Communications Feature — 27 January 2018

A Stoke-on-Trent marketing agency is celebrating a great start to 2018 with a hat-trick of client wins.

Purple Sprout, based at Trentham Business Quarter, has been named official digital media partner for the 2018 UK Corporate Games, which returns to Stoke in June.

Michelle Vorel-Adams, commercial director at the Games, said: “Purple Sprout pride themselves on being able to get messages across and telling engaging, informative, entertaining stories – on or offline, whether it’s a standalone press release or a long-term campaign.  We know they have delivered excellent results for organisations of all sizes and kinds.

“Purple Sprout have a team of highly-skilled professionals that deliver comprehensive marketing solutions that are insightful, relevant, and creative and we are delighted to be working with them to reinforce the exposure of the UK Corporate Games Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire 2018.”

Purple Sprout has also started working with the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub this month to deliver a multi-platform marketing strategy and increase awareness of the Hub’s services.

In addition, the agency has been asked to provide social media management, design and print services, refreshed branding and website services for Newcastle-Under-Lyme-based sports coaching company Ministry4Sport.

Mandy Machin, Communications Manager for Purple Sprout Limited

Mandy Machin, communications manager for Purple Sprout, said: “What a great way to start the year! We were over the moon to be hand-picked as an official media partner for the 2018 UK Corporate Games, and to have another two clients come on board in the space of a few weeks is fantastic news.

“We have worked with Ministry4Sport in the past and look forward to offering them more of our services. Our campaign with the Growth Hub is also off to a brilliant start, and we have already seen an increase in visitors to the website and more businesses seeking information about grant funding.”

Purple Sprout is currently seeking a part-time graphic designer for up to 20 hours per week, with the possibility of the role becoming full-time in the future.

Fore more information email or call 01782 658 524.


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