An Expanding Client Portfolio

It’s been an extraordinary summer for the UK, with daily content churned out for the pages of our country’s history books.  But what of business and marketing budgets? It’s been an uncertain time but as an agency we are proud to have had several significant new business wins in the past quarter.  Our results driven approach, strategic thinking and media connections ensures our clients have confidence in our delivery and their ROI.

KitchenAid, a client for almost 20 years, has returned to Wild Card for PR and Social Media support of the launch of their first ever experience store. It’s a global exclusive for the brand and Wild Card could not be more pleased to be amplifying the opening on Wardour Street as KitchenAid’s first out-of-store venture.

Restaurant chain Giraffe has appointed Wild Card to look after its communications campaigns after their sale from Tesco, with the agency hard at work on a campaign to lift the restaurants out of the review http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/anti-inflammatories/ pages and into the mass media.

An Expanding Client Portfolio Post Brexit!

The agency was also thrilled to add Maldon Salt to it’s roster of Social Media clients and will be putting together fresh content generated in house for the brand, coupled with a strong key influencer campaign.

Wild Card is also now managing social and PR for Ergobaby, a baby carrier designed for parents who care about their own bodies as much as their children.  The ergonomically designed sling ensures it’s beneficial for baby and mum.  Wild Card’s “Carry On” campaign for ErgoBaby is all about continuing to do all the things you love, with the addition of your new arrival to your life.

An Expanding Client Portfolio Post Brexit!

Wild West is also delighted to be expanding its leisure and tourism offering with a brand new project for Bristol Harbour Hotel. The new luxury hotel is part of the Harbour Hotels Group that spans a collection of coastal, country and city locations across the UK.

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