Agency round-up: Impression; Adtrak
Nottingham-based digital agency Impression has announced a number of new client wins following a record first quarter for the business.
Amazon-owned international bookseller Book Depository will be working with the agency’s SEO team and its digital PR team will be working with kitchen retailer Magnet Kitchens. Interior design company Abigail Ahern has appointed Impression to support the growth of its digital presence through both organic and paid channels.
NRS Healthcare and sustainable fashion brand, Teemill, will be working with the agency’s paid media team to increase their visibility online.
Mikey Emery, commercial director at Impression, said: “It’s been a positive, albeit busy, start to 2021 as the first quarter has seen us onboard some very reputable brands. It’s reassuring to see so many businesses enter the new year with optimism, reinvesting in digital marketing and adapting to the rapid shift to digital sped up by the pandemic.”
Nottingham digital marketing agencies, Adtrak, have been awarded third place in the Top 50 Client-Rated UK Agencies in The Drum’s annual awards.
The Drum received over 700 responses from clients of agencies across the country, rating agencies on features including value for money, quality of work and how likely they were to recommend the agency to other companies.
George Musson, head of marketing Strategy at Adtrak, said: “It is a great honour to have been recognised for this amazing accomplishment, especially after what has been such a difficult year for our staff and our clients. We aim to put our clients at the heart of our services, so we are very proud to have achieved third place in the UK based on customer feedback.
“Well done to every single Adtrak employee for the hard work that they have put in day in and day out and the positive relationships they have built, and a big thank you to our clients for recommending us.”
Other agencies from East Midlands that made the top 100 include Fifteen and Impression