Program welcomes five new clients in just a few weeks
A west country marketing agency is celebrating significant growth having engaged with five new clients in just the course of the past few weeks.
The Exeter and Bristol based Program team is now working with: IT support provider Acronyms, software development company CoreBlue, Plymouth social enterprise Engaged Communities and the multinational hospitality company Accor.
They also provide services for Klarian which utilises innovative technology to monitor pipelines.
The Program team says its new clients ‘reflect its growing expertise for positive impact brands, particularly in the tech and supporting sectors.’
The Heart of the South West LEP, Plymouth Science Park, Great South West Singer Instruments and Timewade are amongst the agency’s other clients.
‘We are thrilled to welcome these new clients to the Program family. Our team’s hard work and dedication have been instrumental in achieving this growth,’ says Caroline Orr, Marketing Director at Program.
‘We look forward to continuing to go above and beyond, delivering exceptional results for all our clients.’
Award winning team
Program’s growth follows the agency’s recent win at the UK Independent Agency Awards, beating national competition to secure Best Purpose Driven Campaign for their Bystander Intervention campaign for the Safer Exeter Partnership.
The campaign, designed to help tackle harassment against women and girls in Exeter, has also been shortlisted for the Best Public Sector Campaign at this year’s CIPR Awards.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ awards are seen as one of the highest achievable accolades in the sector.
‘We believe in the power of marketing to drive positive change, and our recent expansion reaffirms our commitment to making a meaningful difference,’ explains Dan Pritchard, CEO at Program.
‘Our growth is a testament to the team’s dedication to delivering insightful, innovative and impactful marketing, and we look forward to creating more positive results for our clients.’
Program launched a Positive Impact campaign earlier this year which explored the role of South West businesses in being a force for good.
Local business leaders are invited to take part in the Positive Impact Survey, which will feed into an insights report. The report will be launched in Spring 2024 at a Positive Impact Summit at the University of Exeter.
Program is seen as a creative positive impact marketing agency which works with tech, education and infrastructure sectors, including business organisations and government bodies.