Employees: 1800

Awards: 367

Creative Work: 266

Clients: 24

Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Media Buying/Planning, Events/Sponsoring, Branding/Naming/Product Development, Packaging/Design, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 2001

Employees: 1800

Awards: 367

Creative Work: 266

Clients: 24

T&Pm

Charlotte Building 17 Gresse Street
London W1T 1QL
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7462 8500
Email:
Johnny Hornby

Johnny Hornby

Founding Partner & CEO

Phone: 020 7462 8601

Sarah Golding

Sarah Golding

Partner

Phone: +44 (0)207 462 8519

Nick Howarth

Nick Howarth

Partner

Phone: 020 7079 9745

Christian  Hinchcliffe

Christian Hinchcliffe

Partner | Chief Marketing Officer | Global

Phone: 02070799845

Jess Burley

Jess Burley

Partner
Neil Goodlad

Neil Goodlad

Partner

Phone: 020 7462 8515

Caroline Frith

Caroline Frith

Growth & Marketing

Phone: 020 7462 8520

T&Pm x Melanoma UK launch new ‘Beauty Spotters’ campaign to tackle racial disparities in skin cancer.

Melanoma UK and T&Pm are proud to announce the launch of their new ‘Beauty Spotters’ campaign for Melanoma Awareness Month.

The campaign was conceived by Hungarian-Pakistani duo, Armna Khan & Eszter Boldov and aims to raise awareness of the signs of Acral Melanoma, the most common form of skin cancer in Black and Brown skin i.e. people of colour (POC). There is a lack of awareness of the signs and symptoms of the condition, as well as a misconception that people of colour cannot get skin cancer, which Melanoma UK are aiming to mythbust.

Acral Melanoma is unique in that it isn’t related to sun-exposure, it is difficult to diagnose, and often misdiagnosed. The first signs often appear under the nails, so T&Pm have created the Beauty Spotters Toolkit - a nail sticker kit which showcases the watch-out signs of Acral Melanoma, with a handy information pack.

Dr Sharon Belmo, Consultant Dermatologist for the campaign said: “Raising awarenessof acral melanoma through the visual medium of nail stickers means people can become familiar with the signs to look out for. Medical conditions can present differently in darker skin types and due to the focus on white skin in western dermatology, conditions which affect people with Skin of Colour can often be underrepresented or overlooked”.

NHS GP, Dr Nishali Patel, commented “Early detection of acral melanoma is the most important determining factor in successful treatment. This campaign calls on all professionals who look at hands and feet for a living (including those in the Beauty industry) to play a role in making a difference to the lives of patients with acral melanoma”.

Mark Rawden, CEO of Melanoma UK said, "Beauty Spotters is our launch campaign for Melanoma Awareness Month this year. As a charity, we are expanding our efforts beyond traditional discussions of solely sun-related skin cancers. Our focus has been sharpened around not just raising awareness, but campaigning for behaviour change to increase the likelihood of melanoma being spotted amongst all people.”

The campaign aims to put lifesaving knowledge into the hands of people who see nails, hands, and feet every day. Turning nail technicians, beauty salons, nail art influencers, beauty publishers, and experts from across the Beauty and Medical worlds into Beauty Spotters. The campaign is activated through T&Pm’s sister agency Halpern PR and will take place throughout May 2024 with a launch feature in Cosmopolitan Magazine.

T&Pm ECD, Toby Allen, said “This campaign shows the power of creativity to affect meaningful change, using the humblest and most accessible of beauty accessories - nail stickers - to land its message in a way you can’t ignore. In doing so we aim to turn every mani into a life-saving movement”.

Campaign call to action: Check your nails. Spot the signs. Save a life.