Staffordshire-based 8848 Communications have been appointed by High Green Court to manage their marketing, PR and social media campaigns.
The appointment was made by EDG Property, who asset manage the retail centre, following a competitve pitch process.
Hazel Crawford, managing director of 8848 Communications, said: “We’re extremely excited to be working with High Green Court on developing their marketing, PR and social media campaigns. It’s great to be working with clients close to home and we’ll no doubt use our experience working with other retail clients to put High Green Court back on the map.”
8848 Communications currently works with retail clients such as Telford Shopping Centre and The Cube and furniture retailer, Lee Longlands.
The business, which turns over £2 million and employs 25 people, counts Britain’s biggest housebuilder, Persimmon Homes, as a client, and also boasts a growing portfolio of leading brands including MAN Truck & Bus, The West Brom, The Cube, Volkswagen and Autoglym.
Neil Edginton, a director for EDG Propety said: “We were impressed by the creative ideas brought to the pitch by 8848 and feel confident in their vision for both the short term and long term success of the retail destination.
“These are exciting times for High Green Court and we look forward to working with the team at 8848 Coummications in the months going forward.”