Leeds-based brand engagement agency, Woven, secure two new clients – Albert Bartlett and Robertson Baxter.
In line with their growth plans, Woven have won two competitive client pitches – for large food producer Albert Bartlett and wealth management firm Robertson Baxter.
For Albert Bartlett, Woven will produce creative strategy and delivery for a long-term upcoming campaign. Whilst for Robertson Baxter, Woven will work across the firm’s entire marketing spectrum as their lead agency.
About Robertson Baxter, Helen Darlington, Woven CEO, said, “They’re a perfect client for us: they cater to high net-worth individuals, they’re ambitious, they’re challenging the industry norms and they genuinely care about delivering the best service to their clients.”
“We’re delighted that Woven are our new marketing partner,” said Stephen Baxter, managing director of Robertson Baxter. “We’re very optimistic about their expertise and ability to support our future growth. They’re honest, professional, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, responsive, pragmatic and down-to-earth, which are so important for us as the foundation for a new relationship. Exciting times ahead!”
Helen had to be a little more tight-lipped about Albert Bartlett: “We can’t say too much about what’s in the pipeline, but we’re delighted our strategic insight and creative delivery impressed such a well-known and trusted brand.”
“As a new client of Woven’s, I’ve been impressed by the team,” said Richard Quinn, managing director of Albert Bartlett. “They’re positive and demonstrate a broad ability to think differently, resulting in ideas that can create different outcomes, influencing and supporting our business’ reach. We were looking for something a little different, which is proving to be the case.”
“Coming to Leeds was a big part of our repositioning as a strategic and creative brand engagement agency,” said Mark Bower, Woven’s managing director. “And winning clients like these is testament both to our brilliant team and our decision to move to this great city.”