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Aubergine’s future looks sustainable

Aubergines Emma Gardner and Verity Clarke

Aubergine has won a hat-trick of new sustainability-focused clients, bringing in “six figures” in new contracts for the Leeds PR agency.

The new clients are Round Our Way, Be The Future and Foodsteps, and reflect the agency’s aims to further carve a niche in the sustainable space.

Aubergine director and co-founder Emma Gardner said: “Our projected turnover is now set to triple in 2023. We couldn’t be more thrilled to add these brands to our roster. Despite challenging economic times, it’s crucial brands and businesses use their communications to educate the public on their offering so there’s never been a more important time to invest in PR. I think this is one of the main reasons we’ve seen such a surge in new business recently as trustworthy, authentic comms is the best way to cut-through with consumers.”

Aubergine has been working on a wide ranging data-driven project for new non-profit Round Our Way, highlighting the impact climate change is having on British families and working to get more working class voices into the climate debate.

The agency has also been appointed to deliver a clever community stunt and press office for Be The Future, which is unleashing the power of families and educators to rewrite our climate story. Be The Future is creating books, games & activity books for children that burst with hope, wit & playful action.

Foodsteps instantly produces data insights from across the entire life cycle of a food product, analysing data across supply chains including farming, packaging, processing and transport. Aubergine is launching the company’s latest industry report accompanied by thought leadership and press office.

Aubergine uses a crack team of specialist senior freelancers to deliver its work for a raft of sustainability, food, health and tech clients.

Aubergine has substantial PR and social media credentials in these spaces including successful campaigns for Filippo Berio, Hope For the Future, Vitamin Angels UK, WWF and London Food Tech Week.

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