A brand new digital marketing agency has opened its doors in the former headquarters of the Lancashire Evening Post in Fulwood.Advertisement
DigitalKOG, a Preston based company which specialises in the marketing and creative mix, plans to grow the business even more during 2020.
The former Broughton Printers in Oliver’s Place once printed The Express, Star and the Lancashire Evening Post in the Fulwood building.
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DigitalKOG’s eight-strong team has an impressive background in the
digital sphere and the agency already has an extensive client base.
Steven Ormand, Managing Director for DigitalKOG, said: “DigitalKOG might be a brand new agency, but we have assembled a highly experienced team, with a rich pool of knowledge of the industry, and proven track record of delivering digital and creative excellence for businesses across multiple sectors.
“The team have successfully worked together for many years at our previous agency, so it was a logical step to setup our own dedicated agency. I know that everything we produce for our clients will dovetail together nicely to help raise their profiles and increase our clients’ sales activities.
“We’ve got off to a great start, with a number of our clients reporting a significant growth in sales since partnering with us, and we already have ambitions to expand the team in 2020.”
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DigitalKOG can also count Lakeland Verandahs, decking and fencing specialists, and Access2Care, a private home care agency, located in Nottingham, amongst its growing client roster.