Expansion for Marketing Agency despite Covid uncertainties

Full Service Marketing Agency Keane Creative has seen both client and employee growth in recent months despite ongoing uncertainties from the pandemic.

The Yorkshire based agency, with a regional and national client base, has recently added to their portfolio with 2 new clients from London and the south of the country.
Following a recommendation from one of their existing clients, Keane were approached by a specialist in perimeter security solutions based in London to support them with their business growth objectives and marketing requirements. With the plethora of agencies in the capital, it was Keane’s experience and straight talking approach that helped secure the contract.

In addition, a high profile Employment Law Consultancy based in Surrey faced challenges brought about by the Covid 19 restrictions and needed to diversify to bring their National ‘Law on Tour’ educational seminars online. Again, despite other options available to them, the company chose Keane to design and develop their new website and provide marketing support to make their business ‘virtual’.

At the beginning of the pandemic it was unclear how Keane’s clients would be affected and, having an ethos of working in partnership with their clients, Keane devoted time and resources to supporting all of their clients in whatever ways were needed. Being flexible enough to deviate from the plans in place, proactively re-aligning objectives and providing free advice and guidance to all of their clients, Keane also used this time to identify their own growth potential and took the bold decision to recruit into the company with the successful appointment of a Digital Marketing Manager – Andy McAteer Joining the full service in-house team at Keane, Andy said
“I’m delighted to be part of the Keane team and bring my knowledge of all things digital to complement the existing skill sets already in place. I’m looking forward to developing the role further and providing quality campaigns and projects for our diverse client range.”

Fiona Keane, MD added “It was a turbulent time and whilst we knew there were, and still are, challenges ahead, we are lucky to be involved in the digital arena where opportunities still exist. We are delighted to be able to welcome Andy to the team, times are certainly changing and it is good to find young, local talent to help grow our clients’ businesses during this difficult time and beyond.
With a degree in PR and Media and practical experience working online in a large Leeds Agency he is an asset to our team.”

With many businesses working more remotely and relying on their digital environment – we are looking forward to supporting all types of businesses nationwide as 2021 starts a fresh new direction for many.