Cubo gains place on Crown Commercial Services framework building on its public sector experience

Crown Commercial Services

London based independent creative agency Cubo is celebrating after gaining a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Communication Services framework.

The agency list, which aims to help central government and the wider public sector buy creative and communication services, was recently reviewed to ensure that public sector organisations have access to the best creative expertise and talent across the country.

Drawing on its previous public sector experience gained working on projects for the NHS and also in higher education sector, Cubo won a place on the on the Specialist Consultancy Services and Creative Development & Delivery Frameworks rosters.

Joe Rolls, group account director at Cubo, said: “Being added to the CCS framework is a great accolade for Cubo; it is testament to all the work we’ve done to date particularly around developing our Headspace tool that enables us to take the latest marketing thinking and apply it to brands and businesses in the real world. Helping clients to outsmart their problems is what we thrive on and the appointment to the CCS framework means that we can help a more extensive range of businesses to do just that.”

David Skinner, Crown Commercial Service’s director of corporate solutions, added: “It’s great to see such a wide variety of innovative, exciting and talented agencies are now on the framework, including many small businesses. This will provide public sector bodies with the tailored, specialist and flexible advice they need to develop cutting edge campaigns.”

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