"These new client wins widen our reach into Europe and further afield, which has been a focus for us in the post-Brexit landscape."
Manchester marketing agency Six & Flow is celebrating a recent trio of client wins, bolstering an ever growing portfolio of clients.
New clients include the fintech company Fibonatix, a global payment services provider that has recently established an office in Manchester.
Voice Talent Online also provides worldwide services, offering end-to-end voice over, audio localisation and quality assurance with 1,500 voices available in over 75 languages.
Finally, the Manchester-grown, UK-wide property management and placemaking experts Crowd UK, who provide retail and commercial lettings support, investment advice and tenant services.
“Both Fibonatix and Voice Talent widen our reach into Europe and further afield, which has been a focus for us in the post-Brexit landscape,” explains Richard Wood, Six & Flow’s Managing Director.
“Crowd UK are working at the exciting, sharp end of the property market. Their want for innovation and excellence is exciting to be a part of.”
As Six & Flow’s second birthday approaches this summer, the agency continues to grow. New appointments include account manager Tom Ailes, head of design and development Chris Knowles and social media apprentice Rose Maloney.
“We spent much of 2016 structuring the team to support sustained growth over the coming years. The new additions are very much part of that plan,” says Wood.