Leicestershire-based design and communications agency Creative62, is implementing long awaited expansion plans after securing a number of new client wins in the past twelve months.
The Enderby agency, which develops and implements marketing and communications strategies for small to medium size businesses, saw a 30% growth in the last financial year with similar figures forecast for the current year.
With recent client wins in Glass production, Housing Development, Car Interior Design and Installation, Garden Design, Home Interiors and the Beauty Sector, the company’s sustained growth has given directors Mark Robinson and Andy Rudkin, the confidence to add a further dimension to the business.
With plans to roll-out in-house digital marketing, social media and Public Relations services in the coming months, Creative62 will be able to provide fully responsive, cross platform marketing and communications programmes that complement the agency’s current activities and offer an even more comprehensive range of services to its growing client base.
Mark Robinson, Director, Creative62 said: “After launching Creative62 in the middle of a recession in 2006, the agency has defied the odds and gone from strength to strength. We’ve seen a year on year growth over the ten years we’ve been in business.
“We recognised back then, that so many small and medium enterprises, who couldn’t sustain an in-house marketing department and as such, didn’t have any marketing plan to speak of, were suffering from a lack of direction and exposure, which generally had a negative impact on their businesses.
“Over the years, we’ve developed a customer-focused service that helps organisations understand and embrace what is required to promote their business effectively. Through creative rebranding, targeted campaigns and a complete understanding of our clients’ businesses and sectors, we help clients achieve their long term business goals.
“We always take a common sense approach and are acutely aware of our clients’ budgetary restraints. We are in essence, our clients’ in-house marketing department on the outside.
Mark continued: “As part of our planned expansion in digital and PR capabilities, we will be creating a handful of new job opportunities across the various disciplines and as such, we will begin recruiting shortly. Our aim is to provide an all-encompassing and cross platform service that really works for our clients – whatever their size and budget.
“The East Midlands is a power-house of businesses of varying size and sector and Andy and I feel that the time is now right to push Creative62 to be part of the great things that are happening in the region, and of course, to help our clients to become even greater.
After ten years in business, Creative62 is now focusing on its future with a structured business plan to work towards. With recent investments in appointing an apprentice, rebranding the business and developing their website, together with their digital and PR expansions, the future for Creative62, is a bright one!