B2B Marketing & Communications agency, FIG, has bolstered its Marketing Partner Programme portfolio after being appointed by national Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) & Assistive Technology charity, Ace Centre.
The High Peak (SK13) based integrated agency is working closely with the communication disability charity as it seeks to re-develop its strategic communications plan to showcase the organisation’s impact and grow its reach across the UK.
Ace Centre’s bespoke programme under the partnership will see FIG responsible for all aspects of communications including social media strategy, digital marketing, creative and PR.
Ace Centre Chief Executive, Anna Reeves welcomed the partnership saying :
“FIG has worked with Ace Centre on some of our larger digital projects previously, so bringing their insights and expertise into our wider communications with clients, practitioners in the NHS and education settings and the technology sector in an on-going retained partnership felt a natural way forward for us.
“2019 is shaping up to be an incredibly busy year for us as we extend the impact and reach of our technology and support services across the UK, we were looking for a marketing partner who would understand our sector and provide a service specifically tailored to our needs. It made perfect sense to bring in the integrated professional skills provided at FIG to help us achieve our strategic goals.”
The Ace Centre appointment comes after FIG restructured its service portfolio earlier this year; focusing on B2B PR, Creative Design, Content & Social, Insight & Strategy and Digital Development.
Helen Duncan, managing director at FIG, concludes:
“Our Marketing Partner Programme has grown significantly during this first half of 2019, and the addition of Ace Centre is both exciting and progressive for the team and we can’t wait to get the charity’s important positioning out there.”