Cambridgeshire-based marketing communications consultancy Smye Holland Associates has gained its first client in Russia.
Software from Autonomy Corporation in Cambridge – now an HP company – has found an expressive new canvas in America.
A specialist marcoms company based in Cambridge has become the second East of England company in three months bought by The Scott Partnership to boost its reach into European markets.
Cheshire-based Scott – a B2B public relations agency – has taken Phoenix Marcom, based in Newton near Cambridge UK, for an undisclosed sum.
Phoneix works with clients in the scientific and industrial markets. Its services, cover press and public relations, advertising and marketing, exhibitions and conferences – making creative use of print and electronic media as well as 3-D stands.
It has clients throughout the UK, across mainland Europe and in the US. The agency will operate as a wholly-owned stand-alone business and founder Paul Carter will join The Scott Partnership to support the expansion strategy.
The Scott Partnership’s chief executive Kath Darlington said: “Phoenix Marcom is a strong, established business, with a solid record of scientific, full-service marketing in Europe. The company provides its clients with a broad portfolio of marketing services, and has an impressive customer base.
“Our intention is that Phoenix will remain autonomous, servicing its predominantly European clients, retaining its focus in the Cambridge area, via the existing Phoenix team.”
The Scott Partnership acquired Bedfordshire-based life science PR firm Kapler Communications in July.
Branding and design consultancy Silk Pearce has secured a major Cambridge city centre showcase for its latest work by creating a series of striking site hoardings for CB1.
Having spent almost a decade honing its offering in the cut and thrust of the SME market, Cambridge-based creative advertising, website & graphic design specialist, Brownstone, has reached an inflection point.
The person in charge of one of the most admired global brands will be sharing some inside tips with fellow diners in Cambridge in July.
If you’re wondering whether to make time to tweet your messages to the world or whether mobile marketing should be a part of your marketing plans you may find the answer in Duxford, near Cambridge on July 14.
A Luton company specialising in luxury marketing, partnerships and events for premium brands has established itself in 21 countries around the world in four years and has become a global leader in its field using the support of UK Trade and Investment.
Whether it’s bands or brands, Quite Great Communications in Cambridge is used to making a splash.
Globally, companies spend billions on cultivating an image that they present to the buying public.
Savills has let one of the stand-alone office units on the Cokenach Estate, Barkway, Royston.
A new moviemaking company has secured investment and set up in Cambridgeshire with plans to raise further funding for more ventures.
The first For Your Eyes Only Portraits studio in East Anglia has opened in Chelmsford. The studio offers private boudoir photo shoots suitable for men, women and couples.
Titleist, the number one ball in golf, has teed off a striking new campaign to coincide with the 2010 Ryder Cup, using creative work developed and implemented by leading integrated marketing agency, Ware Anthony Rust.
Silk Pearce has designed a distinctive brand identity and new website to help launch Smiths Row as one of the leading art and craft organisations in the Eastern region.
KISS Communications has been chosen by IMRG, the UK’s leading industry body for global e-retailing, to handle its brand communications.
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