“Following seven years of paths crossing and a year of working closely together on shared projects we recognised that our skill sets compliment one another perfectly, delight clients; who quickly see the benefits derived from the strategic marketing and business development input and a focused results driven approach to design development and digital campaigns,” said Heaton
“We decided that team work delivers the strongest proposition”.
The merger will see the new company based at Dale Street with staffing increasing by four people. Heaton and Liles have agreed to retain the Reform Creative name and the agency will continue to work in and grow sectors including the arts, education and music.
Lauren Liles added: “This is a real opportunity to deliver a truly integrated offer to our target audience. The pace of change in marketing and diversity of communication channels has left many businesses not knowing which way to turn, many in house marketing teams do not have the depth of expertise or resources to maximise their budget and generate a good rate of return.”