Manchester-based integrated B2B agency Move Marketing is celebrating a raft of new client wins, including its first ever overseas client, at the end of a year of record growth and turnover. Move recently won best Small Integrated Agency of the Year (up to 29 employees) 2019 at the Prolific North Awards, with the judges commenting that “Move are a small Manchester agency who are making waves internationally”.
New business wins this spring/summer are Delta Scientific, SSE, Ionic Information and AZoNetwork. Delta Scientific distributes high quality lab products such as chemicals, consumables and equipment across Canada and the USA. SSE Energy Solutions is the business-focused division of the blue chip SSE Group, one of the UK’s leading “big six” energy companies. Ionic Information is a leading provider of specialist financial software to the UK’s professional investment sector while AZoNetwork is a global information provider and platform for scientists, engineers, technologists and researchers.
Move has already begun providing a range of solutions for all of these new clients including fully integrated multi-channel campaigns for Delta and Ionic.
Alex Cairns, Managing Director at Move, said “These new client wins come at a time of rapid growth for Move and demonstrate the real breadth of our B2B expertise with sectors as diverse as science, technology and energy. The acquisition of our first overseas client (Delta Scientific, based in Canada) is a particular highlight as it proves that geography is no longer a boundary in this digital age – even a small Manchester agency can punch above its weight on a global stage and build an international client base. Good B2B marketing translates into any language and we already have extensive experience of running multilingual campaigns in all corners of the world for our UK clients so this is a natural next step for us”.
The agency, which has offices in Manchester and Cambridge, is currently looking to add a graphic designer and a digital marketing executive to the team in its Manchester office.