IAS b2b Marketing says that "an aggressive new business drive" has landed the agency seven new contracts with combined fees of £500,000 in the space of two months.
The Cheshire agency's wins include business services provider CEL Group, utility management company Utility Masters and finance industry software and service provider Target Group.
It has also picked up work with bio-decontamination equipment firm Bioquell and building protection products manufacturer Construction Specialists.
And the agency has furthered its relationship with global industrial group Trelleborg. It already handled the account for Trelleborg Marine Systems but has now been briefed to handle the group's Printing Blankets division.
Rob Morrice (pictured), managing director of IAS, said (in typically modest fashion): "We’ve had a great start to 2010, but I’m not surprised by our success. We’re the UK’s number one B2B agency and for B2B brands that want to be the best and work with the best, we’re the obvious choice."