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Holdens announces five new client wins across UK and Europe

Ted Holden

Manchester full-service creative agency Holdens has announced five new client wins across its UK and European studios.

Among the recent client wins are visitor attractions business Continuum Attractions; Banner, the UK’s largest schoolwear supplier; HW Group, a global collective of talent acquisition businesses; international start-up Lama Fulfilment and VTEQ, a leader in vehicle testing equipment headquartered in Barcelona.

The agency has partnered with Banner to work on a series of projects, including branding and positioning its uniform range, the design and build of a new website and accompanying direct mail and digital campaigns.

For HW Group, Holdens has delivered brand strategy and a new website for the group and two of the companies within it – HW Global and HW People. Going forward, the agency will continue to work with the group to support its entire marketing and communications output.

Fulfilment and storage start-up Lama has tasked Holdens with creating an exciting go-to-market brand that will disrupt the industry and a website that will act as a platform to attract online retailers looking for a fulfilment partner to help them grow.

VTEQ is working with the agency’s Barcelona studio to design, develop and deliver a 360-degree Augmented Reality (AR) product visualisation app to use as an immersive sales tool across the 70+ countries it operates from.

Finally, the most recent client win for the agency is a rebranding and new e-commerce website project for one of Continuum Attractions’ most prestigious experiences, which will be announced publicly in the coming months. Continuum operates attractions including Yorkshire’s York Chocolate Story and Emmerdale Village Tour and Manchester’s I’m a Celebrity Jungle Challenge and Coronation Street Tour.

The client wins come off the back of more good news for the agency recently after seeing digital marketing campaigns for Harrison St, Link City and Snowdon Mountain Railway shortlisted in three categories at the Prolific North Awards.

Ted Holden, managing director at Holdens, said: “[The new client wins] represent a really diverse mix of clients and projects that we’re looking forward to getting stuck into, and really play into our strengths as a full-service creative agency working with clients across many different sectors. It’s also great to see our Barcelona studio making great strides with a leading Spanish manufacturer and our plans for the rest of this year and next are to continue expanding our operations there, as well as our presence in Berlin and here in the UK.”

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