Not only have we launched our bold Agency for Change repositioning, but the end of 2013 sees Spring celebrating some big name wins.
Great Yarmouth-based Pasta Foods, which has just announced its acquisition of a secondary manufacturing site that will allow it to increase capacity and take on 50 more staff, has commissioned Spring to create brand assets including identity revamp, an exhibition rig and new website, as it moves into the next exciting stage of its growth.
The National Trust has pulled us in to raise awareness of its presence and activities in Essex: a county in which there are few ‘traditional’ National Trust properties but a wide range of buildings and landscapes that allow the people of Essex space to roam. We will be creating a campaign that takes the National Trust right into people’s lives – and since there were few dry eyes at our first concept presentation, we’re excited about the impact it’s going to have!
The first major project launch for Spring in 2014 will be the new website for Visit Suffolk, which, along with our innovative Take Me To Suffolk campaign, signals some radical progress for tourism marketing as a whole. This project has kept four Springers pretty much full time employed for the last two months, and will be launched with a robust ongoing content marketing programme that promises to give it fantastic reach and effectiveness. It’s a really lovely site, which will be thoroughly enjoyed by Suffolk’s many fans, so we’re excited about launch day!