Stuff chuffed as new client wins help it mark a dozen years in advertising
Bristol-based advertising, design and digital agency Stuff has celebrated its 12th year of business with some high-profile client successes and new hires.
Stuff, which now employs 12 people, has also strengthened its digital marketing offering through the expansion of its digital team.
The expansion has resulted in the independent agency, based on Gas Ferry Road, strengthening its foothold in its core sectors such as public services and technology, as well as social issue campaigning.
Managing director Jonnie Galvin Wright said: “Our aim in recent years has been to consolidate our existing sector knowledge to deepen our reach and understanding, which is ultimately of benefit to our clients. This has been particularly the case in the pet care, charity and technology sectors.
“We’ve also opened up to new ways of delivering more impact through our social media offering and using content and PR to lead the conversation and open debate.
“These moves have given us the opportunity to attract top talent and we have a fantastic team to take us forward into what will no doubt be an interesting time to be in business.”
Client wins at Stuff over the past six months include new projects from Bristol City Council, global communications company Satellite Solutions Worldwide, private bank Arbuthnot Latham, Bath-based broadband firm Truespeed and pharmaceuticals distributor AAH.
Stuff’s ongoing partnership with Rice PR has also resulted in work with the Department for Education and South West law firm Foot Anstey.
New hires and promotions include Camille Slater, who becomes a senior account executive and Amy Harding, who has joined as a senior account executive.
The digital department, led by digital director Hannah Ackford. has been strengthened with the arrival of digital account manager Alex Glyde and social and content executive Chloe Crockford.
Pictured: Stuff managing director Jonnie Galvin Wright, centre, flanked by Camille Slater, who has been promoted to senior account executive; Alex Glyde, recently appointed digital account manager; Chloe Crockford, recently appointed social and content executive; and Amy Harding, newly appointed account executive