Chorley PR and marketing agency The Write Angle has won a hat-trick of new clients.
Electronics recycling company ShP has hired the agency after a four-way pitch with a brief to raise awareness of its brand nationally and drive sales.
Simon Walsh, sales and marketing director at ShP, said: “The Write Angle quickly grasped our brief and presented us with a creative, well-thought-through proposal. We are looking forward to working with the team.”
Online estate agency Tem-po, which allows sellers to create a website to sell their home, is also looking to enhance its brand awareness, while Preston company Genesis IT is hoping to build its profile in Lancashire through a media relations strategy.
Angela Smith, managing director of The Write Angle, added: “I am delighted by our recent success. It certainly feels like businesses are experiencing renewed confidence in the economy; I believe we are seeing pent-up demand starting to come through as Lancashire companies turn their attentions to growth.”