Our thoughts distilled

  • Data is the butter to A.I.'s bread Distill

There’s a human in my data: Elina Scorey

It’s easy to forget, but data is, we believe, all about people. Elina Scorey, Chief Business Development Officer at and unashamed fan girl of A.I.-driven data analytics reveals the 5 reasons she’s so passionate about data.

  • Your Data is Powerful Distill Launches With A Bang At #DataDistilled

We were falling off our chairs with excitement at the end of last year when we finally got the chance to officially launch our data management tool The place: London. The crowd: all our favourite data nerds. The event: #DataDistilled

  • All That Customer Data but struggling to connect? Distill

All that Customer Data, but struggling to connect?

We’re seeing marketing teams battling with Customer Data in an ever expanding landscape of marketing tools and channels. They’re miles from being connected to their customers as individuals. Why?

  • Distil your customer data to stay one step ahead Distill

Why others Distil their data

How many times have you heard that as a marketeer? A new app, a new product - a new anything … just to keep ahead. If you can just find that golden ticket that will keep sales figures rising, keep customer engagement on the uptick or keep visitors stepping through the door…

  • Data Enrichment to personalise marketing Distill

What data enrichment can do for you …and your customers

Imagine your customer. What do you see when you think of them? How much do you really know about them? You probably have a lot of customer data - but is it really helping you understand your customer, their shopping habits and, crucially, how to communicate with them?

  • Personalise without being creepy. Use data for marketing personalisation. Distill

Personalise without being creepy

Personalisation is nothing new. Ask anyone who shopped in the pre-internet era and they’ll tell you. You knew your greengrocer, butcher, baker - and they knew you, your shopping habits - and could even bring a smile to your face on the bleakest of days.