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Sheffield agency counts Elton John AIDS Foundation among new client wins

Elton John performs at Saks in 2022, courtesy Elton John AIDS Foundation

Specialist social media agency Little Mesters has taken on a raft of new clients, including an internationally-renowned charity.

The Sheffield-based agency, which creates and executes organic and paid social media strategies for a spectrum of businesses, has added international charity Elton John Aids Foundation and stairs manufacturer Jackson Woodturners to its roster. The agency is also working in partnership with Don’t Cry Wolf on a number of social media projects in the female health and leadership industries.

Across all accounts, Little Mesters will conduct full social media audits and strategy setting, before delivering ongoing social content.

Little Mesters has also started supporting Ant Marketing with content creation, aimed at highlighting the firm’s strong steel-city presence. Several existing clients, including specialist weighing firm Weightron, have also expanded their contracts for the coming year.

Tom Scott, Little Mester’s founder in 2020 and ‘head mester,’ said: “Our specialism is the discipline and knowledge that we have as social storytellers. We adapt those same specialist skills to work with a range of fantastic businesses and brands, concentrating on delivering tangible results time and time again. We love what we do and I believe that shines through in the results we can share for each and every campaign.”

In the last year, Little Mesters has increased its client base to more than 20 social media ‘mesters.’ The agency’s services range from auditing social media and devising strategies for clients to execute themselves to building targeted campaigns and creating impactful content.

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