Raft of new business wins for Scottish marketing agency

14/06/2018

Marketing agency, Volpa, has won a raft of new business within the last month, including representing a high profile Hollywood star.
The Perth based agency will be using its full range of services to deliver the work for several new clients, located as far afield as Los Angeles and Bolton.

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Mad Men star and comedian Allan Havey, based in Los Angeles, will be performing at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the first time. An accomplished film and TV actor, he has worked with Hollywood stars including Richard Gere, Will Smith and Matt Damon. Volpa will be representing him and promoting his one man stand up show in the run up to and during the festival.
Bolton based software developer Nisyst has called on Volpa to become its outsourced marketing department. A specialist in charity and retail EPOS systems and cyber security, Volpa will be responsible for developing the company’s marketing strategy, undertaking all their digital and creative work and raising their profile through public relations.
Two Scottish charities have chosen Volpa to help them promote the work they do. Euan’s Guide, a charity based in Edinburgh, produces a guide featuring disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families. Volpa will be responsible for launching the guide in Fife as well as boosting the profile of the guide in Dundee. The David Livingstone Trust, based in Blantyre, Glasgow, is a charity which exists to maintain missionary and anti-slavery advocate David Livingstone’s birthplace as a cultural destination, where people can learn and be inspired by his life and legacy. Using lottery funding, Volpa will be working with the Trust to rebrand the charity and relaunch the David Livingstone Centre, when refurbishment on the building is fully complete.
Volpa will also be working on projects for the Scottish Business Resilience Centre, Stirling and for retailer Marshall’s Garden Machinery, based in Dunning, Perthshire. Volpa has just completed work on new branding and website for Dog Friendly Perthshire, a campaign to promote Perthshire as the dog friendly capital of Scotland.
Tricia Fox, CEO of Volpa, commented: “We are obviously delighted to have won such a large amount of new business in a relatively short space of time. It goes to show that our work to date is being recognised not just within Perthshire or Scotland, but further afield in England and in the United States! We are especially excited to be representing Allan Havey in his new stand up show at the Fringe Festival and wish him all the best for his first show in Edinburgh. There is such a diversity in the organisations that have approached us for marketing support, which reflects our ability to provide excellent marketing solutions as a ‘one stop shop’ no matter who the client or subject matter or brief.”
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