High five for Carrington as agency celebrates new client wins

High five for Carrington as agency celebrates new client wins

The Lincolnshire-based agency has bolstered its client list with well-known names


PR and digital marketing agency Carrington Communications has kicked off 2020 with five new client wins across its full range of services.

Belvin Construction, Doddington Hall & Gardens, Lincoln College and The PharmPet Co have all joined Carrington’s growing list of Lincoln-based clients in the new year, alongside the London-based luxury tailor Adam James Bespoke.

The new work includes PR, SEO, PPC and social media management, and follows a successful third year of trading for the fast-growing team.

Founder of Carrington Communications, Rob Tomkinson, said: “It’s been a great start to the year so far. I’m so pleased that we’re winning new work from such a varied mix of clients, including lots of successful local businesses and organisations – and across the full range of our specialisms too. Fingers crossed for more good news like this during the rest of 2020.

“Of course, winning new clients is just one part of it. Now we’ve got to work hard to build great relationships and deliver brilliant work for them month after month.”

Lincoln College has appointed Carrington as its partner agency to help promote its courses and open days to potential students across the region.

Doddington Hall has rehired the agency after its PR campaign helped it to attract record visitor numbers to its house and gardens over Halloween and Christmas.

The PharmPet Co chose Carrington as its digital marketing partner, with its new ecommerce site launching to the public in March 2020.

And for Nettleham-based Belvin Construction, its new partnership with Carrington is something of a reunion after the two started life in the same business incubator at nearby Bishop Grosseteste University.

Founder of Belvin Construction, Steve Turner, said: “We first met Carrington at BG Futures and, two years on, we’ve crossed paths again. It’s been great to see how much both businesses have grown in such a short period of time and we’re looking forward to working with the team.

“I think the ease with which relationships are built between businesses in Lincolnshire is something that’s unique to this county – there’s a real atmosphere of collaboration and mutual support which runs throughout the business community here.”

Founded in 2016, Carrington now has five full time employees after it welcomed two new faces to the team last autumn. Harriet Hanson joined as digital marketing manager and Leah Benthin joined as junior PR account executive.

In just three years, Carrington has built a client list of more than two dozen SMEs, startups and not-for-profit organisations. These include top 30 UK accountancy firm Duncan & Toplis, and civil engineering firm Minster Group, as well as well-known attractions Lincoln Drill Hall and Revesby Estate.

Visit www.carringtoncommunications.com for more information.

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