New clients help agency to keep growing

PUBLISHED: 16:50 12 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:51 12 June 2017

Alex Tosh, managing director of Creative Sponge. Picture: Creative Sponge.

Alex Tosh, managing director of Creative Sponge. Picture: Creative Sponge.

Creative Sponge

Anglian Water, Jarrold Training and NWES are among the new clients of a marketing agency which continues to grow.

Norwich-based business Creative Sponge has also won a contract with healthy snack brand Pumpkin Tree Organics to design its website, which will have to cater for both the UK and US markets. The firm, which employs 15 people, has launched websites for Norfolk attractions Banham Zoo, Africa Alive and the Dinosaur Adventure Park this year, as well as enterprise agency NWES and Jarrold Training.

It is carrying out branding work for Whitlingham Adventure and Holt Hall and a re-brand for Premier Education Group.

Creative Sponge, which had a turnover of around £1m for 2016, is working on two projects for its newest client, Anglian Water, including an installation to mark the first students to graduate from the Anglian Water sponsored Greater Peterborough University Technical College.

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