Creative agency celebrates a busy 2016
PUBLISHED: 09:00 04 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:09 04 November 2016
Waterfront-based creative agency Trebuchet continues to whisk up business after a baking hot summer
Great British Bake Off fans at Trebuchet may be wringing out hankies after bidding farewell to their favourite BBC programme, but the integrated creative agency continues to produce showstoppers for its clients.
Over the potentially quieter summer period, Trebuchet won exciting projects from new clients including global brands Sweet’N Low and Penta Hotels. Its regional customer base also grew with accountancy firm Larking Gowen, Supreme Petfoods, Harwich Haven Authority and others signing up.
The waterfront-based agency, which offers a full service across branding, design, strategy and PR, has had its busiest ever summer this year as work continues to come in.
Emma Dinmore, Account Director, commented: “We’re thrilled with our achievements so far this year with reputable clients choosing us to deliver ambitious projects. Businesses of all kinds rely on us – they know our multi-talented team delivers top quality work and outstanding value. Any concerns about the economy have not stopped our clients developing their brands using our creative skills.”
The firm’s PR and Marketing Director, Sue Wilcock, added: “Trebuchet continues to exceed client expectations. In early summer, we delivered an EU Referendum project. Later in the season, we collaborated with Affinity PR on an exclusive VIP launch party and PR campaign for Penta Hotels in Ipswich, which resulted in regional and national media coverage. With the end of the year just a couple of months away, we’re looking forward to seeing which opportunities will come our way in 2017.”
Trebuchet continues to work with long-term clients such as Barnes Construction, Farthing Funerals and Gressingham Duck. The agency also delivered an influential social media campaign for the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, which helped his re-election in May.
Not only that, but the agency provides pro bono support to the Ipswich Suffolk Business Club, where Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson recently spoke, and the Suffolk Philharmonic Orchestra.