Creative agency expands reach to mainland Europe following two recent client wins

Creative agency expands reach to mainland Europe following two recent client wins

Nottingham-based creative agency The Dairy has maintained the momentum which saw the company win three new clients following the UK’s first full lockdown, with the news of two further new partnerships to expand its reach into mainland Europe.

The agency announced the news of new marketing partnerships with construction client Bersahill, fitness brand Fit Pod 25 and Leicester-based British Psychological Society in August of this year after the country saw its first wave of restrictions begin to ease.

Since that time, the team has continued its upward trajectory with the news of two further clients coming on board in the form of Kinder in Not e.V. and market-leading security firm Security Monitoring Centres Ltd (SMC).

Kinder in Not e.V. is based in Germany and the brand name translates to Children in Need - raising vital money for deprived children in the Philippines, Brazil and India. The Dairy has recently completed a full rebrand for the organisation as it looks to modernise its approach and continue to attract vital donations through its various revenue streams.

SMC has committed to partnering with The Dairy on an ongoing basis as the agency provides full-service support to promote business’ fire and intruder monitoring services to its UK-wide customer base. SMC operates across the UK with bases in Australia, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Established in 2002, The Dairy prides itself on its open and honest approach and an ability to deliver full-service marketing solutions for clients under one roof. The team comprises specialists across areas including design, marketing strategy, digital marketing, video, PR and communications. 

For the agency’s Account Director Tom Walters, seeing the company go from strength to strength despite what’s been a tough year for businesses is encouraging, as the team starts to look ahead to 2021.

“Like many small and medium sized businesses, we’ve been keeping a careful eye on the changing landscape and adapting our approach to make sure that we’re here for the long-term,” says Tom.

“We’re a small team but everyone has responded admirably. Our creativity hasn’t faded and we’ve delivered some of the most exciting projects in our history this year despite the restrictions we’ve faced. Adding two reputable, international brands to our client list demonstrates just how hard we’ve worked - remaining true to our values and being here for brands as they look to maintain their own momentum during a period of uncertainty,”

He continues “We’re delighted to welcome Kinder in Not e.V. and SMC on board and we look forward to developing those relationships further over the coming months and years. We’re certainly looking ahead to 2021 with optimism as we banish 2020 to the history books!”

To find out more about The Dairy Creative Agency, visit www.thedairyagency.co.uk. 


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