Birmingham Airport has appointed RBH Creative Communications Agency to produce a range of new marketing collateral.
The appointment will see RBH’s creative team develop a brand video for Birmingham Airport, as well as producing advertising and exhibition stand collateral for the World Routes Conference. Birmingham Airport celebrated its seventeenth consecutive month of record breaking growth in July, with 1.2 million passengers passing through its gates.
Justine Howl, head of communications for Birmingham Airport, said: “RBH have created ideas that will allow us to tell our exciting story in an engaging way to many different stakeholders. Birmingham Airport is going through a very exciting time, with record passenger figures, new airlines and significant long-haul growth, and it’s playing an important part in the success of the region. We feel that the collateral produced by RBH has longevity to reference future developments in a creative way, and will bring all our strengths together to help us attract more business to the airport and wider region.”
Natalie Griffiths, director at RBH, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Birmingham Airport on these projects and as a proud West Midlands-based agency it is a great opportunity to contribute to local economic growth. We can’t wait to build on our relationship with the airport and translate our concepts into assets that they can use to help them continue with their impressive expansion. It is a really exciting time to embark on this journey together.”
RBH’s clients include Certsure, Duck and Cover, Grand Central Birmingham, Jaguar Land Rover, National Hairdressers Federation, Peugeot, Resorts World Birmingham and Wacoal.