In a busy couple of months we’ve had multiple award wins, clients short-listed for more awards, web site launches, rebrands, publicity and profile-building.
We have four clients short-listed for seven BIFA Freight Service Awards in January and two of our clients won three awards and a highly commended at last month’s Global Freight Awards in London.
Our managing director, Paul Kelly, was honoured to present the Global Freight Awards, ‘Employer of the Year’ award to one of those clients; Miranda Ioannou, Unsworth’s head of Talent and Branding.
You may already have seen the one-page site and branding created for the courier management system Integro360.com in the Summer, which was followed swiftly by another one-page site, created for PSP Logistics, which can be viewed HERE.
The site may be small, but it’s stuffed full of creativity and powerful messaging, that positions PSP Logistics uniquely and clearly. Attracting visitors and generating active business enquiries, that are being converted into new customers by our client.HERE.
Publicity is an easy and effective way to build your profile and is probably the most credible marketing channel.
Check out Air Cargo Week’s interview with PSP Logistics’ MD, Colin Redman HERE, or see the review of Unsworth’s digital strategy HERE.
A social media campaign has resulted in a client engaging with a prospect at the highest level and attracted the interest of the international press. We’ve just submitted our latest piece on the issue to the Journal of Commerce, entitled “The Oblivion Paradox”. I look forward to sharing after publication.
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