Nottingham-based digital agency Impression has secured a number of new client wins following a record first quarter for the business including kitchen retailer Magnet Kitchens and sustainable fashion brand, Teemill.
The agency's digital PR team will work with kitchen retailer Magnet Kitchens, while its SEO team will support Amazon-owned international bookseller Book Depository.
Interior design company Abigail Ahern has also appointed Impression to support the growth of its digital presence through both of its organic and paid channels. While the agency's paid media team has also been brought on to increase the online visibility of NRS Healthcare and sustainable fashion brand, Teemill.
Of these wins, Mikey Emery, commercial director at Impression, said: “It’s been a positive, albeit busy, start to 2021 as the first quarter has seen us onboard some very reputable brands. It’s reassuring to see so many businesses enter the new year with optimism, reinvesting in digital marketing and adapting to the rapid shift to digital sped up by the pandemic.
“We’re dedicated to helping our clients be the best at what they do and to enter in to a partnership with so many notable names is a testament to our team who continually use their talent and skill to unlock new opportunities to add value to our clients and their businesses. We’re looking forward to supporting the growth of these brands following a challenging time and we’re excited for the year ahead.”
Impression was recently ranked the seventh-best digital agency in The UK in The Drum’s Digital Agency Census which combines scores from awards and client and peer polls. It has also been shortlisted 12 times in the European Search Awards.
The agency’s growing client roster has been supported with the appointment of seven new hires since January with more joining over the next few weeks. Impression has recently recruited into its SEO, digital PR and paid media teams and is also expanding its client success team as a result of securing new business.