Huddersfield marketing and PR agency, KC Communications, continues to experience rapid growth as it welcomes three new clients in the digital health, education and retail sectors.
Coppice Valley Primary School, Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network, and snoozzzy have appointed KC Communications to lead on different aspects of their marketing strategy to assist with their individual ambitions for significant growth in 2020.
Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network (YHAHSN) has retained the agency for a second year, to promote their accelerator programme, Propel@YH via an integrated strategic approach. Propel@YH offers start-up and scale-up companies in the digital health sector with the opportunity to propel their innovative health tech products and services.
Harrogate-based Coppice Valley Primary School, part of the Red Kite Learning Trust, has also appointed KC Communications to lead on raising the profile of the school within the catchment area. Starting with a rebrand to better communicate the school’s values and ethos, other activity includes social media and PR.
Online retailer, snoozzzy, provide weighted blankets designed to offer stress relief for children and adults suffering from conditions including insomnia, anxiety, and autism. KC Communications will be working to increase brand awareness of snooozzzy across social media and PR.
Founder and Managing Director of KC Communications, Katrina Cliffe, said: “We’re delighted to welcome on board Coppice Valley and snooozzzy, and very much look forward to continuing our work with Propel@YH. We look forward to working with the trio to support them in achieving their business goals and to set them up for a successful 2020.”
" Were delighted to welcome on board Coppice Valley and snooozzzy, and very much look forward to continuing our work with PropelYH. We look forward to working with the trio to support them in achiev"
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