Sheffield digital marketing agency wins trio of new clients including historic city football club
A recently-launched Sheffield digital marketing agency has landed three new clients and expanded its team.
Little Mesters, based at Globe Works in Kelham Island, has won contracts with Sheffield FC Jessica Flinn Jewellery and Sheffield Steel Rings in the first two months of 2021, taking its client roster to 11.
The company will deliver social, email marketing and digital advertising strategies and projects for Sheffield FC - the world’s oldest football club - as it launches its new website.
Briefs for Jessica Flinn Jewellery and Sheffield Steel Rings span pay-per-click (PPC) online marketing, social media advertising, copywriting and creative work.
The agency’s nationwide portfolio includes Birds Eye Food Services and drinks brand Baijiu Society.
Little Mesters has also hired Becky MacTaggart as Social Mester and Charlotte Scott as Operations Mester. Both will project manage the agency’s expanding portfolio, alongside freelance support.
Founded by Head Mester Tom Scott last August and proud of its Sheffield heritage, Little Mesters is assembling a team of freelance experts to craft bespoke digital projects and strategies.
Little Mesters has started working with several more freelancers across PPC, copywriting, online search engine optimisation (SEO), PR and photography disciplines to build further on its bank of experts.
Tom Scott said: “Establishing an agency has been a huge learning curve but I am pleased to see how our model of providing flexible, expert and bespoke digital marketing services has supported our clients to achieve their objectives.
“I’m delighted to be working with such a range of credible businesses and am thrilled to win three new contracts in the first couple of months of 2021.
“When I launched Little Mesters, I had a vision to execute and deliver honest, creative and result-driven services for all budgets while embracing collaboration and striving for excellence.
“We have scaled up quickly in the first seven months and I’m delighted to welcome Becky and Charlotte to the team to add expert skills in-house alongside our expanding freelance network to prepare for further growth this year.”
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