Agency marks start of year with series of new client wins

Communications agency Jayne Moore Media has landed a number of new clients and several high-profile re-appointments.

The Liverpool agency had an impressive 2018 with 14% year on year growth.

Founded in 2012 by managing director, Jayne Moore, the company is expanding its portfolio after being appointed by Vale & Valley Capital PLC to lead on a major construction project.

And one of the biggest selling British contemporary artists, Mackenzie Thorpe, has commissioned the agency to develop a communications strategy as he marks 30 years as a professional artist.

Other new wins for the firm include developing a full marketing and communications strategy for Xenia Restaurant Group, opening restaurant MCR with celebrated chef Aiden Byrne.

As the Isla Gladstone heads into celebrating its 10th anniversary of reopening, Moore Media is supporting a year of celebration for the iconic Liverpool venue.

Another new client is Bolton-based, Adboards, manufacturers of customised notice-boards and presentation solutions.

The start of the new year also sees Moore Media retain many of its existing clients, with Liverpool BID Company – following its ballot win in the summer securing a fourth term of its Retail & Leisure BID, Cruise Liverpool, Steven A Hunt & Associates, ADHD Foundation, Wilson Henry LLP and Brown Turner Ross, all reappointing the agency for further campaigns in 2019.

Jayne Moore said: “It has been an incredible start to our seventh year, and as we undertake a number of national and international projects, it is so important to reflect with gratitude on our growth and celebrate my team, our partners in the media and our clients who stand shoulder to shoulder in delivering the highest standards of communications that we possibly can.

“Every client has ambition and we fight along with them to deliver on their goals, while working in the real world of change in the media landscape.”

Moore Media also continues to represent the long-term strategic positioning of Royal Albert Dock Liverpool as it gears up to its landmark 175th anniversary in 2021.