Brass is celebrating a winning start to 2015 by announcing a number of new business wins, as well as achieving the number three spot in the RAR Top 100 Agencies Outside London listing.
The agency has been appointed to handle both integrated and digital campaigns for businesses including Maersk Training, the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding LEP, CITB (Construction Industry Training Board), Husky Retail, Vale Bridgecraft, Evans Property Group, James Grace and Soreen.
“The end of 2014 and the start of 2015 have seen some very exciting times at Brass. We have seen our new business efforts come to fruition with the addition of a number of new clients to the brass portfolio, as well as development and further revenue coming from existing ones.”
Soreen, the leading malt loaf brand, appointed Brass to develop a major partnership promotion for summer 2015. This multi-channel shopper campaign will include an on pack promotion, retail advertising, point of sale, digital and experiential.
Maersk Training has appointed Brass to design and build its new website as well as choosing the agency to handle its UK PR programme.
The York, North Yorkshire & East Riding Enterprise Partnership appointment follows Brass’ development of the award winning Open Harrogate sustainable travel website and App last summer. Targeting over 11,000 small businesses and entrepreneurs across the region, this project will create and brand a new Growth Hub website that will help grow and sustain a vibrant business community and make it easier to access business support services.
The Construction Industry Training Board has added Brass to its creative agency roster following an extensive selection process. Brass is currently working on its first advertising and digital campaign for CITB which will promote a positive image of construction to help attract new talent into the industry, which is forecast to create over 200,000 new jobs in the next 5 years.
Vale Bridgecraft has appointed Brass to design and build its new website.
Evans Property Group has instructed Brass to help develop an identity and build a micro site for an innovative commercial property project launching in 2015.
Husky Retail has chosen Brass to design and build its new consumer focused website as well as to handle the PR for its UK retail division. And finally leading staircase manufacturer James Grace has chosen Brass to handle all its media buying and planning.
“What is particularly pleasing is that the new business wins really play to Brass’ strength as a truly integrated marketing communications agency, seeing new clients use a number of the different services we offer. And being awarded the number three spot on the RAR Top 100 list at the end of last year really is the icing on the cake. I predict a very successful year at Brass and we’re looking forward to adding even more clients with several projects already in the pipeline.