Liverpool's Black and Ginger wins three new briefs

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Liverpool creative agency Black and Ginger has picked up new briefs from dash-cam brand Nextbase, Southport BID and NHS Wirral. 

Nextbase, has appointed the agency to develop a new brand identity, which will be rolled out in the new year. 

As part of a separate brief, Black and Ginger has been tasked with creating a national radio advertising campaign to help launch the brand’s new DAB radio adaptor. The campaign runs until the end of December across digital radio stations including Absolute and Jazz FM.    

Southport BID appointed the agency to create its Christmas campaign following a competitive pitch. The campaign, which runs across print and online media during the festive period, features unique pattern work linking to Southport’s most well known attractions including the iconic Promenade and the Botanical Gardens. 

And NHS Wirral has also commissioned Black and Ginger to create two separate pieces of video content. One forms part of a campaign to help take the pressure off the busy Accident and Emergency department at Arrowe Park Hospital by highlighting the range of alternative services available to patients. 

The other uses animation to explain a series of changes that will be taking place at NHS Wirrall and will be unveiled next month. 

Alex Frech, managing director at Black and Ginger, said: “We are thrilled to add such a great mix of new clients to our existing portfolio. As the agency continues to grow, the flexible and approachable nature of the business is becoming increasingly important. 

“We have a great team of talented creatives on board and high quality design is at the heart of everything we do.” 

Black and Ginger was established in 2003. The agency’s clients include ACC Echo Arena, Edge Hill University, Kilner, Hilton and Chester Zoo.