Typhoo Tea has commissioned Bradley.tv to create a new TV campaign that débuts on 22 May and which features the adventurer and broadcaster Ben Fogle with a soundtrack from Girls Aloud.
Independent production house Bradley.tv operates from its main base in central Leeds with additional resource in London. The company offers a growing range of production services, from ‘traditional’ media production and digital post production to originating creative and developing content campaigns.
Typhoo’s relationship with Fogle began in 2011.
Keith Packer, CEO at Typhoo which is head-quartered at Moreton on the Wirral, said: “We are really excited about the new campaign. The addition of the Girls Aloud track makes them really catchy and featuring Ben and Marina Fogle is sure to help develop the family theme that our previous campaign started.”
Nick Bradley, director at Bradley.tv, said: “This year we’ve seen a big increase in TV advert production enquiries from agencies and direct from brands. We’re ideally positioned to handle this with all the creative, crew, equipment and skill-sets in-house. The formula keeps costs low and creativity high.”