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ICS-digital LLP is a global digital marketing agency specialising in creative content, online PR and international services in over 40 languages, for over 50 territories.


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As a flexible and responsive agency, we have an unrivalled ability to work on large-scale projects in a number of competitive sectors.

Whether you want short-term help with one aspect of your digital campaigns, or a full-service approach, we can help. Specialties: International Search Marketing, International Content Creation, Outreach for Competitive Markets


Our Team

ICS-digital currently employs over 55 staff based in the UK and across the globe. Here’s a snapshot of the core team:

Charlotte Green 16

Charlotte GreenOperations Director

Matt Roche

Matt RocheCommercial Director

Magdalena Ehnes

Magdalena EhnesGlobal Search Manager

Cheryl Westerman

Cheryl WestermanDirector

Ian Holding

Ian HoldingDirector

Ann Nguyen 4

Ann NguyenPR & Social Media Manager

Astrid Ovstetun 1

Astrid OvstetunSenior Project Manager (International)

Celia Roche 1

Celia RocheSenior Account Manager (UK)

Emma Carey 1

Emma CareySenior Project Manager (UK)

Emer Nugent 3

Emer NugentOutreach Manager

Carlos Cruz

Carlos CruzSenior Project Manager (Europe)

Claire Siblot

Claire SiblotProject Manager (Europe)

Isabelle Carvalho 2

Isabelle CarvalhoSenior Project Manager (Europe)

Ben Henderson 5

Ben HendersonSEO Analyst

Zoe Blogg

Zoe BloggDigital PR Executive

Laura Van Wymersch

Laura Van WymerschProject Manager (Europe)

Dominik Fidor

Dominik FidorProject Manager (Europe)

Tobi Herrmann

Tobi HerrmannProject Manager (Europe)

Hedvig Algotsson

Hedvig AlgotssonProject Manager (Europe)

Vladimir Krastev

Vladimir KrastevProject Manager (Eastern Europe)

Marigold Warner

Marigold WarnerProject Manager (Asia)

Pete Fraser 1

Pete FraserContent Manager (UK)

Tom Wardman 1

Tom WardmanContent Editor (UK)

Andy Morgan

Andy MorganContent Manager (International)

Warren Ashurst

Warren AshurstAudio Services Manager

Diego Bocanegra 1

Diego BocanegraSenior Developer

Andy Peek

Andy PeekIT Infrastructure & Servers Manager

Alan Bradbury

Alan BradburyContent Feeds Manager

Kayleigh Colbeck

Kayleigh ColbeckSenior Financial Administrator

Temi Leigh

Temi LeighOffice and Finance Administrator


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  • EnglishSPOKEN IN: United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Antigua, The Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts, St Lucia, The Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago
    FLAG: U.K / SPEAKERS: 360,000,000 (5.43% globally)

    At least one quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language

  • FrenchSPOKEN IN: France and its territories, DR Congo, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Algeria, Central African Republic
    FLAG: France / SPEAKERS: 74,000,000 (1.12% globally)

    Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is the world's second largest French speaking city (Paris tops the list)

  • DutchSPOKEN IN: Netherlands, Dutch Caribbean islands, Belgium (Flanders, Brussels), Suriname
    FLAG: Belgium / SPEAKERS: 21,000,000 (0.32% globally)

    Dutch is thought to be the easiest language for native English SPEAKERS to learn from scratch

  • GermanSPOKEN IN: Germany, Austria, Belgium (Eupen-Malmedy), Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy (South Tyrol)
    FLAG: Germany / SPEAKERS: 89,000,000 (1.39% globally)

    German slots new English words into the grammatical system all the time; the term for this is Denglish. Try "die Airconditioning" or "babysitten" as examples!

  • ItalianSPOKEN IN: Italy, Switzerland, San Marino
    FLAG: Italy / SPEAKERS: 59,000,000 (0.9% globally)

    85 million people worldwide speak Italian as a mother tongue, including people living in San Marino, Slovenia and Argentina

  • SpanishSPOKEN IN: Spain, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara.
    FLAG: Spain / SPEAKERS: 405,000,000 (6.15% globally)

    By the year 2050, the United States could become the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world

  • NorwegianSPOKEN IN: Norway
    FLAG: Norway / SPEAKERS: 5,000,000 (0.08% globally)

    Are you looking for a new language to learn? You could do far worse than picking Norwegian. It’s relatively easy to pick up, beautiful to speak, and closely related to English in terms of word order.

  • SwedishSPOKEN IN: Sweden, Finland
    FLAG: Sweden / SPEAKERS: 9,200,000 (0.07% globally)

    Swedish is not only the official language of Sweden; it's also one of Finland's official languages

  • DanishSPOKEN IN: Denmark, Germany, Greenland
    FLAG: Denmark / SPEAKERS: 5.6,000,000 (0.88% globally)

    Danish pronunciation can be tough. Don't believe us? Give this one, an actual Danish word, a go: "speciallægepraksisplanlægningsstabiliseringsperiode"!

  • IcelandicSPOKEN IN: Iceland
    FLAG: Iceland / SPEAKERS: 330,000 (0.006% globally)

    Modern Icelandic is the most conservative of the languages in Scandinavia. With three genders and a complex pronoun and verb system, it is perhaps only pronunciation that has changed significantly since Old Norse times.

  • FinnishSPOKEN IN: Finland, Russia, Estonia, Sweden, Norway
    FLAG: Finland / SPEAKERS: 5,000,000 (0.08% globally)

    Think you don't know any Finnish? Think again. The word "sauna" is the most widely used Finnish word in the English language

  • German, French, Italian, RomanshSPOKEN IN: Switzerland
    FLAG: Switzerland / SPEAKERS: 8,100,000 (population)

    German slots new English words into the grammatical system all the time; the term for this is Denglish. Try "die Airconditioning" or "babysitten" as examples!

  • GermanSPOKEN IN: Germany, Austria, Belgium (Eupen-Malmedy), Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy (South Tyrol)
    FLAG: Austria / SPEAKERS: 955,000,000 (14% globally)

    German slots new English words into the grammatical system all the time; the term for this is Denglish. Try "die Airconditioning" or "babysitten" as examples!

  • PolishSPOKEN IN: Poland
    FLAG: Poland / SPEAKERS: 40,000,000 (0.61% globally)

    Polish is one of the hardest languages for native English SPEAKERS to learn, thanks to its pronunciation, complex gender system and seven cases

  • PortugeseSPOKEN IN: Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Säo Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor-Leste, Macau.
    FLAG: Portugal / SPEAKERS: 215,000,000 (3.27% globally)

    The language of Portuguese, the third most widely spoken European language in the world, has its roots in Europe, but the majority of the world’s Portuguese SPEAKERS actually live elsewhere.

  • BulgarianSPOKEN IN: Bulgaria
    FLAG: Bulgaria / SPEAKERS: 6,800,000 (0.11% globally)

    Non-verbal communications here can be very confusing; nodding means "No" and shaking your head means "Yes"!

  • GreekSPOKEN IN: Greece, Cyprus
    FLAG: Greece / SPEAKERS: 12,000,000 (0.18% globally)

    About 12% of the English vocabulary derives from Greek, including a wealth of technical and scientific terms

  • RomanianSPOKEN IN: Romania, Moldova
    FLAG: Romania / SPEAKERS: 24,000,000 (0.37% globally)

    Romanian is the only member of the Romance language family spoken in Eastern Europe

  • HungarianSPOKEN IN: Hungary
    FLAG: Hungary / SPEAKERS: 13,000,000 (0.19% globally)

    You may not have thought it, but Hungarian is the third most melodic language after Italian and Greek. Some beautiful poems are written in Hungarian

  • CzechSPOKEN IN: Czech Republic
    FLAG: Czech / SPEAKERS: 11,000,000 (0.17% globally)

    Another tricky language to master, it's possible to construct entire sentences without using a single vowel

  • SlovakSPOKEN IN: Slovakia, Serbia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Hungary
    FLAG: Slovakia / SPEAKERS: 7,000,000 (0.11% globally)

    As a written language, Slovak didn't exist until the end of the 18th century, when a priest set about creating a Slovak literary language

  • LatvianSPOKEN IN: Latvia
    FLAG: Latvia / SPEAKERS: 1,700,000 (0.03% globally)

    Latvians are fiercely proud of their language, with regular contests held to celebrate its fit and proper usage

  • HebrewSPOKEN IN: Israel, Poland
    FLAG: Hebrew / SPEAKERS: 5,300,000 (0.084% globally)

    You will probably find Hebrew SPEAKERS around the world in regions where there are large Jewish communities e.g. in the USA where there are over 5 million Jews and also in France. Hebrew is also, of course, spoken in Israel.

  • LithuanianSPOKEN IN: Lithuania, Poland, USA
    FLAG: Lithuania / SPEAKERS: 3,000,000 (0.05% globally)

    It is said that Lithuanian sounds like a trickling stream; your mouth muscles will be tested to the extreme with this language!

  • Serbo-CroatianSPOKEN IN: Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo
    FLAG: Serbia / SPEAKERS: 19,000,000 (0.28% globally)

    Serbo-Croatian is distinct from other Slavic languages as a result of its musical pitch. It boasts two rising inflections, one long and one short, and two falling inflections.

  • TurkishSPOKEN IN: Turkey, Northern Cyprus
    FLAG: Turkey / SPEAKERS: 63,000,000 (0.95% globally)

    If you make the effort to learn Turkish (and it will require some effort to learn for English native SPEAKERS!), you’ll find friends in Central Asia, Eastern Europe and Siberia.

  • EstonianSPOKEN IN: Estonia
    FLAG: Estonia / SPEAKERS: 1.2,000,000 (0.025% globally)

    Estonian relies heavily on vowels, perhaps more so than any other European language. A string of vowels needs only a few consonants to make sense

  • RussianSPOKEN IN: Russia, Ukraine, and the Commonwealth of Independent States
    FLAG: Russia / SPEAKERS: 155,000,000 (2.33% globally)

    Russian can be hard to master but there is good news: there are only three tenses and the word order in sentences tends to be predictable

  • UkrainianSPOKEN IN: Ukraine, Hungary, Moldova, Serbia, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Slovakia, Bosnia and Czech Republic
    FLAG: Ukraine / SPEAKERS: 30,000,000 (0.48% globally)

    In the Ukrainian language, most words actually start with the letter "п". Meanwhile, "o" is the most frequently used letter in the whole Ukrainian alphabet.

  • EnglishSPOKEN IN: United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Antigua, The Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts, St Lucia, The Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago
    FLAG: Australia / SPEAKERS: 360,000,000 (5.43% globally)

    At least one quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language

  • EnglishSPOKEN IN: United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Antigua, The Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts, St Lucia, The Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago
    FLAG: USA / SPEAKERS: 360,000,000 (5.43% globally)

    At least one quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language

  • English, FrenchSPOKEN IN: Canada
    FLAG: Canada / SPEAKERS: Pop 35,000,000
    (57% Eng, 21% French, 16% Both)

    Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is the world's second largest French speaking city (Paris tops the list)

    At least one quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language

  • PortugeseSPOKEN IN: Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Säo Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor-Leste and Macau.
    FLAG: Brazil / SPEAKERS: 405,000,000 (6.15% globally)

    The language of Portuguese, the third most widely spoken European language in the world, has its roots in Europe, but the majority of the world’s Portuguese SPEAKERS actually live elsewhere.

  • SpanishSPOKEN IN: Spain, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Equatorial Guinea, and Western Sahara.
    FLAG: Argentina / SPEAKERS: 410,000,000 (6.15% globally)

    By the year 2050, the United States could become the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world

  • VietnameseSPOKEN IN: Vietnam
    FLAG: Vietnam / SPEAKERS: 76,000,000 (1.14% globally)

    Vietnamese has taken influences from several other languages during the course of its long history, most notably, Chinese, French (during colonialism) and English.

  • JapaneseSPOKEN IN: Japan
    FLAG: Japan / SPEAKERS: 125,000,000 (1.9% globally)

    In Japanese, the main verb comes at the end of a sentence, so you really need to pay attention to everything someone says to know if you agree!

  • ChineseSPOKEN IN: China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia
    FLAG: China / SPEAKERS: 955,000,000 (14% globally)

    The Mandarin language has more native SPEAKERS than any other language in the world

  • Bahasa IndonesiaSPOKEN IN: Indonesia
    FLAG: Indonesia / SPEAKERS: 23,000,000 (0.4% globally)

    This became Indonesia’s official language in 1945, primarily due to its simplicity and the fact that it was not aligned with any specific ethnic group in the country.

  • ThaiSPOKEN IN: Thailand
    FLAG: Thailand / SPEAKERS: 56,000,000 (0.85% globally)

    You might not expect this, but word order in Thai has similarities with English. In fact, learning Thai isn’t as hard as you might think; there are no verb or noun endings to contend with as there are in other languages!

  • KoreanSPOKEN IN: North Korea, South Korea
    FLAG: S.Korea / SPEAKERS: 76,000,000 (1.14% globally)

    Funnily enough, Korean shares a few words with English, with other words in addition sounding very similar to some English words. This has happened by pure chance, rather than through any innate connection to the English language

  • HindiSPOKEN IN: India, Nepal, and Fiji
    FLAG: Hindu / SPEAKERS: 310,000,000 (4.7% globally)

    Over 400 million people worldwide speak Hindi as their first language, and many more speak it as a second language. It is the official language of India along with English.

  • UrduSPOKEN IN: India, Pakistan
    FLAG: Urdu / SPEAKERS: 66,000,000 (0.99% globally)

    Around 104 million people around the world, the majority located in Pakistan and India, speak Urdu today

  • ArabicSPOKEN IN: Arab League
    FLAG: Arabic / SPEAKERS: 295,000,000 (4.43% globally)

    It might be hard for English SPEAKERS to understand, but an Arabic speaker from one country might not be able to understand an Arabic speaker from another country at all, even though both are speaking a specific form of Arabic dialect!

  • ChineseSPOKEN IN: China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia
    FLAG: Taiwan / SPEAKERS: 955,000,000 (14% globally)

    Amazingly, about one in five of the world’s population speaks Chinese in some form or other. Mandarin is the official language in China, and has over 800 million SPEAKERS worldwide.

  • EnglishSPOKEN IN: New Zealand
    FLAG: New Zealand / SPEAKERS: 360,000,000 (5.43% globally)

    At least one quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language

  • Afrikaans, English, Northern Sotho, Ndebele, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, ZuluRepublic Of South Africa
    FLAG: South Africa / SPEAKERS: 54,000,000 (population)

    Afrikaans is an official language in the Republic of South Africa and is also spoken by about 1.5 million people in Namibia. Despite preconceptions, almost half of those who speak the language in South Africa are not white.

  • HausaSPOKEN IN: Niger, Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Sudan, Togo
    FLAG: Nigeria / SPEAKERS: 34,000,000 (0.5% globally)

    Hausa is a tone language. This means that pitch differences can change the meaning of any given word, just as much as the use of different consonants and vowels.

  • HindiSPOKEN IN: India, Nepal, and Fiji
    FLAG: India / SPEAKERS: 310,000,000 (4.7% globally)

    Over 400 million people worldwide speak Hindi as their first language, and many more speak it as a second language. It is the official language of India along with English.

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