December 11 2013 Latest news:
Friday, August 23, 2013
Newly-formed Woodbridge creative agency Lexia is celebrating a successful launch after securing three new PR contracts and further digital commissions in its first two weeks.
The firm, bringing together EADT Suffolk Future50 member Lexia Media and Creative Intent has also sent two new websites live for clients since its formation.
Its PR contract wins finclude Parcelgiants, a new worldwide courier and delivery service which has commissioned Lexia for regional and national work, the EADT’s current Young Businessperson of the Year, Cara Miller from MillerWash, and Sounds Good, a new accreditation body for the acoustic industry.
Website work won includes projects for the Sole Bay Team Ministry and Christopher Bigden Antique Furniture, based in Stowmarket.
Deborah Watson, managing director, said: “The feedback that we’ve had since the launch of Lexia has been incredible.
“Our ‘single door’ solution has caught the attention of a lot of businesses who can see the appeal of having every aspect of their marketing being delivered by one organisation. The two teams have gelled together really well and current clients are already experiencing a more cohesive level of delivery.”
Lexia’s range of services covers web activity, SEO, digital campaigning and application development as well as public relations, media training, event management and marketing.